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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David D. Meltzer 47 2 Western Caribbean3 users found this review helpful.
This was the second cruise for my wife and myself. This time, we also brought our eleven year daughter along. We are please to say that this cruise exceeded our expectations: ...read more
Samantha and Michael 28 3 to 5 Cruises Canada2 users found this review helpful.
Introduction/Who we are: I must begin our review by thanking all the reviewers who came before us, specifically Tom & Mary Miliano. If you have not yet read their review it is a ...read more
Juliana 15 1 Western Caribbean
I have one word for the whole entire trip..."WOW!" I don't think I have ever had that much fun in my entire life...if anyone is to go on a cruise it should be this one...I don't think i...read more
Paul Krause 48 2 Western Caribbean5 users found this review helpful.
Voyager of the Seas -9 Day Western Caribbean from Bayonne (Cape Liberty) July 2-11 Previous Cruise Experience 1 - Carnival Victory New York/Canada Traveling party: 2 adults(late...read more
Rebecca n/a 2 Western Caribbean21 users found this review helpful.
Student Hello fellow cruisers! True I am only a teenager, but I would like to tell you and give you many useful tips about traveling on The Voyager of the Seas. My lovely aunt paid for...read more
Wally Krecidlo 50 3 Bahamas1 users found this review helpful.
Review: The Voyager of The Seas is a beautiful ship. It has everything you want to do. I guess that's why we had 800 kids aboard the ship. All they did was tie up the elevators and...read more
Jim & Joanne Marchetto 28 3 Canada
I know this site states that the longer the review the better, I don't feel it necessary to repeat the exceptional review Rich & Jeri left from the same itinerary on May 16th. (See...read more
John & Maria Vislocky Line n/a n/a Canada and New England1 users found this review helpful.
John & Maria Vislocky There is nothing like The Voyager of the Seas, this is truly a unique ship. During our tour of the ship we were very much impressed by her beauty and...read more
Rich & Jeri Bothroyd Agents n/a Canada2 users found this review helpful.
had the opportunity to be on the May 16, 2004 sailing of Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas, sailing from Cape Liberty (don’t tell anyone it’s really Bayonne), New Jersey to St....read more
Nancy E. Raposa 41 85 Cruise To Nowhere1 users found this review helpful.
A fantastic experience to say the least! We sailed from Royal Caribbean's newly refurbished Port Liberty in Bayonne, New Jersey. The drive by car from Rhode Island to the Port took only...read more