- Occupancy: 3,114
- Crew and staff: 1,176
- Tonnage: 137,276
- Length: 311m
- Cruise Speed: 24 knots
- Launched: 1999
- Refurbished: November 2014
Voyager of the Seas is based in the Southern Hemisphere offering cruises sailing from Australia and New Zealand in summer and during UK summer and cruises throughout Asia departing from Hong Kong in winter.
Food & Drink
The main dining room is vast, spanning three levels which each named after an Opera; Magic, Flute, Carmen and La Boheme. Guests can choose from fixed dining times or the more flexible ‘My Time Dining’ option.
For a less formal dining experience then the self-service Windjammer Café offers an array of options for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There’s also some classic comfort food on offer at 1950s style American diner, Johnny Rockets.
New dining options on board include Azumi which serves authentic Japanese cuisine, and Giovanni’s Table offering fine Italian food. Royal Caribbean favourite Chop’s Grill has a new menu but the same great American Steakhouse atmosphere.
The La Scala theatre has an opulent interior inspired by its namesake in Milan. In this stunning venue, guests can enjoy full production shows incorporating the songs to from some of the greatest Broadway hit musicals.
There are some spectacular acrobatics and dancing on offer on the ice rink and entertainment venue Studio B with professional skaters wowing audiences throughout the cruise. When it’s not in use for shows, passengers can take a break from the sun and improve their skating skills.
Those feeling lucky can visit the Casino Royale and enjoy all of the best table games as well as hundreds of slot machines.
Newly installed in the 2014 redevelopment is a 3D movie theatre allowing guests to see great movies in stunning 3D. There’s also an outdoor movie screen by the pool which also hosts big screen videogames challenges.
The Vault is the ship’s nightclub and is the perfect destination for guests looking to unwind and dance after a long day of sightseeing.
There are three pools on board including the adventure beach family area with a slide included, as well as six relaxing whirlpools.
There are plenty of activities available for those who like to keep active. Voyager of the Seas was one of the first ships to include a rock climbing wall and it remains a great physical challenge to this day with lessons available for beginners. There’s also a full size sports courts where teams can enjoy games of basketball and volleyball. Newly installed is the FlowRider Surf simulator allowing guests to enjoy some waves without ever leaving the ship. There’s also a putting green for those looking to sharpen their gold skills.
The Spa and Fitness centre offers exercise classes, a well-equipped gym, a range of therapies in the 14 treatment rooms as well as a full service beauty salon.
There's an amazing assortment of reading material available in the two-decked library which is open 24 hours a day.