From the spectacular three-storey Sapphire Dining Room to the ice skating rink and rock-climbing wall, Voyager of the Seas continues to deliver a spoilt-for-choice, active holiday at sea. This is the cruise ship that entered service as the largest cruise ship in the world, and – after an impressive $80 million refit – still offers guests everything there is to love about big-ship cruising. Families are more than welcome, as is anyone looking for a fun time with plenty of things to do onboard. A Voyager of the Seas cruise promises great surf every day with FlowRider surf simulator, a 20-square-metre screen by the pool for watching movies and sporting events, state-of-the-art virtual balcony staterooms and the Dreamworks Experience for kids of all ages. Read through our guide to what you can look forward to on Voyager of the Seas cruises, below.
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Voyager of the Seas Onboard Experiences
Dining and bars
Of all the ships in Royal Caribbean’s fleet, Voyager of the Seas is the first to feature The Tavern, a gastropub with the atmosphere of an upmarket sports bar. Other specialty restaurants include the Italian-style trattoria Giovanni’s Table, Royal Caribbean’s signature steakhouse Chops Grille, and Izumi Japanese Cuisine for your fix of sushi rolls and hot-rock (ishi-yaki) plates. The Main Dining Room always offers complimentary, multi-course dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with casual dining and snacks available at Johnny Rockets, Windjammer Cafe and Cafe Promenade. If you’re looking for a pre-dinner drink or a nightcap, Voyager of the Seas is not short of welcoming bars, with options that include the nautical-inspired Schooner Bar, English-themed Pig & Whistle Pub, Viking Crown Lounge on Deck 14 for panoramic views of the sea, or the intimate Champagne Bar. On board, you’ll be able to take advantage of Royal Caribbean’s flexible My Time dining program for the evening meal, and room service is available 24/7. Royal Caribbean also has a range of specialty dining and beverage packages to make things even easier while you’re on board.
Your Voyager of the Seas cruise specialises in fun things to do on board, promising a holiday you’ll never forget. Learn how to catch the perfect wave on the FlowRider surf simulator, watch others as they take on the challenge, or simply put your feet up by the pool. Poolside is also the spot from where you can enjoy watching box-office favourites or major sporting events on the huge 20sqm outdoor screen. Other activities on board include rock climbing, ice skating, table tennis, ballroom dancing lessons, bingo, jewellery making workshops, arts and crafts workshops or having hit on the nine-hole miniature golf course.
Kids and families
A cruise on Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas will give you the chance to create some cherished memories for your family, with the epic DreamWorks Experience showcasing favourite characters from Shrek, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda and more. Kids will delight in the meet-and-greet opportunities, as well as taking part in the huge range of family-friendly activities on board such as games, contests, and enrichment classes. Voyager of the Seas also offers its award-winning Adventure Ocean youth program which starts with the Royal Babies play centre for children aged 6 to 18 months, followed by the Royal Tots program for slightly older kids, and continues upward through the age groups to include tweens and teens. Outdoors, there’s plenty to do, such as splashing around on Adventure Beach, with its pirate ship, splash pool and waterslide, or mastering shuffleboard or deck chequers.
Fitness and wellbeing
Relaxation, pampering, maybe a little exercise… it’s all here if you want it, aboard Voyager of the Seas. Vitality Spa & Fitness is located on Deck 11 and provides infinite ways for you to find true balance for mind and body while at sea. Get your heart rate up with state-of-the-art fitness facilities powered by Technogym, or drop in on a fitness class like yoga and Tai Chi. There’s a jogging track that loops around the sports deck if you feel like taking in the fresh air – divided in half so that runners and walkers can exercise at their own pace. For sheer bliss, indulge in one of the 100+ treatments at Vitality Spa and emerge feeling renewed, relaxed and rejuvenated.
Shows and nightlife
One of the most unique shows at sea is the spectacular ice skating performance on board Voyager of the Seas. Experienced ice skaters will wow you with their exceptional skill as they take you on a mesmerising journey, set to music. Voyager of the Seas also boasts a 1,350-seat Main Theatre with the ambience of an opera house, as well as a huge Vegas-style Casino Royale with 287 poker machines and 16 tables. From smooth jazz and cocktails in the Viking Crown Lounge to acoustic guitar in the Pig & Whistle Pub, Voyager of the Seas has your evening’s entertainment covered.
The staterooms aboard your Voyager of the Seas cruise can be split into four main categories: Suite, Balcony, Ocean View and Interior, including select staterooms with state-of-the-art virtual balconies. Many cabins are family-friendly with up to four additional bunk beds, and interconnecting rooms. The most spacious of all cabins available is the palatial Royal Suite on Deck 10 at 109.3sqm, with king-size bed, private balcony with hot tub… even a baby grand piano. Voyager of the Seas also offers comfort for even the tidiest budget, with an Interior room (12.3sqm) on Decks 6–10 which can easily accommodate two people.
Services and accessibility
Accessible features on board Voyager of the Seas include gangways wide enough to accommodate most wheelchairs and mobility scooters, lower playing tables at the Casino, wheelchair seating in all dining and bar venues, Braille/tactile public room signage, lift buttons, stateroom numbers and deck numbers on staircase handrails, as well as a wet room and roll-in shower in the Spa & Fitness Centre. There are 26 staterooms on Voyager of the Seas that are wheelchair accessible, and both forward and rear wheelchair seating is available in the Coral Theatre and also in Studio B. Voyager of the Seas comes with shipwide WiFi and Digital Wayfinders to help you navigate your way around the ship.