Voyager of the Seas Review

Happy, relaxing holiday to the Med

Review for the Western Mediterranean Cruise on Voyager of the Seas
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First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Jun 2010
Cabin: Oceanview Stateroom

Our cruise was from Sunday the 13 of June 2010. Our taxi cost €35 with tip from the Airport to the Port and took 20 minutes. We saw the Voyager from the plane, because we flew over the port before we landed.

The check-in was speedy, the porters took our luggage immediately once we approached the gate, as we had already put the tags on our luggage at the airport. We checked in half an hour before the scheduled check-in time. After the check-in we received our SeaPass Cards (you can check your account in your cabin, on the TV screen). Right next to the check-in desks, there is an area where we ordered our water package (we were told, that we are not allowed to bring water to the ship), they were delivered to the cabin the next day. Within 5 metres we saw bottled water in the Duty Free shop and the shop-assistant said, we can take them to the cabin(!) A little confusing.

The cabin was ready at 1 p.m., we were in by 1.15 p.m. Until then we had lunch in the Windjammer. The food was OK. We went there again about 5 o`clock, but now we were sitting in the Island Grill at the back of the ship by the window. We think the selection is slightly superior here. The chicken was really delicious. The staff take the dirty plates away quite quickly.

Cabin Review

Oceanview Stateroom

Our cabin was an outside cabin, on Deck 2, Category "I", which is big enough and well equipped. There are lots of hangers in the wardrobe and little storage places hiding where you don`t expect them.

It was quiet, no noise from the neighbourhood.

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