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Old 01-02-2007, 01:58 PM
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Sonny,

Yikes! I've been planning this trip for a year and we're taking all four of our grown kids, (the 25 and 27 year old boys have never been on a cruise before). I sure hope the staff gets their act together by next weekend! We're due to sail on the 6th of Jan. Maybe since they've never experienced a cruise before, they won't notice the things us experienced cruisers do.

Susan
yeah, I really hope the Crew will change their atitudes and behaviour.
I really hope you and your family will have a great cruise on the Voyager, Susan!
And please leave a note here in the forum after your cruise, so we get to know how you felt about the Voyager of the Seas.
- Good Luck!
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Old 01-02-2007, 02:03 PM
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We were on the Voyager in Europe in July and had a fabulous time overall. But the first day we were on the ship, we were shocked when several of the staff members commented to us that they could hardly wait to return to the Caribbean, they didn't like being in Europe. It was a bad way to start, but we didn't have any bad attitude staff members after that. It was a great cruise!
wow, that comment from the crew should really have been reported to the RCCL main office
I think thats the best way to get rid of these problems.
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If you are planning a cruise on any Voyager Class ship, you really owe it to yourself to visit Welcome to Voyager Class, a private web site recently reopened after complete renovations by it's owner, a French young man by the name of Romain Moisescot. You can reach the site at www.romain-moisescot.com/voyager. This site (which is so comprehensive, it's huge)is guaranteed to blow you away and will serve to triply enhance your anticipation of your cruise. It is equally easy to navigate. Do hope you enjoy your first cruise even half as much as we did ours back in June on the Explorer, a review of which is located on this website.

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Todd,

I'm not getting through on that website. Are you sure that's exactly it?

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It should be http://www.romain-moisescot.com/voyagerclass/
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Sorry Susan that I didn't copy it correctly and thanks loads PS for correcting my mistake. Hope you find Welcome to Voyager Class as interesting and informative as did I. I'd be interested to know if you did.

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Got it!

Thank you so much!

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Got it!

Thank you so much!

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Hi Susan!
How was your cruise at the Voyager in January?
A nice Crew this time?
Whould have been great to know how you felt about the Voyager.
I hope you had a great time!
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We traveled last Feb on Mariner with 14 pp, 8 being children between 15-6 years. Everyone loved the ship and the ports-of-call. The mall with cafe was a big hit with the kids. We stopped at St. Maartin, St. Thomas and Coco Cay. All easy stops with no hassle travrling with so many children. We never did cruise tours we just headed off on our own and had great days.

This Feb 18, 22 of us are on Jewel of The Seas with 13 children. Looking forward to another great trip. We always travel presidents week which is always packed with families and works well for us.
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As you know, I was on the Voyager last week.
Sonny, Have they fixed those darn doors on deck 10 yet? We had a great time on Voyager back last May, but I know a lot of crew shifting has happened since then.
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