Voyager of the Seas was once the world's largest cruise ship — the first of its class and a template for a line of increasingly larger vessels from Royal Caribbean International.
Voyager features the impressive four-deck Royal Promenade — an open corridor mall that stretches from atrium to atrium, nestled between inside staterooms. These flanking rooms offer windows overlooking the interior shops, bars, eateries and pedestrians below, creating a unique promenade stateroom category. Traditional stateroom styles are also available.
Royal Caribbean's cuisine has improved over the years and complements the grand architecture of the massive three-deck dining room. On the entertainment side, production shows lean toward generic medleys, but the performances themselves are usually outstanding.
As evidenced by the emphasis placed on outdoor activities like rock climbing and in-line skating, the mainstay of the line and this ship continues to be its fun-loving, adventure-seeking guests — individuals, couples and families.
Entertainment: Production shows at La Scala Theatre, Studio B ice-skating shows, parades and parties down Royal Promenade, The Vault nightclub, guest entertainers, live music, sports bar, casino.
Ship Amenities: Vitality Spa, four pools, rock-climbing wall, mini-golf course, basketball court, jogging and in-line tracks, wedding chapel.