Voyager Of The Seas

Voyager Of The Seas Review and Specifications

Specifications of Voyager Of The Seas

Year built1999  /  Age : 19
Flag state Bahamas
BuilderKvaerner Masa-Yards (Turku, STX Finland)
ClassVoyager
Building costUSD 650 million
OwnerRoyal Caribbean Cruises Ltd
OperatorRoyal Caribbean International
Speed24 kn / 44 kph / 28 mph
Length (LOA)311 m / 1020 ft
Beam (width)47 m / 154 ft
Gross Tonnage137276 gt
Passengers3282 - 3938
Crew1180
Passengers-to-space ratio35
Decks15
Cabins1641
Decks with cabins8
Last Refurbishment2018
Christened byKatarina Witt

Current itinerary of Voyager Of The Seas

Voyager Of The Seas current cruise is 3 days, round-trip Penang Weekend. Prices start from USD 391 (double occupancy rates). The itinerary starts on 07 Dec, 2018 and ends on 10 Dec, 2018.

Date / TimePort
07 Dec 16:30      Departing from Singapore   
08 Dec 14:30 - 23:00     Pulau Penang Island, Georgetown, Malaysia   
10 Dec 08:00      Arriving in Singapore   

Review of Voyager Of The Seas

Launched in 1999, Voyager of the Seas is the first Voyager-class Royal Caribbean ship, followed by Adventure, Explorer, Navigator and Mariner. At the time it entered service, Royal Caribbean's Voyager of the Seas was the largest cruise liner in the world, heralded as the most revolutionary ship ever built.

History - construction and ownership

Royal Caribbean International (RCI) is an US company, trademarked brand and subsidiary owned by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (RCCL, shipowner). RCI was established in 1968 and currently has over 1/5 of the worldwide cruise market. RCI also has RCCL's largest fleet as both number of vessels and GT tonnage (ship sizes and capacities). All Royal Caribbean liners have names ending with "of the Seas".

Voyager Of The Seas cruise ship (Royal Caribbean)

The 137,276-ton, 3,114-passenger cruise ship Voyager of the Seas has been bypassed in size and conveniences by the Freedom-class trio and the massive Oasis-class twins. However, it's still between the largest ships in the world, with a range of the most uncruise-like places at sea. The most revolutionary ship ever built forever changed the world of cruising with such never-before-seen facilities as an ice skating rink/TV studio/concert arena, rock-climbing wall, in-line skating track, horizontal atrium (now known as the Royal Promenade), and inside staterooms with a view. The rock-climbing walls are now aboard each Royal Caribbean cruise liner, and the ice skating rink and other facilities might also be enjoyed on the line's other four Voyager-class vessels, three Freedom-class and a pair of Oasis-class ships. However, Voyager of the Seas is still exciting.

Cruise itinerary program

Voyager of the Seas itinerary program is based on Australia and New Zealand cruises out of Sydney. In the summer, Voyager sails in Asia with departures out of Hong Kong and Tianjin. On reposition cuises between Australia and Asia, the vessel visits Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore.

Ship's season 2018-2019 (April through June) has Royal Caribbean's longest-ever Southeast Asian cruise program. The ship has scheduled all 90 departures (3 to 9-nights itineraries) leaving roundtrip from Singapore, including:

  • 3-day weekend cruises to Malaysia (Penang-Klang)
  • 4-day to Malaysia and Thailand (Penang-Phuket)
  • 5-day to Klang-Penang-Phuket
  • 5-day to Laem Chabang (Bangkok overnight)
  • 7-day to Klang-Penang-Langkawi-Phuket (overnight)
  • plus B2Bs (back-to-back cruises)

Cabins

Voyager Of The Seas has a total of 1555 cabins (of which 119 Suites, 638 Balcony rooms, 499 Insides) in 25 grades. Almost 50% of ship's accommodations have private balcony views. 26 are the wheelchair accessible rooms. Voyager also features 81 Virtual Balcony rooms. The largest aboard Voyager of the Seas are the Royal Suites (1090 ft2 - more than 100 m2!).

Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks

From the meals in the Sapphire Restaurant, ship's main dining rooms, to the buffet choices in Windjammer Cafe and options available at 24-hour Cafe Promenade, food aboard Voyager of the Seas is well prepared with plentiful choices, especially considering ship's capacity.

Windjammer buffet restaurant offers an egg station at breakfast and a carving station at lunch. Vegetarians will do better in the MDR at lunch. The buffet features the items offered on the main dining room menu. The Italian-themed Giovanni’s Table charges a US$20 per-person cover charge (specialty beverages, wine, beer and soda are paid separately), and offers a multi-course meal. Johnny Rockets is another specialty eatery, 1950's-style burger joint, where passengers can indulge in hot dogs, burgers, chili fries and onion rings.

Voyager Of The Seas cruise ship (Royal Caribbean)

Follows the complete list of Voyager of the Seas restaurants and food bars.

  • Sapphire Restaurant (839-seat aft Dining Room)
  • Windjammer Cafe lido buffet restaurant (310-seat, offers Early Breakfast at 6:30 a.m., Breakfast between 7:00-11:30 a.m., Lunch 11.30-3:30 p.m. and Dinner 6.30-9:00 p.m.)
  • Johnny Rockets Restaurant (80-seat burger bar, extra fee applied)
  • Giovanni’s Table (Italian specialty restaurant, reservations recommended)
  • Chops Grille (80-seat steakhouse/seafood)
  • The Tavern
  • Izumi (Japanese cuisine).

Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport

During the day, cruisers will find plenty of activities aboard Voyager of the Seas, such as bingo, art auctions, dance lessons, seminars, rock-climbing wall competitions and even sexy man contests. Poolside, a live band plays a blend of American and Caribbean songs. Nighttime features the gorgeous La Scala Theater inspired by the legendary La Scala in Milan, Italy. Decor elements include a stage velvet curtain with jewel-like embellishments and Murano glass chandelier. The theater sets the scene for exciting Broadway-style production shows. The ice skating show is another must-see.

Voyager Of The Seas cruise ship (Royal Caribbean)

Onboard Voyager of the Seas clothing is casual during the day. Evenings dress is either casual, smart casual or formal. On casual nights, suggested clothing is sports shirts and slacks for men and sundresses or pants for women. On smart casual nights, men have to wear a jacket and a tie, while women wear dresses or pantsuits. On the formal evenings (one or two per cruise), men might choose between tuxedos or suits and ties, while women wear cocktail dresses.

Additional amenities include: Complimentary 24-hour Room-Service, Supervised Youth program, Internet/WiFi Access, Laundry.

Royal Caribbean Voyager-class ship (Adventure, Explorer, Mariner, Navigator, Voyager)

Follows the complete list of Voyager of the Seas lounges, clubs and other entertainment venues for kids, teens and adults.

  • La Scala Theatre (1347-seat, features two grand productions per night with dance, acrobatics, comedy and game shows)
  • Screening Room (54-seat cinema)
  • Studio B Lounge (700-seat indoor ice-skating rink; also serves as a spot for ice shows, cooking demos, game parties)
  • Focus Photo Gallery and Shop; Art Gallery (art auctions are organized in the Cleopatra’s Needle Lounge)
  • The Centrum (social hub); Star Lounge; The Golden Room (Casino Royale invitation-only VIP guests lounge); Next Cruise Lounge; Concierge Club (26-seat; suite and past guests only); Viking Crown Lounge and Bar; Diamond Club Lounge and Bar (27-seat; past guests only); High Notes Lounge and Bar (60-seat jazz club) with Crows Nest (70-seat observation room)
  • Schooner Bar (150-seat piano bar); 130-seat lobby bar; Ben and Jerry’s ice cream bar; R Bar; Pig and Whistle English Pub (40-seat); Duck and Dog English pub (75-seat); Pool Bar; Sky Bar
  • Casino Royale (500-seat)
  • Cafe Promenade (108-seat, 24-hour; serves snacks and drinks, as well as Starbucks specialty coffee)
  • Royal Promenade Boutiques (perfumes, jewellry, duty free alcohol, general store, logo/souvenirs); Sea Trek Dive Shop
  • Royal Caribbean Online center (Internet computers room; 24-hour)
  • Vitality at Sea Spa and Fitness Center; 7 jacuzzis; 4 pools
  • Solarium lounge (includes Park Cafe, pool bar and adults only pool area)
  • Outdoor movie screen
  • Video Games Arcade; Optix Teen Disco club; Living Room teen lounge area; Royal Babies and Tots Nursery
  • Adventure Ocean kids lounge area
  • Sports Court (golf simulator, table tennis, basketball court); Jogging Track; Rock-climbing Wall; Voyager Dunes Golf Course
  • Skylight Wedding Chapel (40-seat, provides religious services).

Voyager Of The Seas wiki

  • Royal Caribbean's Voyager is the line's first Voyager-class ship. Her younger sisters in the RCI fleet are AdventureExplorerMarinerNavigator.
  • Voyager was built in 1999 by the Finnish company Kvaerner Masa - the shipbuilder of all vessels in this class. The shipbuiling company is now part of STX Europe, a division of STX - the South Korean ship building giant. Voyager was the world's biggest cruise ship at the time of its launch. They used to call her "floating sea'" because of the ship's unique and innovative design. All vessels in the Voyager-class were the biggest ocean liners in the world untill the arrival of the Cunard liner RMS Queen Mary 2 in 2004.
  • The Voyager ship was christened on the 20th of November 1999 (the inaugural cruise was on the next day). The vessel's godmother is the notorious figure skater (Playboy model) Katarina Witt.
  • Fun fact is, that Voyager is the first ever cruise vessel to have an ice skating rink, and rock climbing wall, and also the marble-paved Royal Promenade street (approximately 3/4 of the ship's length).

Itineraries 2016-2017 Asia charters

In 2017-2018, the ship was also operated under charter for roundtrips out of Singapore. The charterer was the travel agency TIRUN Travel Marketing - RCCL's exclusive representative for India. The scheduled cruise ship charter itineraries ranged from 3- to 8-night in length and targeted specifically Indian passengers. Among the visited ports were Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur), Thailand (Phuket, Bangkok), Vietnam (Da NangNha TrangPenang).

Voyager Of The Seas refurbishment 2016 refurbishment review

Ship’s drydock 2018 refurbishment resulted in the following deck plan 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 refurbishment 2014 refurbishment review

The list of deckplan changes after ship's May 2014 drydock refurbishment includes:

  • (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 “Conniusseur 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 theater) 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 (wayfinders) 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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Voyager Of The Seas Itineraries

The below listed Voyager Of The Seas cruise prices on itineraries are only indicative and Per Person (in US dollars, based on double occupancy). These are the cheapest Royal Caribbean fares on the ship’s lowest category cabins available for booking. Cruise fares typically change with departure dates approaching, last minute deals, discounts, promotions, independent travel agency offers.

DateCruise NameDeparture PortPrice from
2018 Nov 09 3 days, round-trip Penang Weekend Singapore
2018 Nov 12 4 days, round-trip Port Klang & Phuket Singapore
2018 Nov 16 3 days, round-trip Penang Weekend Singapore$433
2018 Nov 19 4 days, round-trip Port Klang & Phuket Singapore$356
2018 Nov 23 3 days, round-trip Port Klang Weekend Singapore$479
2018 Nov 26 4 days, round-trip Port Klang & Phuket Singapore$496
2018 Nov 30 3 days, round-trip Penang Weekend Singapore$356
2018 Dec 03 4 days, round-trip Port Klang & Phuket Singapore$363
2018 Dec 07 3 days, round-trip Penang Weekend Singapore$391
2018 Dec 10 4 days, round-trip Port Klang & Phuket Singapore$377
2018 Dec 14 3 days, round-trip Penang Weekend Singapore$475
2018 Dec 17 3 days, round-trip Port Klang Getaway Singapore$377
2018 Dec 20 4 days, round-trip Port Klang & Phuket Singapore$643
2018 Dec 24 5 days, round-trip Spice Of Southeast Asia Holiday Singapore$979
2018 Dec 29 5 days, round-trip Spice Of Southeast Asia Holiday Singapore$594
2019 Jan 03 4 days, round-trip Port Klang & Phuket Singapore$370
2019 Jan 07 7 days, round-trip Spice Of Southeast Asia Singapore$538
2019 Jan 14 4 days, round-trip Port Klang & Phuket Singapore$426
2019 Jan 18 3 days, round-trip Penang Weekend Singapore$459
2019 Jan 21 4 days, round-trip Port Klang & Phuket Singapore$426
2019 Jan 25 3 days, round-trip Penang Weekend Singapore$342
2019 Jan 28 5 days, round-trip Bangkok Overnight Singapore$433
2019 Feb 02 4 days, round-trip Cny - Port Klang & Phuket Singapore$559
2019 Feb 06 5 days, round-trip Cny - Spice Of Southeast Asia Singapore$776
2019 Feb 11 4 days, round-trip Port Klang & Phuket Singapore$370
2019 Feb 15 3 days, round-trip Penang Weekend Singapore$342
2019 Feb 18 4 days, round-trip Port Klang & Phuket Singapore$426
2019 Feb 22 3 days, round-trip Penang Weekend Singapore$342
2019 Feb 25 4 days, round-trip Port Klang & Phuket Singapore$426
2019 Mar 01 3 days, round-trip Penang Weekend Singapore$321
2019 Mar 04 7 days, round-trip Spice Of Southeast Asia Singapore$1140
2019 Mar 11 3 days, round-trip Penang Getaway Singapore$349
2019 Mar 14 4 days, round-trip Penang & Phuket Singapore$566
2019 Mar 18 4 days, round-trip Penang & Phuket Singapore$510
2019 Mar 22 8 days, one-way from Singapore to Hong Kong Singapore$1217
2019 Apr 23 7 days, one-way from Hong Kong to Singapore Hong Kong$839
2019 Apr 30 3 days, round-trip Port Klang & Malacca Singapore$314
2019 May 03 3 days, round-trip Port Klang & Malacca Singapore$307
2019 May 06 4 days, round-trip Penang & Phuket Singapore$391
2019 May 10 3 days, round-trip Port Klang & Malacca Singapore$307
2019 May 13 4 days, round-trip Penang & Phuket Singapore$391
2019 May 17 3 days, round-trip Port Klang & Malacca Singapore$321
2019 May 20 4 days, round-trip Penang & Phuket Singapore$405
2019 May 24 3 days, round-trip Port Klang & Malacca Singapore$335
2019 May 27 4 days, round-trip Penang & Phuket Singapore$412
2019 May 31 3 days, round-trip Port Klang & Malacca Singapore$335
2019 Jun 03 4 days, round-trip Penang & Phuket Singapore$426
2019 Jun 07 3 days, round-trip Port Klang & Malacca Singapore$335
2019 Jun 10 4 days, round-trip Penang & Phuket Singapore$433
2019 Jun 14 3 days, round-trip Port Klang & Malacca Singapore$335
2019 Jun 17 4 days, round-trip Penang & Phuket Singapore$468
2019 Jun 21 3 days, round-trip Port Klang & Malacca Singapore$321
2019 Jun 24 5 days, round-trip Spice Of Southeast Asia Singapore$643
2019 Jun 29 9 days, one-way from Singapore to Hong Kong Singapore$1588
2019 Jul 08 4 days, round-trip Nha Trang Hong Kong$551
2019 Jul 12 9 days, round-trip Best Of Japan Hong Kong$1362
2019 Jul 21 5 days, round-trip Chan May & Nha Trang Hong Kong$785
2019 Jul 26 5 days, round-trip Okinawa & Ishigaki Hong Kong$1133
2019 Jul 31 9 days, round-trip Best Of Japan Hong Kong$1420
2019 Aug 09 5 days, round-trip Okinawa & Ishigaki Hong Kong$1133
2019 Aug 14 7 days, round-trip Japan & Philippines Hong Kong$1303
2019 Aug 21 4 days, round-trip Best Of Chan May Hong Kong$796
2019 Sep 03 7 days, one-way from Hong Kong to Singapore Hong Kong$811
2019 Oct 18 3 days, round-trip Port Klang & Malacca Weekend Singapore$713
2019 Oct 21 4 days, round-trip Penang & Phuket Singapore$426
2019 Oct 25 3 days, round-trip Port Klang & Malacca Weekend Singapore$342
2019 Oct 28 4 days, round-trip Penang & Phuket Singapore$475
2019 Nov 01 3 days, round-trip Port Klang & Malacca Weekend Singapore$342
2019 Nov 04 4 days, round-trip Penang & Phuket Singapore$433
2019 Nov 08 3 days, round-trip Port Klang & Malacca Weekend Singapore$328
2019 Nov 11 5 days, round-trip Spice Of Southeast Asia Singapore$503
2019 Nov 16 14 days, one-way from Singapore to Sydney Singapore$1049
2019 Nov 30 3 days, round-trip Sampler Sydney$398
2019 Dec 03 9 days, round-trip South Pacific Sydney$930
2019 Dec 12 8 days, round-trip Queensland Sydney$825
2019 Dec 20 9 days, round-trip South Pacific Holiday Sydney$1196
2019 Dec 29 12 days, round-trip South Pacific & Fiji Holiday Sydney$1602
2020 Jan 10 12 days, round-trip South Pacific Sydney$993
2020 Jan 22 9 days, round-trip South Pacific Sydney$769
2020 Jan 31 3 days, round-trip Sampler Sydney$433
2020 Feb 03 2 days, round-trip Sampler Sydney$286
2020 Feb 05 14 days, round-trip South Pacific & Fiji Sydney$1056
2020 Feb 19 6 days, round-trip Tasmania Sydney$454
2020 Feb 25 11 days, round-trip South Pacific Sydney$825
2020 Mar 07 11 days, round-trip South Pacific Sydney$839
2020 Mar 18 10 days, round-trip South Pacific Sydney$853
2020 Mar 28 2 days, round-trip Sampler Sydney$251
2020 Mar 30 10 days, round-trip South Pacific Sydney$867
2020 Apr 09 10 days, round-trip South Pacific Sydney$839
2020 Apr 19 14 days, one-way from Sydney to Singapore Sydney$1301