Voyager of the Seas Back to Southeast Asia

By ,   May 9, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

Royal Caribbean's Voyager of the Seas, one of the largest cruisers in Asia, is back to Southeast Asia for ship's longest-running program from now through June 2019.

The vessel will be making a combined total of 74 visits to Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), Langkawi and Penang, more than 66 itineraries.

These are among the 90 voyages of 3-9 nights from Singapore to popular regional destinations that also include Bangkok and Phuket.

Voyager of the Seas cruise ship

The cruise ship has 15 decks and accommodates 4,269 passengers. Voyager of the Seas offers various entertainment and activities exclusive to the cruise line like the Royal Promenade boulevard of duty-free boutiques, full-sized sports court with FlowRider surf simulator and rock-climbing wall, an ice-skating rink.

Moreover, there is a 3-tier theatre and DreamWorks Entertainment popular with passengers of all ages, featuring ‘celebrity’ characters in parades, photo opportunities and character breakfasts.

The choice of accommodation ranges from luxurious suites to Promenade staterooms that offer views overlooking the ship's Royal Promenade and Virtual Balcony interior staterooms showing real-time views of the ocean and visited destinations.