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Voyager of the Seas

Capacity
3286
Crew
1176
Tonnage
138 194
Length
311.1 m (1,021 ft)
First voyage
1999
Decks
15

Voyager of the Seas is the lead ship of the Voyager class of cruise ships operated by Royal Caribbean International (RCI). Constructed by Kværner Masa-Yards at its Turku New Shipyard in Turku, Finland, she was launched on November 27, 1998, and formally named by Olympic figure skater Katarina Witt on November 20, 1999.

History

The ship was constructed in Turku shipyard and completed its construction... Read more

Voyager of the Seas

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
3286
Crew: 
1176
Tonnage: 
138 194
Length: 
311.1 m (1,021 ft)
Beam: 
38.6 m (127 ft) - Waterline47.4 m (156 ft) - Max
First voyage: 
1999
Decks: 
15

Voyager of the Seas is the lead ship of the Voyager class of cruise ships operated by Royal Caribbean International (RCI). Constructed by Kværner Masa-Yards at its Turku New Shipyard in Turku, Finland, she was launched on November 27, 1998, and formally named by Olympic figure skater Katarina Witt on November 20, 1999.

History

The ship was constructed in Turku shipyard and completed its construction in November 1998 in Turku New Shipyard, Finland and launched on November 27, 1998, and formally named by Olympic figure skater Katarina Witt on November 20, 1999. Upon her departure on her maiden voyage the following day, November 21, 1999, Voyager of the Seas was the largest cruise ship in the world, although she was overtaken the following year by her sister ship Explorer of the Seas. She measured 137,276 gross tonnage (GT) at launch and following a refit in 2014 her tonnage increased to 138,194 GT. She is 311 m (1,020 ft 4 in) long overall, has a waterline beam of 36.8 m (120 ft 9 in) and a height of 63 m (206 ft 8 in). It can hold 3,602 passengers at double occupancy, and 4000 passengers maximum.

Design

Voyager of the Seas included the first rock climbing wall (mounted on the funnel) and the first ice-skating rink at sea.

In October and November 2014, Voyager of the Seas underwent a refit. The modifications included the installation of an outdoor movie screen near the pool and replacing the inline skating track with a flowrider surf simulator.

Voyager of the Seas underwent a US$97 million refit in September 2019 which included the addition of 72 passenger cabins and water slides. It was revamped again in January 2020 on the ice rinks and slide with $142m on the Brisbane to Sydney.

Route

Voyager of the Seas was chartered for Indian passengers in May 2016. The ship made a maiden call in July 2018, and called the largest cruise ship to call at a Filipino port when it arrived in Manila, Philippines for the first time. It sailed in the Southeast Asia in September 2018 to June 2019, and made a homeport to Sydney at 2019. The ship made a maiden call after it arrived in Bintan Island, Indonesia for the first time. The ship is the first cruise liner visit in 2020, when it berthed at the Port of Lautoka with 3853 passengers.

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Attractions on Voyager of the Seas


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Adventure Ocean

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A play area with specially designed activities for kids from 3-17. Run by exceptional, energetic and college-educated staff.

Bar

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If you are looking for a true bar on the board of this great ship, our doors will be open for you, but be careful, you won't notice how the evening turns into the morning thanks to good company and...

The Perfect Storm

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This tremendous trio of water slides is The Perfect Storm. Typhoon, Cyclone and Supercell are their names, and they're here to take you on a wet, wild ride.
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Running Track

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Run laps while taking in the view. Our tracks are open to anyone and proper shoes are recommended.
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Giovanni's Table

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A casual Italian trattoria with indoor and al fresco seating, Giovanni's Table offers rustic dishes with a contemporary flair, including toasted herb foccacia, pastas, braised meat dishes and stews...
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Windjammer

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Windjammer Marketplace, a global culinary pavilion that invites you to explore the world, dish by dish. Enticing food islands weave throughout, showcasing international fare while mapping your way ...
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Sky Bar

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Fresh juices, cocktails and soft drinks - all you need for a true heavenly rest.
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Schooner Bar

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This nautically themed bar is the perfect spot to enjoy a drink with friends.
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Chops Grille

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Elegant and upscale, this "reservation only" restaurant is the place to go when you're hungry for the perfect steak.
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Vitality at Sea Spa

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A luxurious sanctuary boasting signature treatments, medi-spa services, and a full-service salon to make you glow from the inside out.

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