Voyager of the Seas image When it entered the Royal Caribbean fleet of cruise ships in 1999, the Voyager of the Seas was the largest cruise ship ever. It features two atriums connected by a street lined with shops and restaurants so that it resembles a small town rather than a ship. The majority of the cabins to accommodate the 3800 passengers are on the exterior of the ship and most of these have balconies or bay windows. Even the inside cabins have a view with 100 of the 618 rooms featuring a view of the Royal Promenade. The Voyager of the Seas set a new standard for facilities on cruise ships. It was the first ship ever to feature a rock climbing wall and an ice skating rink. There are two main swimming pools and four restaurants to choose from as well as several smaller cafes. The casino has 274 slot machines and 16 gaming tables and if you want to work out the fitness center is equipped with the latest in fitness machines. The spa offers exotic treatments and the beauty salon will provide for your grooming needs. With shops open round the clock, you can enjoy duty-free shopping at your convenience.

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my opinion of cruising with royal carribean starstarstarhalf starhalf star by susan.littlefair on 29/09/2011

drinks ludicrously expensive, had to pay for shuttle bus, it should have been included in price, standards have fallen in my opinion, even thoogh the service was still good.....Read full review

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