Voyager of the Seas Review

Baltic sailing finally happened

Review for the Baltic Sea Cruise on Voyager of the Seas
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Esever
6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Jun 2022

Originally planned this cruise for a 2020 sailing, finally happened in 2022. Not disapointed at all. Ship was 1400 guests which was 40% full. Never had to wait for really anything. Were on board in stockholm bu 10:30, the stress of pre cruise testing is real, but we made it. This was our first European cruise, very port intensive. The crew all wore masks and cleaned constantly, but were all very friendly and helpful. Our cabin was 1154 a junior suite that was converted from something else. Not as big as normal jr suites but the balcony was HUGE, as big as the room. So we were ok with the trade off. Ate in the mdr each night. VERY happy with service and food quality I would rank all the ports as very good, here is my rankings from high to low.

1. Talin, estonia

2. Klaipeda, lithuania

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