Voyager of the Seas
Launched in 1999, the revolutionary Voyager of the Seas was RCI's first "Project Eagle" ship. At almost 137,300 gt she dwarfs all other cruise liners with the exception of her sister ships. Despite the fact that she can carry more than 3,800 passengers, she never feels crowded due to her sheer size. Too wide to ever traverse the Panama Canal, she will cruise year around for Royal Caribbean in the Caribbean.
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- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
Michael Carter 66 13 Western Caribbean36 users found this review helpful.
The worst we have ever been on. This was a gift from my wife and me to our 3 children, their spouses, and our 9 grandchildren. We will not return to Royal Caribbean. Main Dining Room was...read more
Eric B - Oregon 37 1 Key West-Nassau-Coco Cay4 users found this review helpful.
This was our first cruise and probably ruined our chances of ever doing it again. The ship was very crowded, particularly full of children. The entire pool deck was constantly covered in 15 year...read more
MRS MITCHELL 35 1 Caribbean cruise7 users found this review helpful.
We cruised on the Royal Caribbean, Voyager of the Sea-26Dec2010-2Jan2011. We visited Mexico, Honduras and Belize. The Ocean tossed the boat like it wasï»¿ nothing and the cabins are small to the...read more
Kevin Bolin 28 1 Western Caribbean17 users found this review helpful.
Overall we had a wonderful experience and canâ€™t wait to go on our next cruise. I think we may become cruiser for the fact of being able to see different places and even going to the same...read more
Stephen Smith 46 7 Western Caribbean22 users found this review helpful.
Day 1 Embarkation: Nov 28, 10 Getting to the port was a breeze as we had already sailed out of Galveston twice before. We spent the night at the Hilton on Seawall Blvd. Sat. night so we...read more
Matt Rice 37 4 Carribean17 users found this review helpful.
This was our first cruise as a family. We had been on 2 Norwegian and 1 Carnival cruises prior to this one. We picked this ship because of the departure port and the accommodations for a family...read more
Mike 58 5 Mediterranean25 users found this review helpful.
The state room attendant was the first experience - Sherine was her name. She bossed us around. Told us she wasn't happy with Royal Caribbean - liked her other cruise line better as it was a...read more
Jack 53 2 Mediterranean7 users found this review helpful.
Mediterranean Cruise was very nice, we enjoyed all of our activities. You can not do everything that is out there, the pace was very quick. Certainly would recommend staying the extra day in...read more
I Tirro 50 4 mediterranean8 users found this review helpful.
I was extremely disappointed in the quality of the food. This cruise made one of the stops at Toulon, France, and there is absolutely nothing to do there. It was a complete waste of a day, unless...read more
Jeff 46 4 Western carribean15 users found this review helpful.
Cruising out of Galveston the first day was too cold to enjoy the upper deck and you find yourself looking for things to do....not enough activities. OK at best...., In addition, we wanted the...read more