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Canada & New England Voyager of the Seas Canada & New England Cruise Reviews

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Voyager of the Seas - Canada/New England

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Arrow Pilot
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

My wife and I took a 5 night cruise out of Bayonne, NJ bound for Canada. I had always wanted to see the Bay of Fundy, with its 40 foot tidal drop in a matter of hours. Our stops were in St. John, NB, and Halifax, NS. The embarkation was smooth as silk. On a clear, cool night, pulling out of the berth and heading out to sea while passing under the Verrazano Bridge was magic. The ship was big, and ...
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Sail Date: June 2005


Voyager of the Seas - Canada/New England

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seadreamin'
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

Let's start out by saying how nice it was to drive to the port rather than dealing with flight plans. We arrived at Cape Liberty at 4:30pm and we went right through the arrival lines. We were in our cabin on deck 8 in record time. We joked that we were probably in our cabin before our "ride to the port" was back on the Turnpike. They have the system down and move you right through. A great way to ...
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Sail Date: October 2004

Cabin Type: Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony


Voyager of the Seas - Canada/New England

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JerryWistrom
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

This is going to be a LONG review, and the reason is that we got so much from the Cruise Critic Member Reviews that we really want to share everything about the cruise that may be of interest to you. BAYONNE: If you're going to park your car for the week - get in the right hand lane. The left TWO lanes are for dropping luggage and passengers. Stay right and you'll be directed into the parking ...
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Sail Date: September 2004

Cabin Type: Interior Stateroom


Voyager of the Seas - Canada/New England

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Paul
First Time Cruiser

This was our first cruise, so I don't have anything to compare to, but this ship is really fabulous. The artwork is astounding. It's integrated into the entire ship. Even the staterooms have limited edition signed and numbered prints! We enjoyed walking around and exploring all the various public areas. As some have stated, you take your chances with the Canadian weather, but I think we lucked ...
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Sail Date: September 2004


Voyager of the Seas - Canada/New England

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hopegirl33
First Time Cruiser • Age 40s

Introduction/Who we are: I must begin our review by thanking all the reviewers who came before us. Your suggestions really helped us!! After reading all the reviews, we felt very much at home once on the ship! You should know that all of our comments and suggestions are just that—suggestions—the following is our opinion based upon our individual experience aboard the ship and clearly this will ...
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Sail Date: August 2004

Cabin Type: Interior Stateroom


Voyager of the Seas - Canada/New England

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Lawnquilt
First Time Cruiser

I was the instructor for quilting on this cruise. My husband and daughter accompanied me. We had 20 quilters in our group plus us. I can't say enough good things about RCCL and this ship. Embarkation (even though ship was 2 hours late getting in) was easy and quick. Terminal was air conditioned and CLEAN. Parking not a problem. They had complementary snacks and a band for your wait to board. ...
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Sail Date: August 2004

Traveled with children


Voyager of the Seas - Canada/New England

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travellady
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

Arrived at the ship about 7 PM by taxi. There was a slight line waiting to get on the buses to take us to check-in but all moved quickly. We were on the ship by 7:30 and immediately went to dinner in the dining room. First night dinner we were seated at a table next to our regularly assigned as they weren't adhering to strict seating times. Food was good, we were served quickly. In fact, we were ...
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Sail Date: August 2004

Traveled with children


Voyager of the Seas - Canada/New England

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nycguy
First Time Cruiser • Age 80s

Cape Liberty (Bayonne NJ) is a new port for cruise lines and upon arrival we were welcomed by 1.5 hours of traffic backed up by cars, vans, taxis, and limos picking up guests from the previous cruise (it was 2pm - SIX hours after the previous cruise had arrived). My sixth RCCL (I am now a Diamond member) cruise and having just gotten back from sister ship Adventure of the Seas in February, I was ...
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Sail Date: July 2004


Voyager of the Seas - Canada/New England

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CruiseKatarina
First Time Cruiser

The 5-day sailing on the Voyager of the Seas from Bayonne, NJ, to St. John and Halifax was very enjoyable. The weather was chilly and extremely windy throughout the cruise (even in July), so this is not the right destination for someone who really looks forward to lounging around by the pool and wearing light summer clothing. I travelled with my husband and this was our 3rd cruise. We combined a ...
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Sail Date: July 2004

Cabin Type: Junior Suite


Voyager of the Seas - Canada/New England

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Dave King
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

Don't let the Embarkation and Destination confuse you. We sailed out of Bayonne, NJ and went to St. Johns & Halifax. The new RCCL terminal was very nice, however, the traffic pattern is a slight problem. First you go around one of the Old Warehouses, following the line of cars. Get to the Cruise terminal and drop off your luggage and passengers, I sailed with my wife and granddaughter. The you go ...
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Sail Date: June 2004

Traveled with children


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