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Voyager of the Seas Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Review for Voyager of the Seas to the Eastern Mediterranean
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Sail Date: Oct 2011
Cabin: Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony

Thoroughly enjoyed this cruise after the total nightmare of booking onto the ship. The Royal Caribbean Rep. at Venice airport didn't know her left from her right and sent us to the wrong area at first but we eventually found our transfer coach amongst total chaos. When we arrived at the Port the experience was no better, it was again total chaos which didn't improve until we actually got to the check-in desk. There seemed to be a total lack of communication. Once on the ship though things improved and we were shown to our cabin which was a D2 and very nice. However, when I looked into the bathroom the toilet looked as though it hadn't been cleaned so I immediately rang Housekeeping and they replaced the toilet seat within half an hour!! We then got phone calls for the next 3 days asking us if the toilet seat had been replaced, I answered each time but the message did not seem to get through. Eventually, on the 4th day we received free shuttle boat tickets to Venice with an apology and a hope that the inconvenience hadn't spoilt our cruise!

We found the ship to be bigger than any we had cruised on before as we have done one Princess Cruise but the rest have been Thompson"s. I was impressed with the shows and the Theatres, there was never a problem getting a seat and the Ice show was particularly good, with the girl who did the hula hoops (can't remember her name),stealing the show. The food was excellent.we never had a bad meal, we didn't try the Speciality Restaurants as we were quite satisfied with the Magic Flute restaurant. We had My Time Dining but we ate at the same time each night as this suited us. The only complaint was on the first night when they offered us bottled water only and we paid about 8 dollars for a bottle, we asked for tap water after that.

The port of Koper was within walking distance of the ship and it was a very nice little town to walk around. There was a sort of Market there also.

Cabin Review

Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony

Cabin D2

Ample space, fair sized balcony although would have liked a sun-bed for the day at sea. Bed very comfortable and a fair size. Ample wardrobe space. The bathroom had a shower but no bath but this was acceptable for us. Quiet location. Think that some people were smoking on their balcony even though it was a "No Smoking" area as we could smell it at times but it wasn't too much of an inconvenience.

Port Reviews

Bari

We took the Land Train which,in hindsight was a mistake as the Old Town is the best part and we would have had more time to walk around independently although we were given the option at the end of the trip to stay in the Old Town.The Guide on the Land Train took us to see some women making pasta but we were unable to sample it as promised as it was siesta time.

Dubrovnik

Went to Dubrovnik on the Shuttle bus which cost 14 dollars. Went on the Chair Lift which is quite new. It's a bit of a walk up to the chair lift and the lift was quite crowded but the views are amazing once at the top.

We sat and had a snack in a good position overlooking Dubrovnik Old Town. I also have very fond memories of leaving the Port as the sun was setting and the whole scene was magical.

Venice

The weather was awful in Venice which spoilt it a bit but we had been there before so it wasn't so disappointing. Would have liked to go on a Gondola but the water was quite rough so we saved our money as they are quite expensive. We walked around St Marc;'s square and Rialto Bridge and took in the atmosphere. We took the Shuttle Water Boat there and back.

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