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Launched 21st Nov 1999


Occupancy 3114
Tonnage 138000
Length 1020
Total crew 1176
Space ratio 44.3

Western Caribbean

To: North America, Caribbean

Transatlantic Westbound

To: Canaries, North America, Transatlantic

Western Caribbean

To: Caribbean

Western Caribbean

To: North America, Caribbean

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  • Ben And Jerry's Ice Cream
  • Cafe Promenade
  • Italian Portofino Restaurant
  • Johnny Rockets-50s Style Diner
  • Magic Flute, La Boheme &carmen Main Dining Rooms
  • Windjammer Cafe


  • 19th Hole
  • Casino
  • Champagne Bar
  • Cleopatra's Needle
  • Cloud Nine
  • Connoisseur Club
  • Crow's Nest
  • High Notes
  • Optix Teen Disco
  • Pig &whistle Pub
  • Schooner Bar
  • Scoreboard
  • Seven Hearts
  • The Vault Nightclub
  • Theatre

Health and Fitness

  • 3 Swimming Pools
  • 6 Jacuzzis
  • Basketball/ Volleyball Court
  • Rock- Climbing Wall
  • Running Track
  • Shipshape Fitness Center And Spa


  • Golf Simulator
  • Ice Skating Rink
  • Internet Cafe
  • Ping Pong/ Billiards
  • Shopping
  • Shuffleboard

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Voyager of the Seas


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Royal Caribbean

The Voyager of the Seas enjoys a variety of highlights, including a sparkling casino to place your bets in and a full-size basketball court, making this an unusual vessel. Owned by Royal Caribbean International, this charming ship saw its first voyage on the twenty-first of November 1999, and has a total passenger capacity of three thousand, one hundred and fourteen guests. On board the Voyager of the Seas you can enjoy a range of themed bars and lounges, each with its own unique features, whilst the day spa and fitness centre are great places to unwind and rejuvenate as you cruise. Golf enthusiasts will enjoy the on board golf simulators and the nine-hole miniature golf course, whilst there is also an ice-skating rink and a rock-climbing wall for those feeling more adventurous!

Latest cruise reviews for Voyager of the Seas

Voyager OTS from New Orleans

by EWRFlyer (March 2012)

We sailed from New Orleans, LA. If you've never cruised the Mississippi out to the Gulf of Mexico I would recommend doing so. We sailed for hours from the port to the Gulf. It was a very scenic few hours. Usually we leave a port and within an hour or so we're qui...

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My first cruise

by harrisd (September 2011)

I was trying to recover from the worse time in my life! This cruise was so awesome that I was able to stick the bad memories in the back of my head and enjoy myself for the first time in a long while!! The staff was amazing. They were there everytime you needed so...

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Enjoyable experience

by OUHutch (June 2011)

We wanted to give Galveston another try, since our previous sailing from there had been so effortless. This was not nearly as smooth, but, the weather had the port closed prior to our expected departure, something over which the cruise line has absolutely no control...

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