Voyager of the Seas Review
Voyager of the Seas
Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean
Length: 310 m
Refurbished: September 2014
Review Date: 05 March 2015
Where: Sydney Harbour
Voyagers of the Sea is very light and open, lots of glass and décor is very welcoming with lots of blues and cream colours along with glass elevators. Panoramic Ocean view cabins are newly renovated with floor to ceiling windows. Virtual balcony cabins have a screen shot of outside view but are only inside. The suites all have separate baths as well as showers. Family suites have 2 bathrooms.
There is a great children games centre, with the teenage Optix Nightclub (12-17 years). There is putt putt golf available and a full size basketball court, with the flowrider. Vitality Spa & Fitness Centre…offers Botox and Teeth Whitening services, is lovely and spacious with Elemis products used.
The Adults only Solarium is strictly that, and does not charge.
The gym area is very large with a wide variety of equipment and the spa pool sits in the centre of the area. There is a personal fitness instructor available and at a charge for personal training.
Johnny Rockets (the original Hamburger joint) is open from 6pm. Chops Grille restaurant will charge USD$35PP. Izumi, Asian Cuisine is charged as per menu.
The ship has a lot of bars and taverns with a lot of seating.
Shop Street is a nice wide open space with shops on both sides.
Casino Royale is a grand space and not cramped at all.
Library is on one level and provides a real sense of quietness with a good amount of computers, with a staircase that takes you to the card room.
The theatre holds 1300 and you can reserve seating.
Ice Skating Rink was the first on a cruise ship. You can have ice skating lessons and they have 2 performance shows a day.
There are 4 conference rooms located on level 2 which can be extended by opening up the dividing walls. There is no charge. If companies hold a conference for 1-3 hours then the cruise is a tax right off.