Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas
Voyager of the SeasŪ
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Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas
 

Voyager of the SeasŪ

Luxury Cruises with Royal Caribbean

Voyager of the Seas entered service in 1999 and at the time, was one of the biggest and most dazzling ships afloat; it's still regarded as a spectacular floating resort for all the family. Now based in Australia, Hong Kong and Beijing, Voyager now serves the Australasian market but also offers good value for Brits wanting to add a week's casual cruising the South Pacific to, say, a holiday in Sydney.

The ship carries 3,114 guests and has a host of features for young, active cruisers, from a rock-climbing wall to an ice rink, inline skating track, large gym and full-sized basketball court. There's a high-tech theatre offering glitzy shows, as well as a big, lively casino, a pub and two Royal Caribbean trademarks, the Viking Crown Lounge, for beautiful views from atop the ship, and the Schooner Bar, festooned with nautical memorabilia. By day, lounge beside any of the three pools or relax in the sun-filled Solarium. There's also a full-service spa for massages, facials, hair and nails.

Places to eat include three main dining rooms, offering a combination of traditional dinner sittings and freedom to dine when you wish; a casual Windjammer Café for breakfast and lunch al fresco and all-day snacking; a smart Portofino's, offering fine Italian dining; and a Johnny Rocket's diner, serving top-notch burgers. The menus have been adapted all over the ship to suit Australian tastes, which include more emphasis on fresh vegetables and salads, more Asian-fusion dishes and, of course, Vegemite at breakfast.

Accommodation on Voyager of the Seas ranges from inside cabins to ocean view staterooms, balcony cabins (wonderful when the ship is in the luscious South Pacific) and luxurious suites.

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