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Voyager of the Seas Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Voyager of the Seas - Southern Caribbean

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First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Oct 2004
Cabin: Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
Traveled with children

I just disembarked from the VOYAGER OF THE SEAS a few days ago. The 8-day cruise began on October 22, 2004 from the new Royal Caribbean terminal in Bayonne, NJ (Cape Liberty) and ending in Miami. In between were only two ports, Labadee, Haiti (RCI's private beach) and Aruba. We also spent 3-days in NY prior to the cruise which was a lot of fun. I had the pleasure of meeting up in the Village with a fellow ship enthusiast who frequents the cruise boards as well a wonderful friend whom I met onboard QM2 in May.

It's been almost five years since I've sailed on a Voyager Class ship, and in fact it was VOYAGER OF THE SEAS when she was only a few months old. I was impressed with the ship back then and wrote a review at the time. You can read it from this link if you like. http://www.sealetter.com/Mar-00/voy1900.html

So how is VOYAGER holding up five years later? I would say very well! The ship itself is truly stunning and I'm once again convinced the Voyager Class is the best thing sailing in the contemporary 7-day market. Nothing really compares from a hardware perspective, not even QM2. I bring up QM2 only because she was my last cruise and because she overtook the "world's largest" title from the Voyager Class. VOYAGER's overall design, quality of materials, art, amenities, innovations, layout, etc. are truly unmatched. I'll even go as far to suggest that VOYAGER offers an overall superior design to QM2. VOYAGER just works, and very well. I still prefer QM2 overall, but only because I'm enamored by her "ocean liner" feel, quirky qualities, uniqueness, and spaciousness. Of course QM2 is designed for the luxury market as opposed to mass-market, so the fact I can even compare VOYAGER to QM2 speaks very highly of VOYAGER.

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Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony

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