A pioneering cruise ship, Voyager of the Seas was the largest of its kind when it was built in 1999. The first ship to feature a rock climbing wall, concert arena, and ice skating rink, Voyager of the Seas set a new standard for international ocean cruising. After a major refurbishment in 2014, which added an onboard surfing simulator, virtual balconies in inside staterooms, and 3D movies, this remarkable ship continues to impress.
Catering to 4,269 passengers, and featuring a crew of 1,176 staff members, Voyager of the Seas is a member of Royal Caribbean International’s fleet. A unique aspect of this cruise ship are the 81 Inside Staterooms with virtual balconies. These state-of-the-art cabins offer guests a live view of the outside scenery. Other options include Oceanview Staterooms and Balcony Staterooms in various sizes, and suites designed for families. In fact, Voyager of the Seas is ideal for family vacations, offering an abundance of activities for children of all ages, with dedicated spaces for kids and teens
This 15-deck cruise ship features six main restaurants that range from elegant to casual, nine bars and pubs, and an array of entertaining facilities. The 40-foot long Flowrider surf simulator lets guests catch a wave without leaving the ship, while the sun-soaked pool deck features three swimming pools and six whirlpools. Once night falls, guests can have fun in the casino or take in a spectacular ice skating show. Voyager of the Seas departs from Hong Kong, Singapore, and Sydney for cruises through the South Pacific, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.