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Ship: Voyager Of The Seas
Departure Port: Sydney, Australia
Sailing Date: Tuesday, 21 February 2017
*Ports of call visited are dependent on the selected itinerary and may NOT include all ports listed.
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Cruise Itinerary Notice: Cruise itineraries, Cabin Categories and Policies are subject to change without notice. Please verify Policies, Cabin Categories Descriptions, Ports, Dates, and Times with the Cruise line directly on ALL bookings before the sailing.
|Tuesday, 21 February 2017||SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA||--||06:30 PM|
|Wednesday, 22 February 2017||CRUISING||--||--|
|Thursday, 23 February 2017||CRUISING||--||--|
|Friday, 24 February 2017||CRUISING||--||--|
|Saturday, 25 February 2017||LAUTOKA, FIJI||12:00 PM||08:00 PM|
|Sunday, 26 February 2017||SUVA, FIJI||08:00 AM||05:00 PM|
|Monday, 27 February 2017||CRUISING||--||--|
|Tuesday, 28 February 2017||MYSTERY ISLAND, VANUATU||08:00 AM||05:00 PM|
|Wednesday, 1 March 2017||ISLE OF PINES, NEW CALEDONIA||08:00 AM||05:00 PM|
|Thursday, 2 March 2017||NOUMEA, NEW CALEDONIA||08:00 AM||05:00 PM|
|Friday, 3 March 2017||CRUISING||--||--|
|Saturday, 4 March 2017||CRUISING||--||--|
|Sunday, 5 March 2017||SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA||06:30 AM||--|
|1||Tue, 21 Feb 2017||--||06:30 PM||Lautoka, Fiji|
|13||Sun, 5 Mar 2017||06:30 AM||--||--|
|5||Sat, 25 Feb 2017||12:00 PM||08:00 PM||Suva, Fiji Islands|
|6||Sun, 26 Feb 2017||08:00 AM||05:00 PM||Mystery Island Vanuatu|
|8||Tue, 28 Feb 2017||08:00 AM||05:00 PM||Isle Of Pines, New Caledonia|
|9||Wed, 1 Mar 2017||08:00 AM||05:00 PM||Noumea, New Caledonia|
|10||Thu, 2 Mar 2017||08:00 AM||05:00 PM||Sydney, Australia|
Note: Cruise itineraries are subject to change. Please verify ports and times with the cruise line directly.
- Passenger Capacity: 3,114 double occupancy; 3,840 maximum
- Gross Tonnage: 138,000
- Length: 1020'
- Max Beam: 154.7'
- Draft: 29'
- Cruising Speed:22 knots
The incredible Voyager of the Seas' introduced many of the iconic features that Royal Caribbean guests still love today. Conquer the rock-climbing wall, or find your adventure on the basketball court, ice-skating rink or mini-golf course. If it's zen you seek, achieve it poolside or at the relaxing Vitality Spa. Liven up your nights on the Royal Promenade, with parades, dancing, and duty-free shopping deals. And bring along some friends - with spacious public areas, enhanced staterooms, and a spectacular three-story dining room, this ship has room for your whole crew.
Rest & Relaxation
- Virtual balconies
- Panoramic ocean view staterooms
- VitalitySM Spa with 100+ treatments including medi-spa treatments and acupunture
- 3 pools including the Solarium, an adults-only retreat*
- 6 whirlpools
- State-of-the-art Fitness Center, with classes including yoga and tai chi
*During inclement weather and select hours, the ship may permit the Solarium Pool to be used by persons under age 16 provided they are directly supervised by a parent or guardian
- The Tavern gastropub*
- Italian-style trattoria Giovanni's Table*
- Chops Grille, our signature steakhouse*
- Izumi Japanese Cuisine*
- Main Dining Room with complimentary, multi-course dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner
- More complimentary options including Windjammer Cafe, Cafe Promenade for coffee and pastries/snacks and room service*
- Casual dining and snacks at Johnny Rockets*
*Late night service charge applies to room service orders between midnight and 5:00 a.m. Additional charges apply for specialty dining venues. Specialty beverages, beer, wine and soda are charged separately and are offered at current bar menu prices.
Entertainment & Shopping
- Complimentary Broadway-style entertainment in the Main Theater
- Complimentary ice-skating shows in Studio B
- 9,623 square foot Vegas-style Casino Royale with 274 slots and 16 tables
- 13 bars, clubs, and lounges that never have a cover, including Pig & Whistle Pub
- Variety of name-brand, duty-free shopping on the Royal Promenade including jewelry, perfumes, apparel and shopping for teens and kids
Kids & Families
- DreamWorks Experience featuring memorable moments such as character dining, parades and meet & greets with your favorite characters from Shrek, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda and more
- Complimentary Adventure Ocean Youth Program
- Royal Babies and Royal Tots program
- Teen lounge areas and disco
- Family-friendly activities including games, contests, enrichment classes and lectures
Action & Adventure
- FlowRider surf simulator
- Rock-climbing wall
- Ice-skating rink
- Mini-golf course
- Basketball court
- Jogging and in-line skating tracks
Please note that the staterooms shown below are samples only. Actual cabin decor, details and layout may vary by stateroom category and type.
Stateroom Symbol Legend
|Stateroom with sofa bed and third Pullman bed available|
|Stateroom has third and fourth Pullman beds available|
|Stateroom has third Pullman bed available|
|Stateroom has four additional Pullman beds available|
|Stateroom with sofa bed|
|Indicates accessible staterooms|
Royal Caribbean International
Royal Caribbean cruises from Australia onboard Radiance of the Seas and cruises Australia and Asia onboard Voyager of the Seas and Explorer of the Seas Ovation of the Seas is coming to Australia for the 2016-17 cruising season and you can cruise on Ovation of the Seas from Sydney visiting New Zealand and Singapore. You can cruise on the Royal Caribbean ships from Sydney or Perth (Fremantle).
Worldwide, Royal Caribbean visits 233 destinations in 72 countries, so you're bound to find a destination and cruise that is right for you! Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas has been designed to 'wow', and with newly designed staterooms, the first 360-degree view glass capsule at sea, a skydiving simulator, a bionic bar, groundbreaking venues and amazing dining options, it is guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser. The Ovation of the Seas will have the same features as Quantum of the Seas. You can cruise on Quantum of the Seas from China.
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Scores are based on a 1 (poor) to 5 (excellent) rating system.
|Travel Date||Cruise Experience|
|April 2016||First Timer|
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|May 2016||First Timer|
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|November 2015||First Timer|
Dinning in the main restaurant we were always met with great big smiles and the service was good looking at the numbers of plates they turn around; again our experience was ruined by RUDE Annoying people especially one lady that would accept the table she was placed at; NO more said about that person. Windjammer while we only ate their once it was not the food it was the out of control brats that parents leave alone so choose an adult cruise only or rude table huggers. Giovani Table Italian cuisine it is not and this would have been the worst service lack of staff but when the food finally arrived it was ok. If you like great food then visit Izumi. We had a balcony room and would do it again. Thank you VOS and it staff.
|Travel Date||Cruise Experience|
|October 2015||Novice (2-5 cruises)|
Embarkation at the Singapore Cruise Terminal consisted of a three to four hour struggle with seemingly endless lines of people snaking around the terminal.
None of the apparently young and under-trained staff had any idea of how to cope. They didn't appear to be directed nor supported by anyone with corporate seniority.
To add to the chaos, the public address system at the terminal seems to have been designed by a rank amateur, it was useless. However, I tend to think the P.A design is an issue the Singapore terminal owners need to evaluate.
"Disgraceful" is an understatement when it comes to the way elderly people were treated where limited mobility was clearly obvious. For the most part they were ignored.
We became friendly with a young lady and her new husband, (they were on a honeymoon) which is fine, except the lady had spinal surgery not long ago and was using crutches at the time
She was clearly distressed and uncomfortable with pain. We were told that after some time standing in a que and shuffling along with the multitude, she was offered a wheelchair, but when the issue of hand luggage was raised she was in essence told to deal with it herself !
Subsequently, the Voyager Captain apologised for the shambles (this doesn't appear to be the first instance at Singapore) via the shipboard room video link, providing a number of reasons for the delays, confusion etc. some of which were blamed on slow immigration dept processes and Royal Caribbean failure to anticipate early arrivals at the terminal, but no comment on the utterly stupid plan of trying to embark 6,000 to 7,000 passengers onto two ships through the same terminal almost simultaneously.
That didn't cut any ice with me.
I understand two passenger bags were also accidentally ditched into the bay, while other luggage was sent to the wrong ship, although I can't verify that as correct.
Prior to leaving Sydney for Singapore (by air), I noticed that our allocated cabin included a door to the adjoining cabin.
Experience has shown that such doors are a problem with sound insulation, so I spoke with someone at our travel agent and they contacted the Sydney Royal Caribbean agents. The person on the other end of the line told us the door was in fact some kind of integrated structure linking both doors of adjacent cabins which was utilised only when required and was not the usual connecting door fitted into a wall. That description turned out to be a load of rubbish, conversations being easily heard from our side. So I can safely assume that the information we were given was from someone at RCCL who was deliberately lying, or ignorant and was too lazy to follow up on my question, or both.
Having said that though, the cabin appeared to be almost brand new and spotless.
On the journey to Sydney we were supposed to dock at Brisbane for a day, which is fine except it wasn't Brisbane at all, rather an industrial terminal 25 Km from the CBD ! The return shuttle fare to the city was $US-50.00 per person payable only through the Royal Caribbean Sea-Pass system, a payment system which has been demonstrated as full of glitches, such as unexplained charges and difficulty in obtaining refunds of those charges.
But, and here's the upside to the saga, having crunched the numbers, the cost of cruising can be just a fraction of the all up cost of local travel, accommodation, high quality dining and entertainment within Australia
Overall the Voyager on board crew do a first class job at all levels, although I'm not too sure I would look forward to any more Royal Caribbean "experiences".