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Voyager of the Seas Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Very Disappointed in RCCL's Voyager of the Seas

Review for Voyager of the Seas to the South Pacific
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Dibochet
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Feb 2020
Cabin: Interior

My wife and I choose our cruises based on their destinations and have cruised since 1983 on many RCCL ships, as well as other cruise lines. The Radiance class are my favorite sized ships and the Serenade of the Seas is my favorite in this RCCL class. We had cruised on Explorer of the Seas a few years ago and thought that the Voyager wouldn't be any worse. I was badly mistaken. We booked this 14 day South Seas Island cruise and a back to back 6 night cruise to Tasmania a year ago.

We have diamond status with RCCL so we get expedited embarkation which was excellent.

When we entered the passageway on deck six heading for our stateroom, we couldn't help but notice that the carpeting was wet and the space smelled of sewerage and sewer gas. The crew worked daily to address the foul smell issue. When we got to our inside room we found that the Voyager had decreased the size of the room and took away the coffee table and reduced the closet storage. To get into bed we had to crawl from the foot because there was no room between the TV and side of the bed.

Cabin Review

Interior

The cabin was very small to previous RCCL interior cabins. Our stateroom attendant was excellent.

Port Reviews

Sydney (Australia)

On this cruise we just flew in and went to the ship.

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