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 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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 Professional Reviews

Tom & Mary Milano, 2001-05-13Western Caribbean

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160users found this review helpful.
Tom & Mary Milano, 2000-02-13Western Caribbean

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42users found this review helpful.

 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • Jeff 46 4 Western carribean

    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

    15 users found this review helpful.
  • Thomas Allison 67 1 Mexico - Hondurras

    Cruise was nothing special. Trips to a reef and ruins were horrible. On these land trips, we were taken to were we wanted to go but they added stops were we could shop for pure junk. One port of...read more

    11 users found this review helpful.
  • Doug Jenkins 52 5 Med

    We have cruised before, but not for some years, so we do have some things to compare against. We had not been on a ship of this size before. The ship overall was beautiful, well appointed and had...read more

    161 users found this review helpful.
  • Bob Johana 67 22 good-great

    I went with my son and my grandchildren. My grandchildren loved it so much and after that they always wanted to go on cruises. It was very family oriented. The Voyager was the biggest and I think...read more

    21 users found this review helpful.
  • Matt 40 7 mediterranean

    Mediterranean Cruise Departed June 14th, 2009 Most noticeable facet of the cruise.: I never saw or heard the cruise director. I would not have known her or him if he or she bit me in the face....read more

    135 users found this review helpful.
  • ls 21 1 mediterrian

    This was my first cruise and I was looking forward to it. I have to say this boat is overly commercialised for what it actually offers, unless you are into eating constantly, swimming or under the...read more

    27 users found this review helpful.
  • Sally German 60 4 Transatlantic cruise

    We had a terrible cruise. Usually we have had great times on cruises but I could not recommend this ship at all. We thought the food was terrible. We were surprised that the ship ran out of...read more

    28 users found this review helpful.
  • Tom 53 1 n/a

    Once in the airport Royal Carribean takes over and get ready for the time of your life. We were bused from Fort lauderdale to Miami and the trip was good. We had to drop two passengers off...read more

    35 users found this review helpful.
  • Bob Erickson 65 18 Eastern Caribbean

    Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas Cruise Review Eastern Caribbean Bob Erickson After 28 inches of snow in 2 days we were ready to leave...read more

    34 users found this review helpful.
  • Marita Opperman 52 10 Trans-Atlantic

    Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas Cruise Review Transatlantic Marita Opperman This was our second westward transatlantic crossing, and...read more

    26 users found this review helpful.
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Ship Summary
  • Operator:Royal Caribbean Int.
  • Capacity (double occupancy):3114
  • Builder:Kv�rner Masa-Yards
  • Full Capacity:3838
  • Inaugurated:1999
  • Space Ratio:44.1 / 35.8
  • Gross Tonnage:137,268gt
  • Crew:1180
  • Length:1,021 ft. / 311 m