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
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
Melinda 30 1 Eastern Caribbean2 users found this review helpful.
My boyfriend and I just returned from our first cruise. Bottom line: If you are not terribly active, you enjoy having activities and entertainment pre-planned for you, or if you are...read more
Bonnie Cote 46 3 Cayman, Costa Maya, Cozumel, Belize4 users found this review helpful.
Voyager of the Seas is awesome! Never had time to do everything on the ship, or eat in every venue. Staff were great, kids program OK (once you've been on a Disney cruise, all other kids...read more
Craig Ibbotson 42 5 Western Caribbean11 users found this review helpful.
Thanks to everyone who has posted here in the past – your reviews were excellent and helped us make some wise choices regarding our cruise. We cruised on Royal Caribbean’s Voyager...read more
Will Persinger 45 2 Western Caribbean1 users found this review helpful.
StoneHrt83@aol.com Sailed with Royal Caribbean in Feb. of 2003 aboard Radiance of the Seas to the Southern Caribbean. That was a much more enjoyable cruise. The crew were much more...read more
Becky 29 2 Western Caribbean2 users found this review helpful.
This was my second cruise (first was on Norwegian Sea for 4 nights) and my husband's first (not counting Navy deployments!). We booked the Voyager because it is a huge ship and I wanted to...read more
Sarah Harmon 22 six Western Caribbean2 users found this review helpful.
I went on this ship as part of a surprise 50th birthday celebration for my Mum, organized by my Dad, with 20 people from all over the world - friends and family. We selected the itinerary...read more