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Voyager of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International

Voyager of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International

Spend your days exploring the glamorous Voyager of the Seas. This ship offers 14 decks with the capacity and variety to satisfy every taste.

The largest ship based in Asia, this Voyager Class liner was launched in 1999 was refurbished in March this year to ensure that all the facilities and refinements you’ve come to expect from Royal Caribbean are available in each one of their ships. Holidaymakers can sample what the Voyager has to offer on a wide selection of cruises on the other side of the world that last between three and 16 days all over the South Pacific, Asia and Australasia.

Destinations and Itineraries

Beijing is the home port of this liner until October this year. Short cruises with five or six days on board take passengers to South Korea, calling at the ports of Jeju and Inchon. An alternative itinerary also stops at Busan. The first lengthy cruise takes place on September 6 with 12 night voyage to Japan, which calls a Yokohama, the port for Tokyo, as well as Muroran and Nagasaki. This ancient country's beautiful temples, dramatic natural beauty and lively capital all form part of this tour.

At the end of October the ship then heads south from Singapore on a 14 night Asia repositioning cruise, making three ports of call. The first is Port Kelang in Malaysia, where excursions are organised to Kuala Lumpur and Malacca. The next day the ship is at sea before it makes its first Australian stop at Darwin, followed by Brisbane and then Sydney. The Australian city then becomes its new home for some South Pacific cruises that take in New Zealand, Tasmania, Fiji and New Caledonia. The ship returns to its adventures in Asia in March 2014.

For a tour of the other side of the world, The Voyager of the Seas is the biggest and best choice for fun activities and fine food. Its varied cruise programme ensures that wherever you want to visit Asia, Australasia and the South Pacific, this is the ship that can take you there.

On Board

On Board

At full capacity there are 3,838 passengers on board and there is a wide range of activities and entertainment throughout the ship. There are three swimming pools, one with a water slide, six Jacuzzis, a fitness centre, sauna and steam room. The Studio B Lounge has an ice skating rink, and inline skating has its own dedicated deck area. There is a health spa and beauty salon, aerobics, sports court for basketball or volleyball, a nine-hole golf course, and a jogging track. Children are destined for a great time on the Voyager of the Seas. For teenagers there is the Optix disco. A new feature on selected Royal Caribbean ships including this one is the Dreamworks experience, where passengers can encounter characters from the famous animated films, providing another photo opportunity and a treasured memory.

Staterooms

Staterooms

Of the ship's 1,557 cabins, 939 have an ocean view and 707 have a private balcony. A further 618 are on the interior of the ship. Cabins are medium size with adequate storage space and compact bathrooms. Twin beds convert into a queen sized double. Deluxe suites have bathtubs in the bathrooms and many of the balcony suites have sofa beds to facilitate families. All staterooms have a sitting area, a TV, telephone and safe and independently controlled air conditioning. Room service is available in all cabins.

Dining

Dining

The vast main dining room is split into three decks connected by a sweeping staircase, and offers good food and friendly efficient service. There is a broad range of alternatives, including the Windjammer Cafe, a popular feature of all Royal Caribbean ships that serves hot and cold food and fabulous views. Johnny Rockets is one of the new additions to the ship's eateries, serving traditional burger and fries in an American diner with a 1950s theme. Staying stateside, there is also a Ben & Jerry's ice cream parlour. For a taste of European chic, the Portofino restaurant is the destination for classical Italian cuisine in elegant surroundings, or the Cafe Promenade in the heart of the ship transplants cafe culture to the Royal Promenade.

Deck Plans & Facts

Deck Plans

You will find all the information you need to know about what is on each deck, find your accommodation, which deck the pool is located on.

Cheap Cruise Holidays

With great offers on a range of cruises, booking with Cruise Thomas Cook is a must. If you’re keen to set sail check out our 2014 Cruises and Last Minute Cruises – or if you’re planning ahead browse our 2015 Cruises. For those setting sail from the UK there’s a number of cruises from Southampton to choose from.

Best Cruise Ships

Discover the fun-filled Independence of the Seas, check out the luxurious Oasis of the Seas or go casual when cruising with the Grandeur of the Seas. Part of the P&O Cruise family, the Ventura, Oriana and Azura offer elegant transportation to the world’s best destinations.

More Cruise Ship Choice

For awe-inspiring glass interiors check out the Brilliance of the Seas, or for ice-rinks and fitness centres join the Navigator of the Seas. If you’re after innovation, the Norwegian Epic boasts many unique and wonderful features. The Celebrity Solstice is dubbed a floating paradise and the chic Celebrity Eclipse is effortlessly stylish.

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