Voyager Of The Seas deck 6 plan (Cabins)

Deck layout and review

Review of Voyager Of The Seas deck 6 (Cabins)

Next Cruise office serves the RCI’s onboard cruise booking program and doubles as Loyalty Desk (providing information and assistance regarding the Royal Caribbean loyalty program “Crown & Anchor Society”). By this program, there are 6 levels of membership – Gold (3 points), Platinum (30 points), Emerald (55 points), Diamond (80 points), Diamond Plus (175 points) and Pinnacle Club (700 points). Among the corresponding to each level (status) benefits are Onboard Booking Bonus (savings transferred to future OBC /shipboard credit), exclusive services (invitations, trivia, events, lounge access, concierge, privileges), future cruise booking discount rates (vary by itinerary/cabin category), priority services (check-in, reservations, main dining room seating /table location/size requests), Balcony Cabin/Suite booking discounts, early sales access (a day before the general sale), special offers, bonus gifts and amenities.

Cruise cabins from 6109  to 6694, of which Inside (categories 2T, 3V and 6V), Oceanview staterooms (Oceanview staterooms (categories 1K, 1M, 4M, and 8N), Balcony staterooms (categories 1B, 2B, 3B, 6B, 3D, 4D, and 7D), and the rest are J3-Junior Suites.

Deck plan 6 cabins information: portside and starboard balconies are with in-hull design. Fore-location oceanview rooms have one round-shaped window overlooking the ship’s bow. Many of the forward balcony rooms (portside and starboard) are located above the show lounge on deck 5 below, so noise could be an issue.