Built for fun, adventure and relaxation, Royal Caribbean's Voyager of the Seas showcases just what is possible when it comes to a cruise ship holiday. From action-packed activities to mouthwatering dining options and dazzling entertainment every evening, a cruise on this incredible ship will be nothing short of the holiday of a lifetime.
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As well as the fun-filled family pool areas and kids clubs, Voyager of the Seas also boasts rock climbing walls, surf simulators, mini golf and sports courts to name just a few highlights to keep the kids entertained on days at sea.
There are plenty of options to get wet for guests of all ages on Voyager of the Seas. Young ones will love the Adventure Beach family pool area featuring children’s pools and a water slide. Meanwhile, the adult-only Ancient Rome themed Solarium is a peaceful pool area with a tranquil setting.
Whether you fancy a juicy 50s style burger or a five course meal, the choice is yours onboard Voyager of the Seas. Spread over three decks, the main dining room offers the best in traditional cruise dining while there are many other food and drink venues to sample such as Windjammer Café, Portofinos and Johnny Rockets.
From morning to night, you are spoilt for choice with the entertainment options on Voyager of the Seas with La Scala Theatre bringing you the best Broadway shows. Alternatively, take in the world-class ice shows performed in one of the few ice rinks at sea or feel the buzz of the onboard nightclub.
There’s a bar or lounge venue for all moods and tastes with Voyager of the Seas, from late-night discos to cosy English pubs and Champagne bars, you’re sure to find your favourite haunt in no time.
Very impressed with "Voyager of the sea "The overall experience was just what we wanted. However the excursions really did let the side down. As an example, the trip from leam chabang into Bangkok takes 2.5 hours on a good day. The trip into ho chi Minh city takes 3 hours. Both these excursions leave you with about an hour to look around before returning to the coach to make the 3 hour journey back to ships birth. It has crossed my mind to book a cruise on smaller boats in the hope that that can pull in closer to the attractions
enjoyable short cruise, ship was fine, cabin was clean with good shower, service was generally impeccable , food good the trips were well organised, entertainment disappointing in main theatre - didn't know many of the songs from the 'songs from broadway' show or 'songs from the movies' show. entertainment in bars was good
The ship itself was a little tired looking and could have done with a coat of paint etc. But the crew and staff were excellent and was always happy to help with any inquiries that you had. The choice of foods in the restaurant s were excellent.
Never been on a cruise so didn't know what to expect. The whole experience was brilliant. Facilities on board were excellent as were all of the staff, they could not do enough for you. Food was of a very good standard and plenty of choice. Cabin was excellent and always clean and tidy. Over out of 10 at least 11