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Singapore to Australia & New Zealand Royal Caribbean Cruise Reviews

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Pleasant is not enough for a "Royal" cruise

Review for Voyager of the Seas to Australia & New Zealand

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leo27

6-10 Cruises

Age 70s

It went wrong with the check in counter at the terminal of Marine Bay Cruise Terminal in Singapore. Before that awful experience everything went smooth. It was my wife’s Australian visa, although GRANTED, that caused the uproar. She is Filipina, a flight attended for 33 years with Cathay Pacific, and applied on line for an Australian Visa, which was granted within 3 days. The ...
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Sail Date: November 2019

Cabin Type: Interior


Lost Luggage

Review for Voyager of the Seas to Australia & New Zealand

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Francesca3

10+ Cruises

Age 50s

Hi, I'm an experienced cruiser, but have never sailed with Royal Caribbean. My Mum (75)and I flew from Heathrow to Singapore, stayed overnight, and joined the voyager of the seas for the trip of a life time visiting Australia. We checked in our 2 cases, with full information stapled to handles, confirming we were on the voyager, as the Quantum of the seas was birthed beside. We ...
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Sail Date: November 2019


Singapore to Sydney - what a disappointment

Review for Voyager of the Seas to Australia & New Zealand

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wheelie2282

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

We have sailed only once previously with RC on Ovation of the seas, from Sydney to New Zealand and back to Sydney, and had a great time so we decided to try the newly renovated Voyager of the Seas. No complaints whatsoever. What a disappointment this cruise was. The check in at Singapore was extremely unorganised. There are only two sets of elevators which for a ship of this size is ...
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Sail Date: November 2019

Traveled with disabled person


Very disappointed by handling of docking in Darwin

Review for Voyager of the Seas to Australia & New Zealand

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Merwi

2-5 Cruises

Age 60s

One of the reasons we chose this cruise is that we had never been to Darwin. Well. we still haven't! The Exit deck was changed from Deck 1 (as was widely advertised) to deck 4, and the ramp provided was incredibly steep. I hired a scooter for the express purpose of seeing Darwin, but it would not have been safe to take it down the incline, nor would I have been able to ride it back up. ...
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Sail Date: November 2019

Cabin Type: Ocean View Balcony

Traveled with disabled person


Most boring cruise I have ever been on

Review for Ovation of the Seas to Australia & New Zealand

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jks79

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

I boarded the Ovation in Singapore as the 2nd half of a land and sea package - Nepal then onto Singapore for a cruise back to Australia. I actually got off the ship in Adelaide yesterday instead of continuing onto Sydney. In addition two lots of people near my cabin got off in Perth, they had paid to cruise to Sydney, I think this says a lot. This was my fourth trip with RCCL and it will be ...
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Sail Date: October 2018

Cabin Type: Studio Ocean View Balcony


Terrible room and no consideration of complaints

Review for Ovation of the Seas to Australia & New Zealand

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Finick U Lar

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

We chose this cruise as it was part of a package through eCruising and it sailed into Sydney from Singapore. From the beginning of the cruise tthings did not go well. The organisation (transfers) to the port were poorly organised. This is not Royal Caribbean’s fault but Ecruising’s . We waited at a very crowded port with no drinks, food and inadequate seating for several hours and were not ...
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Sail Date: October 2018

Cabin Type: Ocean View Balcony


Large modern ship with pizzazz, but is disjointed.

Review for Ovation of the Seas to Australia & New Zealand

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spy53

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

The Ovation is a large modern ship with numerous activities built in. All over the ship there are things to do, or that's how it might seem. The ship appears to have everything a cruiser would want. It has the usual RCI flow rider, rockwall (poor), many pools, Spas(Whirlpools) and a wonderful Solarium as well as the Seaplex, a marvelous area in which nearly every active sport is played ...
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Sail Date: November 2017

Cabin Type: Superior Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony


Nice new ship,good service but food needs improving

Review for Ovation of the Seas to Australia & New Zealand

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robb s

10+ Cruises

Age 50s

the ship is new and has some quirky new features (bionic bar, the big arm that takes you into the air high above the ship by the way this is free) but they still allow smoking on the pool deck near the centre pools and kids area which most passengers cannot believe as you have to walk through this stinking area to get to the wind jammers if you are coming from the front of the ship, RCCL should ...
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Sail Date: November 2017

Cabin Type: Large Ocean View Stateroom

Traveled with disabled person


Beautiful ship with a few issues

Review for Ovation of the Seas to Australia & New Zealand

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kbezza

6-10 Cruises

Age 40s

A family of 4, 2 Adults & 2 kids, we boarded in Singapore for a 14 night cruise to Sydney. The first 5 days between Singapore and Perth were defiantly the best leg of the journey. The weather was lovely and allowed us to explore the ship and enjoy the activities. There were many pros and cons for this cruise but the pros did out weigh the cons. Pros: * Our cabin (cat D1) was lovely and ...
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Sail Date: November 2017

Cabin Type: Superior Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony

Traveled with children


Good ship and cruise, but with a couple of negatives

Review for Ovation of the Seas to Australia & New Zealand

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Johnny Red Tip

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

The ship itself is good, well laid out with plenty of bars and places to relax both in and out of the sun. One criticism of this aspect though – the large Solarium (the adults only area) is entirely enclosed, so if you want to sit in the sun in peace and quiet you can’t (unless some of the glass panels are retractable). The cabin (deck 6, balcony) seemed a trifle narrower than usual, but it was ...
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Sail Date: November 2017

Cabin Type: Deluxe Obstructed Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony


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