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  Voyager of the Seas (Royal Caribbean International)

Voyager of the Seas | Royal Caribbean International
Voyager of the Seas al Port de Barcelona, Catalunya.
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Voyager of the Seas | Royal Caribbean International
Voyager of the Seas in Ocho Rios, Jamaica
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VOYAGER OF THE SEAS FACTS

Description
MS Voyager of the Seas is the original Voyager class cruise ship from Royal Caribbean International. Voyager of the Seas introduced a number of new facilities never seen before on cruise ships, including a rock climbing wall on the ship's funnel and ice-skating rink. The ice rink is used as a public ice-skating venue and for evening shows performed by professional ice skaters.

Destinations
Voyager of the Seas visits America, the Caribbean and Europe. Cruises include Alaska, Canada, New England, Mexico, Hawaii, the Caribbean, Bermuda, the Bahamas, Spain, the Mediterranean. Cruise tours can be arranged to destinations such Madrid, Paris & London.

History
MS Voyager of the Seas was built at the Kværner Masa-Yards of Turku, Finlandand completed in 1999.

Entertainment
A focal point of the ship is the Royal Promenade which is a marble floored street along more than half the length of the ship with shops, eating places and drinking places. The three story high 'La Scala' theatre presents Broadway standard shows. The main dining room is three storeys tall. Facilities include the Royal Promenade, Casino, three-story main dining room, various restaurants, themed bars and lounges, day spa and gym, wedding chapel, swimming pools, library, teen club, nightclub. Business travelers are well catered for with meeting space with breakout rooms and reception area for up to 400 people, executive boardroom, presentation rooms, teleconferencing equipment.

Activities include ice skating rink, rock climbing wall, inline skating, 9 hole miniature golf course, golf simulators, full-sized basketball court.

Cabins
Most of the outward facing cabins on Voyager of the Seas have balconies and en-suite bathrooms. There are four categories of staterooms. Suites, most of which have multiple rooms and private balconies. Balcony staterooms have private balcony to enjoy the beautiful changing views. Outside Staterooms have no balconies, but allow you to see the scenery from your window.
Interior Staterooms do not have ocean views but are nicely appointed rooms and less expensive.

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Ship Summary
Operator:Royal Caribbean International
Built by:Kværner Masa-Yards of Turku, Finland
Date Completed:1999
Gross Tonnage:137280
Length:310.9 m
Width:47.55 m
Decks:15
Passengers:3138
Crew:1181