Launched: 1999 Passengers: 3,838
Registry: Bahamas Tonnage: 142,000
Crew: 1,176 Decks: 14

Voyager of the Seas

She's a revolutionary marvel of naval engineering. Enjoy first-time cruise features like a skating rink, a street fair and a rock-climbing wall – among others. How did Royal Caribbean accommodate all of these innovative ideas? Simple. They built a bigger ship. The 142,000-ton, 3,114-guest Voyager of the Seas became the world's largest cruise ship when it entered service in November 1999. Innovations on Voyager of the Seas represent the highest space-per-guest ratio in the cruise market - and include enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and exceptional recreational facilities.

Recommended For

Almost anyone taking a first cruise. Those who like large ships or want an array of options with a touch of class. Those who want to be active and sociable. It's also ideal for families with several generations traveling together, as the diversity of shipboard activities and programs provides something for every age.


If you've been in search of the ideal cruise to board for your much needed and deserved vacation, look no further. Tie your hair back, kick off your shoes, relax, and enjoy your cruising experience aboard Royal Caribbean's Voyager of the Seas. You're guaranteed to remains completely occupied by our plethora of activity possibilities for your enjoyment.

* ShipShape Spa Treatment Rooms (deck 12)
* ShipShape Fitness Center (deck 11)
* Aerobics Area (deck 11)
* Hair Salon
* Jogging Track (deck 12)
* Swimming Pools (deck 11)
* Rock Climbing Wall (deck 13)
* Sports Court (deck 13)
* Center Ice (at Studio B) ice skating rink (deck 2)
* In-line skating (deck 13)
* Golf Simulator (deck 13)
* Golf Hitting Cage (deck 13)
* Voyager Dunes golf putting green (deck 13)


The first three "main" dining rooms are on three different levels. In addition there are also two small side dining rooms, one port side, one starboard side off the Carmen Dining Room on deck 3. These are called the Granada Dining Room and the Seville Dining Room and have a capacity of 58 seats each. They will be used when the ship is sailing at maximum capacity or for small group functions.

* Carmen Dining Room
* La Boheme Dining Room
* Magic Flute Dining Room
* Windjammer Cafe - All day casual dining.
* Portofino Restaurant - Italian cuisine in a romantic atmosphere. $5 / guest cover charge including gratuity. By (telephone) reservation onboard ship only.
* Johnny Rockets Diner - Casual 50's style diner with inside and outside seating.
* Cafe Promenade - Serves coffee, pastries, light snacks
* Island Grill - Alternative casual dining menu
* Midnight Delights - One Gala Buffet will be served during each cruise around midnight.


While the younger cruiser are fast asleep, the adult cruisers are enjoying their late night entertainment options. After a long day of spectacular activities and mind blowing cuisines, you're probably in the mood to unwind and enjoy a bit of thrill-seeking fun. It doesn't matter if you're plans are to test your luck at a hand of blackjack or soak in the atmosphere in the lounge of your choice, you'll find exactly what you're looking for.

* La Scala Theater - Spans 5 decks. Equipped with an orchestra pit. Capacity 1,348 (plus 14 disabled).
* Studio B entertainment complex (decks 2 & 3) - converts to television studio, ice skating rink, concert stadium, or trade show venue
* Spinners gaming arcade (deck 5) - World's largest interactive roulette wheel (US marketing statistic).
* Casino Royale (deck 4) - Blackjack, craps, roulette, electronic slot machines, video poker.
* English Style Pub (deck 5)
* Scoreboard sports bar (deck 5)
* Connoisseur Club cigar club (deck 5)
* The Vault night-club (decks 3 and 4)
* Schooner Bar (deck 4)
* Champagne Bar (deck 5)
* Concierge Club (deck 9) - Club facilities offered exclusively to guests in Category B cabins and up (a total of 38 cabins, approx 100 guests)
* Aquarium Bar (deck 4) - Several tanks together containing 56 tons of saltwater and many colourful tropical fish.
* Cleopatra's Needle dancing lounge (deck 5)


To simplify the service recognition process, Royal Caribbean automatically adds a $12.95 USD gratuity ($15.95 USD for Suite Guests) to each guest’s SeaPass® account on a daily basis. This gratuity is shared by Dining Services Staff, Stateroom Attendants other Housekeeping Services Personnel that work to enhance your cruise. The daily automatic gratuity amounts are recommended and are based on customary industry standards. 

For all bookings made on and after April 14, 2016 that sail on or after May 1, 2016, the gratuity charge will increase to $13.50 per guest per day ($16.50 per guest per day for Suites)

In the unlikely event that a guest onboard being charged the daily automatic gratuity does not receive satisfactory service, the guest may request to modify the daily amount at their discretion by visiting Guest Services during their cruise. Any modifications or adjustments to your gratuities are required to be requested before you depart your cruise.

Guests who have prepaid their gratuities will not have a daily amount charged. 

Note: This information is provided as a guide only and is subject to change at any time by the cruise line.


On Royal Caribbean, there are three different forms of evening dress that a passenger will need. These include casual, “smart” casual, and formal. Usually two evenings will require formal wear (on a one-week cruise). Note: Dress Codes are subject to change. Updated June 21, 2010

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