A guide to Voyager Of The Seas

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As one of the world’s largest passenger ships, you’d expect Voyager Of The Seas to offer more than its fair share of things to do – and you’d be right. En route to a range of destinations – including China, New Zealand and Tasmania – you can busy yourself with ice skating, rock climbing and more. When you’re not relaxing, that is!

We currently offer a number of trips on Voyager Of The Seas. Take a look at some of the current destinations here.

A bit of history

Building on Voyager Of The Seas was completed in 1999 by Kvaerner Masa Yards in Finland. Her maiden voyage came later that year. Her Godmother is Katarina Witt, German figure skater.

Things to do on board

You’re sure to find plenty of things to keep you entertained across Voyager Of The Seas’ 15 decks.

If rest and relaxation is your goal, look no further. The ship boasts a fantastic day spa, beauty salon, solarium, six whirlpools and a number of swimming pools – great for kicking back between stops.

And if you want to let off a bit more steam, the on-board gym, rock climbing wall, golf simulator, 9-hole miniature golf course and jogging tracks should help to keep you in shape.

Dining on Voyager Of The Seas

Do you like to broaden your horizons when it comes to food, or are you particular about what you eat? Either way, with four great restaurants on board, you’ll surely find something to whet your appetite.

Portofíno – classic Italian food in an intimate setting.

Johnny Rockets – an old-style American diner, serving delicious burgers, fries and more.

Windjammer Café – no-frills, down-to-earth grub. Ideal for a quick snack or a laid-back evening dinner.

Café Promenade – a relaxing café in the Royal Promenade, serving pizzas, sandwiches, coffees and more.

Ice cream parlour – need we say more? More flavours than you can shake an ice cream cone at – perfect for cooling down on an activity-packed day.

Accommodation

Whether you’re on a budget or looking for the height of luxury, there are rooms to suit you on board Voyager Of The Seas.

The ship’s interior rooms provide the most basic accommodation – but you’ll still enjoy comfortable, spacious surroundings, complete with luxurious bedding, a seating area, a TV, telephone, safe and a private bathroom with a shower and hairdryer. Then there are the outside staterooms, all of which provide all of the above as well as beautiful ocean views.

For a bit more luxury, the balcony suites come with your own private balcony – great for relaxing in the sea air.

And finally, the suites and deluxe staterooms offer the very best surroundings during your time on board, with the added options of complementary concierge service, priority check-in and departure, and a luggage valet service.

Facts about Voyager Of The Seas

Weight: 137,276 tons
Length: 311 metres (1,020 feet)
Beam: 47.4 metres (156 feet)
Draft: 8 metres (26 feet)
Decks: 15
Cruising speed: 27.3 mph (43.9 km/h, 23.7 knots)
Maximum guest capacity: 3,840

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Alyssa Beit

Alyssa lives in Sydney, NSW. Born on the 14th October and is a Social and Human Service Assistant at Cruise 1st Australia. She is in her early 40’s and loves tranquility on luxury cruises.

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