Voyager of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International

AT A GLANCE

Ship Info

What's Included

Included

  • Shipboard accommodations Ocean transportation Most meals Some beverages Most entertainment aboard the vessel

Not Included

  • Airfare Transfers Items of a personal nature government taxes and fees additional Anything not listed as included

Ship Overview

Inaugural Sailing
1999
Tonnage
138000 Tons
Public Decks
14
Passenger Capacity
3114
Crew
1180
Registry
Information was not provided

Reviews and Recommendations for Voyager of the Seas

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By: Denmick


Reviewed on: 11 Dec 2015

Overall great service. Buffet in Windjammer could have a bit more variety. Seafood would be good. Not enough seating or maybe people were too greedy. Accomodation was fantastic, the Fine dining on level 3 was also great. Our waiters could not have given us any better attention. Specialty restaurants also excellent ..great trip and have booked again on Royal Caribbean with Ovation of the Seas in January 2017

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By: Sacha1269


Reviewed on: 10 Dec 2015

The ship was very nice. Service was mostly great. The food chooses where ok to average. I did ask for the gratuities to be refund so I can do it directly which I did but I am still waiting for the refund.

Great Cruise

By: Railroader


Reviewed on: 27 Jan 2016

The 14-day cruise around New Zealand provided a terrific taste for the country. The side trips at the seven stops provided a nice variety of urban, rural and historic venues. Cruising through the "fjords" on the last day provide a very nice ending. The fact that the cruise originated and ended in Sydney results in two sea days at both ends of the cruise but amenities on the ship are adequate to make those days enjoyable. Having cruised before with Royal Caribbean we knew what to expect. We actually enjoyed the interior design of some of the facilities better than most cruise ships, including some newer ones. Food was adequate; typical of cruise ships. Staff were fine although some had more trouble with English than on some cruises. The only complaint we had was that disembarkation was poorly organized as there were huge crowds in the baggage claim area all at one time. We've gotten off of much bigger ships with much less hassle.
Travel Advisor:  Eleanor Hardy