Voyager of the Seas, the flagship vessel in Royal Caribbean’s Voyager class of cruise ships, is one of the longest passenger ships in the world. With capacity for 3,114 guests, she more closely resembles a hotel that a cruise ship.
Voyager of the Seas is the perfect vessel for voyaging to far-away destinations, such as those in the South Pacific. She’s a ship that offers many firsts, which should give you an idea of the innovation that abounds on the ocean liner.
Many new and exciting attractions, and activities, have come out of Voyager of the Seas and they’ve found their way into other classes of ships from Royal Caribbean. Most notably, Voyager of the Seas was the first ocean liner to feature a rock-climbing wall. In addition to scaling walls on this vessel, you’ll be able to play basketball, enjoy a round of mini golf, swim in your choice of four sparkling pools, and visit world-class bars and clubs.
Voyager of the Seas sails on short, two-day trips to Australia, and she ventures on four and five-night cruises to exotic places in the Far East like Fukuoka, Jeju, Korea, and Okinawa.
As you’re sailing on Voyager of the Seas, you have many special restaurants to turn to for casual and upscale meals. For quick bites, we recommend eateries like the Main Dining Room or Windjammer Café. For fine dining, head to Jade Sushi or Portofino’s.
Kids cruising on Voyager of the Seas have many attractions and activities that were created especially for them. Voyager of the Seas proudly offers the DreamWorks Experience for little cruises, which gives kiddos the opportunity to meet their favorite characters from movies like Madagascar, Shrek, and Kung-Fu Panda.
In addition to these fun features on Voyager of the Seas, passengers can see a show in a Broadway-style theater, watch an ice-skating performance, spend time in the fitness room, or indulge in a body massage. There’s more too! To find all about a cruise on the visionary Voyager of the Seas, head on over to Royal Caribbean’s website.