Voyager Of The Seas deck plans
Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities
Voyager Of The Seas deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (2020-2021-2022 valid floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by Royal Caribbean deckplan pdf (printable version).
Each of the Voyager Of The Seas cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on Voyager Of The Seas staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.
Note: CruiseMapper's Voyager OTS deck plans are valid for 2021-2022 (through March 24, 2022).
Voyager of the Seas cruise ship deck plan shows a total of 1713 staterooms for 3282 passengers (max capacity is 3938 guests), served by 1175 crew/staff. The ship has 14 passenger accessible decks, 14 lounges and bars (8 dining options), 4 swimming pools, 7 outdoor jacuzzies, 2 waterslides, 14 elevators.
Voyager OTS deck plan changes 2019 refurbishment review
The ship was "Royal Amplified" as RCI fleet's 4th vessel redesigned and upgraded by RCI's newest drydock refurbishment program. Voyager OTS also received some fleet-first (and industry-first) features during the scheduled 2019 drydock (September 10 through October 14) in Singapore (at Sembawang Shipyard).
Deckplan changes after ship's renovation 2019 include:
- added "The Perfect Storm" - aquapark with two waterslides (Typhoon and Cyclone).
- added "Battle for Planet Z" (laser tag course) in "Studio B" (ice-skating rink)
- redesigned "Adventure Ocean" (kids facilities), upgraded kids programming (children 3-12 yo)
- added Royal Babies and Tots Nursery (for babies and toddlers). Until 2019, Voyager OTS was RCI's only liner without a nursery.
- Teenagers exclusive hangout was updated and was added an adjacent outdoor laid-back/sun deck.
- Ship's wellness complex (Vitality Spa and Fitness Center) on Deck 12 was enhanced and enlarged. The complex was relocated from forward to aft.
- A total of 72 new staterooms (interior and balcony) were added. New "family cabin" categories were introduced - CB (Connecting Balcony), CO (Connecting Oceanview), CP (Connecting Promenade Interior) and CI (Connecting Interior).
- An exclusive Suite Lounge (with an outdoor seating area) was added for passengers booked in Grand Suite and above.
- Diamond Lounge was created for "Crown and Anchor Society" members (by RCI's loyalty program).
Ship's Royal Amplified 2019 drydock project cost USD 97 million.
Voyager OTS deck plan changes 2018 refurbishment review
Ship’s drydock 2018 refurbishment resulted in the following deckplan changes:
- On Sports Deck 13, the RCI’s signature waterslides “Cyclone” and “Typhoon” were installed (next to the FlowRider simulator).
- On Spa Deck 12 (aft), the new “Slashaway Bay” kids aqua park was added. This is an interactive water play area (with cannons and geysers) replacing the old Outdoor Youth Area (aka “back deck”).
- The new water park and the duo of waterslides were first introduced on the ships Liberty of the Seas and Harmony of the Seas (Oasis-class).
Voyager Of The Seas deckplan changes 2014 refurbishment review
The list of deckplan changes after May 2014 drydock included:
- (On deck 2) 4 new oceanview cabins were added in the place of the Board Room (starboard). Also, the Theatre was renamed from “Coral” to “La Scala”.
- (On deck 3) 19 new interior cabins (category Q) were added in the area of “The Vault” (Disco Nightclub, 297 seats). Also here, the “Photo & Art Gallery” (starboard) was renamed to “Focus”. It was also reduced in size, making space for 15 new Oceanview cabins (category I). Another 5 cabins were added portside. Main Dining Room was renamed from “Carmen” to “Sapphire” (level 1).
- (On deck 4) “The Vault” was replaced by “Giovanni’s Table” (Italian restaurant). The “Aquarium Bar” (portside section) was replaced with “The Tavern”, and its starboard section – with “Art Gallery”. Also here, the Main Dining Room was renamed from “La Boheme” to “Sapphire” (level 2).
- (On deck 5) the show lounge was renamed from “Cleopatra’s Needle” to “Star Lounge”. The “Connoisseur Club” was renamed to “The Golden Room”. The “Ben and Jerry’s” was renamed to “Ice Cream Parlor “. The “Champagne Bar” was replaced with the “R-Bar”. The Main Dining Room was renamed from “Magic Flute” to “Sapphire” (level 3).
- (On deck 6) an interior room (number 6137, forward) was added and the “Business Services” desk was renamed to “Next Cruise”.
- (On deck 7) an interior room (number 7139, forward) was added.
- (On deck 8) an interior room (number 8237, forward) was added and the “Royal Caribbean Online” was renamed to “RC Online”.
- (On deck 9) an interior room (number 9237, forward) was added and some Inside cabins were converted to Virtual Balcony (category VB) staterooms.
- (On deck 10) an interior room (number 1233) was added. Stateroom categories were changed – from category L to K, and some were converted to VB-Virtual Balcony.
- (On Lido Deck 11) in the main pool area, a huge movie screen (outdoor theatre) was installed. Also here, the “Bridge Overlook” was renamed to “Peek-A-Boo Bridge”. The “Day Spa & Fitness Center” was renamed to “Vitality at Sea”. The Portofino restaurant was replaced with “Chops Grille” (steakhouse). During the refurbishment, the “Island Grill” bar and the “Florist” shop were both removed.
- (On Spa Deck 12) spa cabins were added around the ship’s bow area. The “Optix Teen Disco” was renamed to “Teen Disco” and the “Video Arcade” was added. The “Adventure Beach” kids play area was renamed to “Outdoor Youth Area”.
- (On deck 13) the In-line Skating Track was replaced with the FlowRider simulator.
- (On deck 14) the portside-location rooms “Cloud Nine” and “Seven Hearts were replaced with the “Izumi” (Asian restaurant). The starboard-location “19th Hole” lounge was replaced with the “Diamond Club” – a signature venue for “Crown & Anchor” (RCI loyalty program) members only.
- Cabin amenities were upgraded with new flat TVs in all cruise staterooms.
- Digital signage (way finders) on several decks were installed. These touch-screen boards allow you to know your way around the ship.
- Wi-Fi coverage was upgraded to shipwide.
- Onboard entertainment options were upgraded with the “DreamWorks Experience” (themed characters entertainment).
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