The November 10, 2001 (number 10 overall), this was my second cruise on a Voyager-class ship. It was, to say the least, unbelievable and unforgetable. Clearly, the Voyager-class ships are the state-of-the-art of cruising, which should be the hallmark of ships to come in the future. I was thoroughly thrilled when we sailed on the Voyager last year, but the Explorer was even more to admire for its style and grace. We thought "The Chamber" was a fabulous touch and a great late night dance venue. The entertainment was supurb as always, but on this cruise even more outstanding. The service from clearly a "hand picked" crew was five-star all the way. With each port we could not help and wonder what was going through the minds of passengers on other cruise ships as we entered or departed. It must have been quite a site to behold. Surely they were thinking "I wish we had booked our cruise on that work of art instead of ours!" We really can't see us booking any future cruises on any ship other than Voyager-class. We'll probably be on the Adventure of the Seas in 2002.
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