183 Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas South Pacific Cruise Reviews

Saw a last minute deal inside cabin and convinced my wife. 2nd time cruises. 50s couple. The Voyager is aging yet still a fine ship. Adult pool Solarium area and gym sauna and steam very good. Food and restaurants and service very good. ... Read More
Saw a last minute deal inside cabin and convinced my wife. 2nd time cruises. 50s couple. The Voyager is aging yet still a fine ship. Adult pool Solarium area and gym sauna and steam very good. Food and restaurants and service very good. Great value for 7 days. Had the dining package...worth it and you get 40% off wine bottles. Visited Isle of Pines...brilliant. Neumea OK took the hop on hop off bus to Anse Vata beach and hung out for lunch at Le Meridian (stayed before). The Sapphire dining room and service was great. Drinks are expensive without the drinks package yet don't drink that much outside wine with dinner...very good wine list. Enjoyed the theatre entertainment and singers and band. The ice scating show was very good.They had new movies playing in the evening which was great. All in all we had a great time and would do RCL again. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
We chose this cruise because we wanted to experience and compare it to Celebrity cruise line. No quiet areas to escape the noise, curfew for children was midnight...arghh. Kettle in the room was good, especially as coffee was pretty ... Read More
We chose this cruise because we wanted to experience and compare it to Celebrity cruise line. No quiet areas to escape the noise, curfew for children was midnight...arghh. Kettle in the room was good, especially as coffee was pretty rubbish even if purchased. You’ll need to request coffee sachets as they’re not provided routinely. Unfortunately it’s the cyclone season in March so it was rough, with a diversion from Lifou to isle of Pines. The pool was drained during rough weather and deck activities were cancelled on the roughest days. Ice show was a standout, dancers were excellent, but the band was way too loud and singers had to screech to be heard. We tried Giovanni’s, a specialty restaurant and were very disappointed. Take your own lanyard if you want one as they are not provided and they charge US$9-$11 to buy one on board. We didn’t get a drinks package as you can buy a bottle of wine for the dining room meal, and they will keep it until the following night for you if you haven’t drunk it all. No complimentary water so if you don’t want to be constantly forking out money for bottles, pack an empty one and fill it at the café. Embarking and debarking was seamless and so quick. Cabins were spacious and beds were comfortable. We requested adjoining cabins with our friends, with balconies that would open up between us. This was confirmed on booking but alas the baclony doors are fixed. There are no shampoo, conditioners or moisturising creams in the bathroom so pack your own unless you’re happy to use the pump action combined shampoo/conditioner in the shower which is pretty low quality. Pack your US adaptor plug. There is also an outlet beside the mirror that takes a Euro plug if you want more than one item charging at a time. There were 3000 passengers on board and we found it very crowded at times. Ports we called into were isle of Pines and Niumea. We don’t recommend purchasing tours from the ship as the locals have pretty much got it covered and you can just purchase all your sightseeing options right at the shuttle drop off point. There is really only snorkelling to do at Isle of Pines and we’d read it was pricy to hire the gear. We bought a great set of goggles and snorkel from Kmart for $10 and they worked well! The promenade area was great and had a wonderful atmosphere of an evening. We established our Amex card for the final account with them, but once on board you can change it to a global currency card which is what we used as it was loaded with US dollars. We probably wouldn’t travel with Voyager again as we found the Celebrity Solstice better in many regards. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
1. There was no sailaway party, we have had this on every previous cruise and this sets the scene and celebration for the rest of the cruise. 2. The opening night had no introduction to the entertainment crew, instead a very ordinary , ... Read More
1. There was no sailaway party, we have had this on every previous cruise and this sets the scene and celebration for the rest of the cruise. 2. The opening night had no introduction to the entertainment crew, instead a very ordinary , dull comedian was put on. 3. The second night the show was billed but not presented, apparently due to bad weather however the ship did not appear to be rocking much at all. The cruise director presented the same jokes about the ship rocking again, with sexual innuendo and every single night after this. He had very little rapport with the audience, or command of the show and seemed to fall back on lame cliché jokes night after night. No introduction was again made to the entertainment crew. Instead we had a show more suitable for a small piano bar as it amounted to two singers singing some cover songs thrown together at the last minute. Yes they were good singers and talented but this is not at all what I would expect on the big stage on a large cruise ship. 4. The evening entertainment continued this way the ENTIRE cruise with the promised ‘big’ show being cancelled a second time and subsequently each time a last minute show with 2 singers singing songs that is more suited to a piano bar. 5. The reason given the second time from Carlos who said ‘I want to tell you the truth and not lie to you it’s the software for the screens has broken down’ I have trouble believing this. In this event I would of expected the show to still go ahead if it had been practiced and prepared without the screens? 6. I phoned the desk several times to complain about the lack of show, and lame excuse, Carlos did call our cabin once but we weren’t in. 7. DAYTIME entertainment: The quizzes were oversubscribed and disorganised. Ie not enough pencils, started late , not enough room. 8. DANCE lessons were oversubscribed and disorganised on two occaissions we turned up on deck and no one turned up at the allotted time several people were waiting and we were asking around is there a lesson on today??? Various crew members were asked and didn’t know what was going on. Eventually some came to take the lesson but there wasn’t the room or floor space for us all . I want to add that the entertainment crew did their best under these circumstances with what they had. However this didn’t meet the standard I would expect on a cruise liner. 9. DINING ROOM: Plastic plates and plastic bowls for grown ups in the buffet and paper cups. This is insulting I have been on other liners and never ever had plastic ware to eat off. I was really disgusted by this putting hot food on plastic I hated it. 10. The only night club dance floor on the 14th deck is so small to cater for the population of the passengers on the ship. 11. The lack of theme nights was a real disappointment I phoned and emailed to ask if any theme nights were planned and got told there was none. 12. I also have photos of broken hardware in the toilets, fittings etc to share but this was really the least of our issues. the cabin was clean and comofortable and the food in the silver servic e restaurant was good. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
We have just got of the Voyager of the Seas after a B2B going to the Pacific Isles...both itineraries were slightly changed due to heavy weather in the region...Thank You Captain Sindre Borsheim, one of the friendliest captains that I have ... Read More
We have just got of the Voyager of the Seas after a B2B going to the Pacific Isles...both itineraries were slightly changed due to heavy weather in the region...Thank You Captain Sindre Borsheim, one of the friendliest captains that I have met, we hope he keeps sailing in our waters. We did the 3 day cruise in February on the Voyager and were so impressed that we added another 7 days to our 9 day cruise in March (we have cruised around 5 times on her before) The deciding factor for us was The Cleanliness (see below) and THE MUSIC in the form of 2 good bands ie Music Venture, fantastic musicians, and good for younger legs than ours. The other was the Tony and Dana Duo who have the larges of music repertoires and can read their audiences very well and play what they want to hear/dance too. I live with a very low immune system due to cancer treatment so cleanliness where ever I go is of the upmost importance and my antennas are always scanning for any coughs, sickness, unclean areas etc. On the Voyager I was amazed at the frequency of the handrails, lift buttons and the rest of the ship was being disinfected. There was only one bar where the waiters did not have disinfection cloths for the tables when I bought it to the Hotel Directors attention it was addressed right away. For me I know I can spend a longer time on board without to much danger hence the B2B (16 days). Yes, there is some rust around but which ship doesn't? There were kids on board but when did that become a dirty word? Food was always plentiful with a good choice of dishes---BEST PAVLOVA ever All in all we had a ball and hope that Royal Caribbean keep the Tony and Dana Duo sailing in Australian Waters...Oh and Captain Sindre too Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
We chose this cruise as we had been to the pacific islands on Celebrity Solstice twice and wanted some new experiences - a new cruise lin, different itinerary and different ship, hence friends recommended RCL and some friends from a prior ... Read More
We chose this cruise as we had been to the pacific islands on Celebrity Solstice twice and wanted some new experiences - a new cruise lin, different itinerary and different ship, hence friends recommended RCL and some friends from a prior cruise were travelling on this cruise - we are a married couple late 50s and also travelled with a friend from work, a single lady in her early 60s. Positives first: Staff were excellent,, efficient and helpful everywhere on the ship - they work so hard to make the cruise wonderful. Entertainment and enrichment activities were also terrific generally, although sometimes wrong venues were used and numbers could not be accommodated, so we missed out, but overall there was plenty for everyone to partake in. The shows were terrific, especially Aussie Boys, Beatles show and Ricochet, fantastic!!!! The band does often drown out the singers though, which is a pity. Seating in the theatre was comfortable. Carlos the Cruise Director was fun and entertaining with a gorgeous singing voice! Food was terrific in all areas, plentiful ,fresh and delicious - we enjoyed it all, such terrific variety! VOOM internet was great and worked really well. Embarkation was pretty efficient given the number of passengers and we were on the ship within 30 mins. Rooms were all ready by 1pm which is amazing given the previous passengers had left the ship only 4hours earlier! Disembarkation was even quicker (we self disembarked) :) It seemed all to be really well organised. Okay ...so the negatives: Unfortunately, the Voyager has seen better days. She is old and it shows - it is like they have given up on her and she really needs to be dry docked for a full refurb. Flooring and furnishings look faded and jaded.The public rest rooms in particular were an issue - they would often smell and the door buttons or flush were old and often not working. As the cruise went on, more and more of them had out of order notices (applies to male and female toilets). Cleanliness in public areas was disappointing - the lift buttons were filthy and appeared not to be cleaned across the ship during the whole cruise. People took to using tissues to push the buttons! In comparison with Celebrity, we rarely saw anyone cleaning handrails, bathrooms, lift buttons or cleaning generally across public areas (they did in the eateries however) and when returning to the ship after Noumea, there was no sanitizing hand wash offered at all which really surprised me, although it was offered on other off ship days. Ahh, the children ....we had chosen this cruise out of school holidays on purpose, so we were amazed with the amount of school aged children on the ship. Unfortunately, there was a component whose parents left them to their own devices and the result was young children constantly running along the strolling areas, running up and down the stairs, pressing all the lift buttons, leaving food plates/cups in lifts and on stairs, prank calling (we had a call at 5am !!!) and running past knocking on doors. The crew and security staff ignored this behaviour completely. The other issue is that the curfew for children is midnight !!! Therefore in bars at any hour of the day and night there were young children being disruptive, ridiculous! I am not sure what the answer is here, whether they limit numbers, insist on them attending Kids Club, give staff more power to reprimand or bring this behaviour to parents attention and offer consequences, but to a degree it did impact on our (and others) enjoyment. Many others commented and were unhappy too. The Cabin: We had a deluxe balcony which was lovely and in a great spot on Deck 12, close to stairs and lifts. We never really met our stateroom attendant however other than him waving to us and we back to him and smiling and greeting him with a hello, the few times we saw him. On day 2 when he had not called in (usual practice over our other 4 cruises) and our room was not made up by almost 3pm, I called and asked should we have placed a card in the slot (thinking it was our issue) He said he had been at training and would be there later to make up the room - not an issue for us at all and I told him that, however a note to advise us would have been helpful. Our room was kept clean and fresh however and we loved having the kettle in the room. A blocked shower on day 3 was fixed very quickly which we appreciated. Minor things : our shampoo container remained empty the whole cruise (luckily I had my own) and we had to search for milk and soap replacements when they ran out completely. We had a drinks package and this was great - it made our days lovely and easy - we enjoyed experiencing different cocktails, wines with dinner, unlimited bottled water and lovely coffees at the specialty coffee shop. Excursions: We did the RCL Galley tour which seemed a bit disorganised. The tour was interesting but quite brief and we had trouble hearing our lovely host (she needed a microphone) as the kitchen of course was noisy and very hot, with a very slippery floor. We had been asked to wear closed shoes, but some wore thongs and nobody seemed to care. We also did not meet the Chef as promised, and were redirected haphazardly in circles by other groups touring at the same time and afterward we found out we had missed a section of the tour! Would not bother again, although we learned a little and the brunch afterward was lovely. Noumea - we did the hop on hop off bus which was fun. We'd been to Noumea 3 times prior and had seen Aquarium (highly recommended) and had done a few other sightseeing tours, so we were happy just to visit markets and stop at Lemon Beach. The transfer from ship to bus exchange was great and worked well. Vanuatu - we did the ship's excursion on the Reef Explorer (glass bottom boat) which was excellent. Well organised and really fun little tour. We were excited to visit the extensive markets at the dock - unfortunately, it was very hot and the merchandise very junky, all the same stuff, stall after stall, so we just bought a magnet. In summary, we did enjoy the cruise, as did our friend (her first cruise) but we would not recommend the Voyager until a refurbishment is completed. We would however try RCL again to give them another go, on a different ship. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
I have just returned from a 9 night Sth Pacific Cruise on Voyager. Balcony Stateroom, Deck 7 The staff once again are so wonderful and I really appreciate the hard work they do and the sacrifices they make to provide the wonderful ... Read More
I have just returned from a 9 night Sth Pacific Cruise on Voyager. Balcony Stateroom, Deck 7 The staff once again are so wonderful and I really appreciate the hard work they do and the sacrifices they make to provide the wonderful service they do. Always friendly and so helpful. The Voyager of the seas has a lot to offer. This is my third time on Voyager. She is starting to get a little tired in some areas and is due for a refurbishment later this year. She will look wonderful once completed. Dining experience was once again lovely. Having such a variety of meals to choose from and the service is exceptional. shows and entertainment were varied and entertaining. My most favourite show this time was BLADES in Studio B/. The Ice dancers looked like they were having a great time and the show was a lot of fun. Thank you . Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
We have been cruising for close to 20 years with this cruise being a big disappointment. First the good - the service was very good. Staff were friendly and attentive with good positive energy. Cabin attendant was excellent as was the Cafe ... Read More
We have been cruising for close to 20 years with this cruise being a big disappointment. First the good - the service was very good. Staff were friendly and attentive with good positive energy. Cabin attendant was excellent as was the Cafe and R-Bar staff. We had the dine-anytime with overall good service. We tried all the speciality restaurants and each one was very good - recommended. And now the not so good - Food - nothing to write home about. Dinner in the main dining room - food was never hot - warm at best. Selection was OK - you will not go hungry but nothing great - just OK. The quality and selection has gone down from other Royal Caribbean cruises we have been on. Windjammer - for breakfast was typical - if you like hot toast, pancakes, french toast - forget-it - they are all pre-prepared standing on hotplates that never keep anything hot. Lunch again - same staff every day with minimal selection - warm at best - nothing hot. Oh yes if you want burgers / hotdogs every day you will find this every day - and pre-prepared so maybe warm. Ship - the ship is 20 years old and really shows the lack of maintenance. Unpainted surfaces, rust, many lounge chairs that really really need to be replaced, public washrooms that are not kept clean during pick-time. Itinerary - the port of calls are not worth the trip. Most ports had nothing going on or to see. Two ports had nice beaches but not worth taking this cruise for. Enterainment - Way down from what is usually provided by Royal Caribbean - not one show stands out as good but all stand out as pretty bad. Atmosphere - You can really tell they were pushing the drink packages and who bought them. Very rowdy, fist fights that made the news - it felt like a ultra low budget cruise for party-goers - if we wanted this, we would have booked Carnival. The only reason we did not rate this cruise 1 star is due to the very good service. This alone is not enough to recommend this ship and the itinerary is not recommended on any ship. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
Heard there were a lot of fights and many passengers 'kicked off' but we didnt see anything. I have cruised with RCL twice now on Voyager and this time around the food, service and overall experience has greatly improved. Our ... Read More
Heard there were a lot of fights and many passengers 'kicked off' but we didnt see anything. I have cruised with RCL twice now on Voyager and this time around the food, service and overall experience has greatly improved. Our dining room waiters and cabin steward were the highlight of the crew- absolutely awesome. A lot of the shows were not my cup of tea- but hats off to the dancers and singers- awesome voices and moves. Ice skate shows amazing. A lot of activities not my thing but there's heaps to choose from to keep you busy, or just relax- which is what I prefer. Ports of call more than most cruises I have been on, so a good variety of things to do ashore except Mare. Unfortunately due to the weather (and hoard of jelly fish) it wasn't safe to do anything, but mare has definitely upgraded the dock and market, so great to see. Have booked Ovation of the seas for Jan 2019, so excited to see all the extra activities onboard. Crew very attentitive in all areas. Promenade cabin 6305 in a perfect spot too. Got a great price. Booked all tours directly with locals before boarding- all ships are too expensive! Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
this is our fourth cruise with Royal Caribbean and again they have out done themselves with excellent service and commitment to their guests. Yes our cruise was marred by some stupid fellow cruisers who either can't control their ... Read More
this is our fourth cruise with Royal Caribbean and again they have out done themselves with excellent service and commitment to their guests. Yes our cruise was marred by some stupid fellow cruisers who either can't control their liquor or children, but these were isolated events which we didn't witness and didn't realise existed until nearly the end of the cruise when we heard fellow passengers talking about it. So as far as i am concerned the room attendants were great and very friendly towards all guests, the dining room staff were fantastic and our waiter and assistant couldn't do enough for us. Yes we missed Mystery Island and visited Isle of Pines in place - as we were chased by a cyclone as we headed south - but the captain kept us fully informed of the events and Royal Caribbean ensured that our experience on the ship and on shore was excellent and revised the itinerary to ensure that we outside the effects of the pending cyclone by heading south quicker than planned Great Ship, Great Cruise Line and we will be cruising a few more time yet on Royal Caribbean. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
Very simple cruise for Australian new-cruisers. Food was raw and simple. Every single day the food looked the same at the Windjammer Buffet (three days pork, one day turkey, one day salmon, three days pork). There are no comparison ... Read More
Very simple cruise for Australian new-cruisers. Food was raw and simple. Every single day the food looked the same at the Windjammer Buffet (three days pork, one day turkey, one day salmon, three days pork). There are no comparison with the product RCCL offers in the Caribbean. The ship looks and smells old, floods of tubings everywhere. The dining experience was simple and repetitive, I received cold food in more than one opportunity. The night shows and parties are exactly the same as in any other RCCL cruise. If you saw one, you saw all. Another topic to comment is the wifi connection. We all know that wifi onboard is slow, but on this ship there were DAYS without wifi (of course, it was charged in advance). There was just one chinese lady who spoke few english helping and trying to calm the angry people. They refunded me two full days because of my complain. After taking many many cruises, I was disappointed with the Voyager, need dry dock and renovation urgently. Fiji ports of call are horrible. New Caledonia and Vanuatu beaches are amazing with turquoise warm waters. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
I travelled with 11 other people in the group and the decision to go was made by the group. It turned out to be very successful with all the participants agreeably enjoying all that was on offer. The dining package was exceptional and ... Read More
I travelled with 11 other people in the group and the decision to go was made by the group. It turned out to be very successful with all the participants agreeably enjoying all that was on offer. The dining package was exceptional and provided my friend and I three meals in different restaurants and we also were able to enjoy brunch after touring the main kitchens of the ship. A delight! Dining was also a very pleasant affair supervised by our waiter Alexyandro who made sure that we had everything that we could possibly want and that the food was delicious. His attention to detail was amazing and worked very hard to attain perfection. Also I was helped by Dan who oversaw the Windjammer restaurant and was Waiter in Charge for our main dining area. I have a problem with self service restaurants which Dan realised and was there to support me with food choice. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
Voyager of the seas needs a major refurbishment. The carpet in our junior suite was coming up, the shower curtain was dirty and the outside of the ship shows rust in many places. There was a strange smell in the elevators almost every day. ... Read More
Voyager of the seas needs a major refurbishment. The carpet in our junior suite was coming up, the shower curtain was dirty and the outside of the ship shows rust in many places. There was a strange smell in the elevators almost every day. Perhaps it was a strong cleaning solution, but it was not a fresh smell. The food, service and entertainment were good. The LaScala theater was too cold. I needed a coat and a sweater every night, and one show I had to leave, because it was too cold. Why Royal Caribbean wastes energy by over air conditioning the ship, makes no sense. Shore excursions were overpriced, but good. We especially liked the Bridges of Eden on Vanuatu. We did not enjoy Fiji traditions and vanilla house at Lautoka, Fiji. The guide’s English was difficult to understand and we really didn’t see much. Overall, I would sail on this cruise again. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
We chose this cruise mainly because of the ports and the fact that we hadn’t cruised with Royal Caribbean in a while. Positives: Embarcation and debarcation both were seamless. Our room steward and all the dining room staff were ... Read More
We chose this cruise mainly because of the ports and the fact that we hadn’t cruised with Royal Caribbean in a while. Positives: Embarcation and debarcation both were seamless. Our room steward and all the dining room staff were efficient, friendly and very polite. Their service was outstanding. I have to point out especially Noel and his assistant in the concierge lounge, along with Pretty, the concierge. The went above and beyond every day that we interacted with them. Negatives: The room delivered menus—print too small and barely legible. More elevators are needed on a ship this size. Long waits at times. What happened to the chocolates on our pillows every evening? Gone, a chintzy way to cut back. Also lobster is not served (unless you want to pay extra) Drink prices are out of sight. More than land-based restaurants. No iced tea most days. Other menu items disappeared after a few days, too. Where were the pad and pen by the phone? Alternative restaurant fees are ridiculously high! Lots of rust and the railings on the balcony were in dire need of repair. The ship is aging. I think we will have to try other lines in the future to compare. The ports were ok and the Captain was a delight with his briefings each day. The best meals we had were in the main dining room at the sit down lunches. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
because of the itinerary. there was a low pressure system around the Mystery Island which we were going to visit, the captain changed the itinerary, drop Mystery Island, but added Isle of the Pines instead of dropping the port entirely. ... Read More
because of the itinerary. there was a low pressure system around the Mystery Island which we were going to visit, the captain changed the itinerary, drop Mystery Island, but added Isle of the Pines instead of dropping the port entirely. However, the rules are too much, either getting an account statement, or getting change at the passenger service desk, too cumbersome. the food at the Windjammer is the SAME DAY IN AND DAY OUT. no new dishes except the last night which they provided shrimps, mussells and pipio clams, and fried calamari. Isumi restaurant is good, worth the $75 package that we paid for. (the package included 3 specialty dining, and we used them all at the Izumi.) The gym hours are pretty good, but the women's steam room is not working throughout the entire 14 days. The service (both the waiters/waitress, cooks) at the Windjammer is excellent though the food is terrible. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
Did 2 cruises as B2B, this one and the one before. We love cruising so try and always look at the positives rather than the negatives. All cruises will give you some minor negatives, as will all holidays, but we say as long as the ... Read More
Did 2 cruises as B2B, this one and the one before. We love cruising so try and always look at the positives rather than the negatives. All cruises will give you some minor negatives, as will all holidays, but we say as long as the positives outweigh the negatives then its good. Entertaining was a bit lacking, some shows were good, but some were not so good. We actually walked out on one show (which we never normally do) as it was so bad. RCI really needs to get much better entertainment for their Australia cruise ships. The entertainment crew was fun. Enjoyed the trivia in the Star Lounge, but when they held trivia in the Schooner it was so crowded so not fun at all. Only once we were able to get a seat there. Trivia should always be in the larger lounges. My Time Dining needs to be sorted out, even the managers on the ship agreed with this, it doesn't run as smoothly as it should. Hopefully they will work that out in the very near future. The service generally was excellent all around the ship. The Voyager really needs an overhaul, we heard its not coming back to Australia in the near future, but if it does, we hope they modernise everything. Would definitely cruise again as we love cruising. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
We sailed from Sydney on the Explorer two years ago circumnavigating New Zealand. That was such a fabulous cruise we came back to see some of the Pacific islands. Firstly, I want to state that the Captain was fabulous. He made sure to ... Read More
We sailed from Sydney on the Explorer two years ago circumnavigating New Zealand. That was such a fabulous cruise we came back to see some of the Pacific islands. Firstly, I want to state that the Captain was fabulous. He made sure to thank his crew every day, which I had never heard another captain do so frequently, The room attendant, Engel, was also the best I've experienced on any RC ship; as were the dinning room attendances at table 599. As for guest entertainers, and skaters on board, all were really great. The production entertainers on the other hand, not so much. People actually were walking out of their first show, us included. Since we did not go to the second show, I have no idea if it was as bad. My only issue with any of the crew is the fact that HOTEL MANAGEMENT does not provide CREAM for COFFEE!!!!! All servers I asked stated that it was NOT AVAILABLE on board, despite the fact that when I paid $3.00 at the speciality coffee café I was able to secure REAL CREAM for my coffee. To add insult to injury, on disembarkation day, while waiting our turn, there were 2 litres of cream sitting beside the coffee pot. I have pictures to prove it!!! Our waitress told us the lack of cream for coffee in the restaurants was an issue with a great many of the passengers she served. I tried to address this issue on board, and ended up having a hotel staff member show up at our cabin with a cup of whipping cream. The food in the main dinning rooms and at the Windjammer, was ordinary but edible. The café on deck 5, which is the only place to get any food outside of dinning room hours, was constantly running out of it. On several mornings they were even out of coffee at 7 a.m. Now on to the ship, which is in very sad condition: On embarkation day, by 1 p.m. there was an announcement that there was NO WORKING PLUMBING above deck 5. The issue was not resolved for several hours. There was no further announcements, so sometime around 4:30 p.m. we finally asked and were told the plumbing was now working on all decks. On another day, just was everyone was heading to the gangway to head out on tours, the ship suffered a complete power failure. This only lasted a few minutes, but the elevators took up to 15 minutes to reset themselves. Speaking of elevators, almost all of them had burned out floor light indicators. Some decks had burned out up\down light or call buttons, and some elevators would stop moving for several minutes at a time. Our cabin, on deck 12, although very clean and well cared for by Engel, had a consistent issue with the toilet not flushing. We saw the plumber almost every other day. The public toilets also had issues, some of which were not fixed for the entire 14 day cruise. In one washroom outside of the theatre on deck 4, the accessible cubicle has a very heavy pocket door closure which had the handle missing on the inside. Anyone using this toilet had to leave the door slightly ajar or you were stuck inside!!! The outside of the ship itself could use a coat of paint as the rust was really noticeable. Some is to be expected, but in my experience, this was a little much. As for shore excursions, I would not recommend the Ciffs of Jokin on Lifou, Loyalty Island. The description of this tour on the web site involves a lot of creative writing. Sight seeing in Nadi, Fiji was fine but also not totally accurate. "Shopping" in the town was for 30 minutes at a store of the guide's choosing, as opposed to allowing sufficient time to see the main street shops. We paid to go to two beautiful resorts which were both worth the expense; Pearl South Pacific outside of Suva, Fiji and Le Meridien Resort, Isle of Pines, New Caledonia. This resort was a last minutes substitute for Mystery Island, which is still a mystery to us. There was a cyclone heading towards Mystery so the captain made a course change. As for Villa, Vanuatu, we really wanted to take the "Tranquility Island & Turtle Sanctuary" tour, which, according to Royal Caribbean's web site, could only be booked on board. On day 2, we were the first people at the excursion desk. We were told this tour was full, and had been for months. When we asked how that could be since it was only available on board, the clerk didn't know but stated the tour only accommodated 25 people!!!! I then wanted to know who could they even offer a tour with that limited numbers when there were 3100+ people on board???? Again, no answer, and she didn't really care. Noumea, New Caledonia would have been great, if it wasn't raining all day. They cyclone was catching up to us. As for children on board, we rarely saw them. All were very well behaved. I'm a Diamond level member of Royal Caribbean's Crowne & Anchor club, so I will sail RC again. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
Embarkation ran smoothly as usual and we were onboard before 11.30. The crew were exceptional and this made our cruise one of the best yet. Bar staff were quick to take orders and the ability to remember my drink preferences still ... Read More
Embarkation ran smoothly as usual and we were onboard before 11.30. The crew were exceptional and this made our cruise one of the best yet. Bar staff were quick to take orders and the ability to remember my drink preferences still amazes me. The dining room staff were very good and service was fast. The food was always hot and I have to say the souffles were amazing. Our stateroom attendant Igusti made sure he spoke to us every morning and everything we requested was done with no fuss and our room was always clean and tidy whatever time we returned. The ship itself. I have to say she is looking a bit tired and a lot of the furniture needs renewing. This did not effect the enjoyment of the cruise but maybe time to consider some work. The entertainment was good with the rock band a standout. The shows are not really my thing but the Neil Diamond Show was exceptional and well worth seeing. The ports were the normal ones visited and some new ones would be nice but maybe not possible. Overall a very enjoyable cruise. Not a lot of children onboard and generally they were well behaved. Just a few parents encouraging their children to be a nuisance on the dance floor at night but they were by far the minority. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
Voyager is one of my favourite ships that we board at least once a year. Always enjoy their entertainments and the dining room and bar service. The nightly musicians in Pig and Whistle and Schooner Bar were fantastic, creating the best ... Read More
Voyager is one of my favourite ships that we board at least once a year. Always enjoy their entertainments and the dining room and bar service. The nightly musicians in Pig and Whistle and Schooner Bar were fantastic, creating the best atmosphere for drinking with newly-made friends. The shows in the Theatre and Studio provided a good variety of entertainments. The daily activities were sufficient during days at sea so there were always something happening. There was a storm nearby but our friendly captain slightly changed the order of the itinerary so we generally had a gentle sailing avoiding the storm. Security guards were present constantly so we felt fairly safe. A good mix of young and older crowd. The mischievous ones got escorted off the ship at the very first port. The rest of the time was trouble free. We had a great time and definitely will cruise with it again. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
We had a relaxing 10 days. The dining room food was same old same old. We have cruised many times with RCI and the menu is the same on every cruise. We always checked the dining room's menu on the day and if it wasn't great ... Read More
We had a relaxing 10 days. The dining room food was same old same old. We have cruised many times with RCI and the menu is the same on every cruise. We always checked the dining room's menu on the day and if it wasn't great for that night we ate in a speciality restaurant. Our cabin was comfortable and kept clean by our wonderful steward. The entertainment was lacking. The pool deck rarely had live music. There was never enough drink waiters in any of the bars/pool area etc. Crew staffing has been cut back to the bare minimum. The public toilets were an absolute disgrace we always walked back to our room to use the toilet. The Cruise Director was rarely seen. The venues for trivia are always packed but great fun if you get there 2 hours earlier to play. Voyager needs another overhaul she is getting a little battered and worn which is to be expected with so many people. Loved the daily report of conditions with the Captain always left us with a smile. All the crew were happy to help. Could not fault one crew member. Congrats to them all. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
We chose this cruise because my sister in law and her husband had already booked and because we could get a balcony cabin at a great discount. We had cruised with RCC about 5 years ago and enjoyed it. The embarkation process was ... Read More
We chose this cruise because my sister in law and her husband had already booked and because we could get a balcony cabin at a great discount. We had cruised with RCC about 5 years ago and enjoyed it. The embarkation process was smoother than others we have experienced but still entailed standing in queues for prolonged periods, not good for older passengers. The ship looked imposing from a distance, but close up there was a lot of rust visible along the upper decks. The ship's interiors were well-maintained and the decor was pleasant. We were not fans of the level 5 promenade and found it a bit of a mishmash, too narrow and difficult to manoeuvre when there were bands playing or sales happening. Our cabin was a deluxe balcony on deck 7. It was the best cabin we have ever stayed in. It was spacious, had loads of storage space and the bed was huge and very comfortable. The balcony was a little small, just enough room for 2 chairs and a small table. Very pleasant for our room service breakfast. Our stateroom attendant Caetano did an excellent job. We had enrolled in the Cruise Critic Roll Call and received notification from RCC that we would be invited to the Meet and Greet, but we didn't receive an invitation and missed it, as did my sister in law. We had booked a dining package and were advised that the first booking would be made for us and would be delivered to our cabin, but this did not happen either. These notifications could have been delivered by the online stateroom messages, instead of all the marketing blurbs. We booked the dining package because other reviewers had been less than enthusiastic about the Windjammer and Main Dining Room and were glad that we did. The food and service in the Chops Grille and Giovanni's was excellent. However, a couple of meals were marred by the poor behaviour of other guests and we were disappointed that the dress code was not adhered to, not even on formal nights. A quiet coffee shop near the Library would be a welcome addition. The ice shows were excellent, we didn't go to any of the other shows. We went to the late night disco at the Deck 14 HighNotes Lounge on Day 9 for a final bop and were disappointed to find that the DJ was not there, there was just taped music playing which was not even dance music. We loved the Trivia quizzes but found that some of the venues were too small for the numbers of trivia players. We could not fault the service anywhere on the ship, staff were friendly and helpful, often going the extra mile. We booked one shore excursion which was unfortunately rained off. We had visited all ports before, so didn't book any others. We would probably not book another cruise departing from or ending in Australia due to the poor behaviour of many Aussies. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
We've sailed on two of the Voyager's sister ships before and this was not up to the standard of the other two (Explorer and Mariner). We love the layout of the Voyager class ships, but the Voyager itself did not live up to our ... Read More
We've sailed on two of the Voyager's sister ships before and this was not up to the standard of the other two (Explorer and Mariner). We love the layout of the Voyager class ships, but the Voyager itself did not live up to our expectations. We still enjoyed our cruise as we can't find a reason not too, but on this ship the service, the food generally and the feel of the ship were just not up to the usual high standards we have come to expect on RCI ships. Dining room food was below standard and the menu lacked variation and interest. The Windjammer got it together, but was not up to the usual high standard and much of the hot food was served warm at best. Staff appeared to be less numerous, but we don't know if they've cut down or not. The staff they have, however, are excellent and some are exceptional. The bars all over are very good and the bar staff know their job well. Whether passengers were ordering water, soda, mocktails or cocktails, staff attitude was friendly and accomodating. We found that the Solarium Bar and the R Bar were very efficient. The activities staff were rarely seen and they rely too much on the ship's inbuilt facilities to entertain the passengers. That is, there were too few ship's games and little entertaining things to do during the day, Certainly, if you like trivia then there were plenty of different types for you to play. Flowrider, Rock climbing, mini golf and Ice skating do not, unfortunately, entertain enough passengers as they are not all capable of doing them. Are they also down on staff and can't do it all any more or do they just not work as hard as they used to to keep everyone busy? The entertainment provided by individual musicians and the production crew both on stage and at the ice shows were just fabulous; first class, in fact! Thanks go to the Captain for keeping us out of the rough seas we expected with the recent cyclone. A course change and a warning of a possible itinerary change (which wasn't necessary) kept us out of trouble and provided us with smooth sailing to exotic destinations where we encountered the clearest, cleanest water we've ever seen. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
After cruising to the South Pacific ports in the 1970's, my husband and I decided to re-visit the area on a current cruise ship. It was an interesting experience. We booked a 10 night cruise on Voyager of the Seas to try the Royal ... Read More
After cruising to the South Pacific ports in the 1970's, my husband and I decided to re-visit the area on a current cruise ship. It was an interesting experience. We booked a 10 night cruise on Voyager of the Seas to try the Royal Caribbean brand. We have both cruised on 6 or 7 occasions previously trying Princess, P&O, Celebrity, Star and others. Voyager is showing her age in some ways but is kept spotlessly clean by her hard-working staff. Maintenance appears to be a little lacking but after 20 years on salty waters, I guess that will catch up. The embarkation process at the Sydney Overseas Terminal was pretty easy with plenty of staff to direct you and advise what paperwork to have on hand etc. We had spent the week-end prior in Sydney at a CBD hotel so with a 12 noon - 1.00pm boarding slot, we checked out and wandered down to Circular Quay for a late breakfast. We arrived at the Terminal at 12.15pm and were on board by 12.45pm. We explored a little then headed up to the pool area and had a drink while waiting for the announcement that staterooms were ready. We were able to access our Staterooms just before 1.30pm which was incredibly quick. We had a Superior Ocean View with Balcony on the 9th Deck. There was ample room with the bed being a King-size and a 3 seat lounge. Our suitcases slid easily under the bed for storage and there was heaps of drawer and hanging space. There was also a chair and desk arrangement with a kettle and a small fridge which keeps drinks at 13 deg. The bathroom was small but efficient with a small round shower with sliding doors and great water pressure. Liquid body soap and a bar of soap was provided. Towels were plentiful and replaced if left on the floor. Our room attendant was very efficient, spoke to us by name most days as we came and went and left us with a different towel animal every night. The balcony had 2 comfortable outdoor chairs and a round table and we enjoyed breakfast out there on a couple of occasions. It would only fit 2 people though. The maintenance programme was lacking as the wooden balcony rail on this side of the ship was definitely in need of varnishing. It was almost on the point of releasing splinters, it was so dry and looking down, it was evident on most of the other floors as well. However, on the pool deck and the walking decks, the rail was beautifully varnished! Overall, the cabin was great. The TV selection - not so great as all movies are an extra cost of $US12 per movie. The selection was pretty ordinary as well. There were the normal RCI channels selling their product, explaining the ship and showing you where you were and then a Foxtel arrangement of about 5 news channels and a couple of childrens cartoon channels. No National Geographic or Lifestyle programmes. On holiday, there is only so much news you can take. We chose the late dining (8.15pm) in the main dining room - Sapphire Room. This is a fabulous room spread over 3 storeys with magnificent chandeliers lighting the centre area. The staff are very good, welcoming and efficient. However, the food is bland and ordinary. Presentation was similar to my mother's in the 1960's on some occasions. 2 slices of roasted beef, an ice-cream scoop of mashed potato and boiled carrot sticks and broccoli were my first night's fare. My husband who is a fish lover, found the fish to be over cooked on most occasions. The presentation of the food was a little lacklustre. There are 4 or so items on the menu that are always available in case you can't find something to appeal. I ordered the Strip Steak (similar to our porterhouse) and again, it was served with mashed potatoes and boiled vegetables. However, the steak was so tough, I was not able to eat it (and I was supplied with a steak knife). Disappointing! We did buy a 3 night dining package on board to sample the extra restaurants on board. We went to Chops Grille and had the Seafood Tower which was large, again presentation was lacking, however it had prawns, oysters, cockles, crab claws & lobster. Unfortunately, garnishes consisted of 2 lemons cut across the middle and 3 tubs of tomato sauce. No Tartare Sauce or Aioli was available so I asked for mayonnaise, thinking I would make some of my own but alas, no mayo either!!!!! We also visited Izumi, the Japanese outlet twice. This was very nice. I sampled the Hot Rocks cooking at the table and my husband couldn't resist the Sashimi plate of 4 different raw fish slices along with Miso Soup. The Windjammer Buffet had a large variety of foods available most of the day and night. We selected snacks or a light lunch to have with a drink out by the pool some days and there was always make-your-own burgers, hotdogs and a joint of roasted meat available. Desserts consisted of a selection of cakes on most days and there was always fresh fruit cut in chunks. The Promenade Cafe was always open if you fancied a snack or to purchase a barista made coffee or Ben & Jerry's Icecream. The available coffee throughout the ship was disgusting! However, $US3 bought you a Flat White, Cappuccino or Mocha which were generally reasonable. The drink prices (considering we were sailing in Duty Free waters) were high. Cocktails started at $US12 through to $US17 ($AUD15 - 22) Crown Lager, Heineken, Corona Beers were $US8 ($AUD10) but bottled wine prices were exorbitant. Lindemans Bin 85 and Bin 95 Whites were $US35 ($AUD44) per bottle and as we arrived home, BWS had them out at $AUD6 per bottle. The deluxe Drink Package was $US72 per day for the whole duration of the trip. Our feelings were that this encourages the irresponsible consumption of alcohol and between the drinks and internet packages, you would need to allow the price of another person cruising to cover your expenses. The Entertainment offerings were mixed with no real production shows on this cruise. However, there were 2 comedians showcased who were quite good and elicited plenty of laughs. My husband has a hearing problem so they were not to his liking as if you can't hear the punchline, it's not very funny. Rock Rhapsody was a tribute to Queen performed by 2 female artists and 1 male artist and was very good. Their encore performance of Bohemian Rhapsody was excellent. Peter Byrne, an Irish/Australian Neil Diamond impersonator was also very good and performed a solid 60 - 65 minute show. Craig Dahn, the pianist was mostly drowned out by the Voyager Band but he was talented, no less. There were good incidental musicians around the Promenade and in the Pub and Schooner Bar at various times which gives a good vibe when you just want to sit and have a pleasant drink. Around the pool deck, it was always busy with the outdoor movie screen and various music and/or activities. The Solarium which has an adults only pool was a quiet retreat although always well patronised. The Trivia quizzes were always well supported and good fun. The Flow Rider surfing, rock climbing, basketball court, mini-golf and table tennis were popular activities which were fun to watch as well. The Ice Skating Show, "Blades", was very good and a novel experience. The service of all the staff we encountered was exemplary. We only did one shore excursion which was Advanced Snorkelling at Mystery Island. In my opinion, most ship provided shore excursions are quite expensive and this proved true. However, the snorkelling was fabulous even if climbing into and out of the little boat was problematical. The tender process was easy and they were frequent. The disembarkation process was easy as we utilised the self-assisted disembarkation which meant we carried our own bags out when we were ready which was around 8.15am. My summary of the ship - it's a good starter cruise line however, the constant money gouging for everything became very tedious. I have never had to pay for bottled water on a cruise line before and at $US2 per bottle, this was a downer. Many of the daily activities like cupcake decorating, sushi rolling etc., all had a participation cost as well as the galley tour etc. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
Loved everything about this ship. The only reason I didn’t give a 5 was because I’ve cruised on Allure of the Seas and I think it will be hard to beat that one. The layout of the voyager is brilliant and the staff as usual were ... Read More
Loved everything about this ship. The only reason I didn’t give a 5 was because I’ve cruised on Allure of the Seas and I think it will be hard to beat that one. The layout of the voyager is brilliant and the staff as usual were great. The only thing i was disappointed in was the entertainment/activities or lack of. There was very little directed at our age group 50/60’s. The embarkation process was second to none. Best I’ve experienced. The tender process was also brilliant. Minimal waiting times and an extremely easy process. I returned early from a couple of islands and they never waited for a ‘full’ tender which is so good. I’ve been made to wait up to 20 minutes in the stinking heat for them to fill up a tender. Although some times slow the bar service was great, friendly staff and great drinks. I heard a lot of people complaining about the speed of service. People need to understand most people are ordering cocktails which take time. (It’s not the staffs fault). Loved this cruise, Voyager is a great ship and I will struggle to cruise with another company after this one :) Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
This was my first cruise on a Royal Carribean ship. I was worried that it would be too big but it wasn’t. My friend and I shared a balcony cabin. It was great but there wasn’t much room between the two beds and this was because we had ... Read More
This was my first cruise on a Royal Carribean ship. I was worried that it would be too big but it wasn’t. My friend and I shared a balcony cabin. It was great but there wasn’t much room between the two beds and this was because we had a lovely 3 seater lounge in there as well. I prefer RCI bathrooms to Princess as I hate the shower curtain. These showers are round and have fully closing plastic doors. Still tiny but functional. We didn’t have the best cabin steward. Not much personality and a bit lax on replacing towels but our beds were made and the room was tidy everyday so we can’t really complain about that. We bought the specialty dining package. And we ate in every possible eatery including Johnny Rockets. The only good thing about the specialty dining package was that bottled wine became 40% off. We chose not to buy the alcohol package as we wouldn’t have made use of it so that worked well. Also, if you don’t finish the wine you can have it the next night - regardless of where you dine. We both enjoyed Chopps Grill immensely. The food was amazing and the service was fantastic. We ate there twice and wish we had eaten there all 5 times. The food in Giovannis was nothing to write home about and the service was really slow. We were in there for almost 3 hours. It is standard Italian fare with nothing outstanding. Others in the main dining room had the same complaint. Izumi’s was even worse. The food came out out of order. Our friends main came out while we were still eating entrees and our mains came out 40 mins after our friend had finished his main. We had to constantly ask the waiter over to order. We had to pour our own wine (first world problems I know... ). We were completely ignored. We were in there from 6pm until after 9pm. When we voiced our concerns to the maitre d, he played ignorant and stupid and barely offered us an apology. He was quite offensive really because he’s obviously not stupid to have that position. It was a really expensive meal for what it was. We had a $105 credit from the dining package (there were 3 of us) and we still had to pay an extra $40 for food (this isn’t including the alcohol). Despite all that we still ended up in windjammers because we left hungry. I would NOT recommend Izumi. Also, as part of the dining package, we did the galley tour and bottomless brunch. Firstly, it’s not a bottomless brunch. We got 2 glasses of champagne and had to ask for the second one. I still have no idea how the kitchen works. Each group was too big and if you got stuck at the back of the group you heard and saw nothing. The brunch was a lovely buffet giving you samples from all of the dining options. But our mains were really awful. I had the strip steak, as did other dining companions on the day, and it’s was boot leather. None of us could eat it. My friend had the beef Wellington with the same complaint. But, that was ok because the buffet more than made up for it. The staff in Johnny Rockets are awesome as is the chocolate milkshake (thickshake really and a meal on it’s own!,). We found the food ordinary and a bit greasy but it is a burger place and we did enjoy it. We loved the main dining room. We had anytime dining, ALL of the staff were wonderful. I found a couple of dishes too salty to eat but overall the food was fantastic. We ate most meals in here. We both loved the promenade cafe. A lovely little selection of food if you missed breakfast or wanted a light lunch, I find the buffets (in this case Windjammers) on cruise ships very overwhelming, the amount of options was amazing. Again the staff are fantastic and tireless. I really like the lemonade in there. The theme nights are great. We never had any difficulty finding a table either. In relation to the pools, I would have liked to have gone to the adult pool (the solarium) as I see too many young parents put napped children I to the main pool - so gross - but it had been taken over by a very loud, aggressive, raucous and drunk group of young men who just never left it. Fortunately, they got put off the ship at one of the ports which then freed that pool up later and there was an overwhelmingly large sigh of relief for us older travelers. I didn’t participate in the wave rider or the rock climbing but it was fun to watch. I would have liked for there to have been more internal activities on the cruise. It was limited to trivia quizzes which were fun but repetitive, and bingo or the casino (on sea days), which is expensive. Most of the live entertainers were wonderful. I really enjoyed sitting in the schooner bar of an evening listening to the singer/piano player there. He was very talented. The comedians they had were fantastic but I wish parents of children would not bring their children to the late show. I think the comedians would say the same thing. It was evident they’d had to censor their late shows and they made fact of it as well. La Scala theatre is huge! Which is great! I never missed getting into any of the shows I wanted to watch. The best show was the karaoke final of the passengers on board! We enjoyed most of the evening game shows but we both really wished they would stop picking the drunk young men as participants. They weren’t funny. Just rude and really annoying. I saw one of the ice skating shows and can marvel at the skill of the skaters that allows them to do that on a moving cruise ship but it’s not my thing. I elected to pay cash on the ship as the Australian dollar was really strong and I would save some money by paying in US dollars. I would rethink that. Lining up on the last day was interminable. I was in that queue for over an hour (and this was at midnight) and there were no chairs or relief. They really need a ticket system or something. I’m old and fat. I can’t stand up for that long. So, things I loved - I loved that the ship was big enough that I could find lovely quiet places to sit and read. I loved Chopps grill and all of the free dining options especially The Promenade Cafe. I loved most of the regular entertainers over the big shows in La Scala. I loved how RCI handled the trouble makers (and there was a lot). Things I didn’t like.- Izumi Lack of inside activities during the day The coffee - even the specialty coffee was terrible. Stick to the tea or coffee Frappuccino. All in all we had a wonderful time. The ship is a bit dated but big which gives you great options. The entertainers are wonderful. There was a great selection of drinks and I didn’t have to cook one meal, make one bed or clean up after myself once. WINNING!! Haha Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
Great holiday, excellent room 8230, and our beautiful stewardess Agnes, Most help full staff, (most of the time) and the head waiters in the main dinning room cater for every persons needs, regardless of where you ate in the windjammer or ... Read More
Great holiday, excellent room 8230, and our beautiful stewardess Agnes, Most help full staff, (most of the time) and the head waiters in the main dinning room cater for every persons needs, regardless of where you ate in the windjammer or restaurants. I love this ship and am very sad it wont be coming back to Australia after April 2018, I am booked on again 20th March. I do prefer to eat in the main dinning room for all meals, and I love the salad bar on Deck 3 for lunch. I mainly book my shore tours off the ship when I get to my destination, I have cruised many times 79 in fact and never had a problem, always ask for recommendations before you leave home on the website. The first time cruisers on this cruise didn't realise how lucky they were, we had to ports cancelled and ended up at Luganville, this port is only a 50min taxi or bus ride at a cost of $60 USD from the ship or go out of the port up the hill and book your own guy and barter, they do take Aussie dollars, but we had a little rain there but so worth it to still go, its the most beautiful spot in the South Pacific and there are not many ships that go there, and this was a first for Voyager. Loved all the theme nights but I did feel a few things were scheduled to late, for example the funniest show the Marriage Game at 11pm? the 50 year married ppl were all in bed. but over all we loved it. Read Less
Sail Date January 2018
Voyager of the Seas Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.3
Dining 4.0 3.8
Entertainment 4.0 3.8
Public Rooms 4.5 4.2
Fitness Recreation 5.0 4.1
Family 5.0 4.1
Shore Excursion 3.5 3.5
Enrichment 3.0 3.4
Service 4.5 4.2
Value For Money 4.0 3.8
Rates N/A 4.2

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