Voyager Of The Seas Cruise Ship: Expert Reviews & Passport Information

Voyager of the Seas Overview

Length Overall1020 Feet(311 meters)
Under Flag ofBahamas
Built ByKvaerner Masa-Yards
Width (Beam)154 feet(47 meters)
Tonnage75904  Gross Ton
Year Built1999
Cost to Build at Time$650,000,000
Owner and/or Operated byRoyal Caribbean Cruises Ltd
Speed in Knots/mph24 knots, 28 mph
Number of Passengers3282 – 3938
Number of Crew1180
Decks with Cabins8
Last Refurbishment2014-2018

Cruise Overview

Voyager of The Seas – A City of Its OwnWith the Voyager-class cruise ships classified as the eight largest in the world, Voyager of the Seas gives the term “luxury cruise” an entirely new, heightened meaning.

The perfect choice if you are looking to book a cruise with the entire family. This ship boasts absolutely everything needed to both impress and keeps everyone entertained at all times. Measuring in at a staggering 138,000 tons with a capacity of up to 3,114 guests, Voyager of the Seas quite literally feels like a city in its own right.

The Royal Promenade is the central focal point of its entire structure. It is length stretching across three-quarters of the ship. Acting as a convenient meeting place and a busy, vibrant hub for entertainment, this four-story atrium offers a variety of bars, eateries, and live music.

Departure and Destination Information

Royal Carribean Voyager of the Seas:

The Voyager class, 3,938 passenger Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas is owned by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.

The Voyager of the Seas cruise plan is based on Australia and New Zealand cruises sailing from Sydney. During the summer season, Voyager sails around Asia with departures out of Hong Kong and Tianjin. It also visits Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore.

The ship sails under the flag of Bahamas.






Design For Comfort And Convenience

Specifically designed to be comfortable and convenient, Voyager of the Seas’ staterooms are available in a variety of different options. Ranging from 265-square-foot Junior Suites all the way up to the expansive Royal Suites complete with a separate living area. A baby grand piano. Expansive balcony, almost every living preference you can get here.

Voyager of the Seas is Sports Ready

The Voyager-class range of cruise ships is widely known for their emphasis on sports. Voyager of the Seas is certainly no exception.

Offering a full-size basketball court, rock-climbing wall, aerobics studio, and fitness center, there is always something waiting to entertain you on the sporting front. But, if sports aren’t your thing, there are still plenty of other amenities for you to enjoy. Amenities such as a three-story theater and jazz club. Not to mention the array of restaurants, cafes, and bars guaranteed to suit almost all dietary requirements and tastes.

Book a cruise with Voyager of the Seas today. You can lock in your luxury vacation aboard one of the world’s most expansive and sophisticated cruise ships.



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