This review was written by a Professional Travel Writer - Did you even want to go ice-skating or rock-climbing in the Caribbean? Now is your chance! And you get to do it on the largest cruise ship in the world -- Royal Caribbean International's Voyager of the Seas which just made her debut in November! At the amazing length of two football fields, the massive 142,000-ton, 3,114-passenger Voyager of the Seas will introduce many other new cruise ship 'firsts,' including unique 'interior view' cabins, another new concept introduced on the Voyager. The expansive windows of these staterooms will face the Royal Promenade instead of the ocean -- and there will be much to see! Reminiscent of the renowned Burlington Arcade in London, the Royal Promenade is longer than a football field and four decks high! Hosting a wonderful selection of shops, restaurants and various entertainment areas, passengers can delight in its special lighting effects. As cruisers stroll this vast area, they will be have a multitude of places to socialize and relax in such as the Pig and Whistle Bar, Champagne Bar; the Scoreboard sports bar, Spinners, a revolving gaming arcade; the Crown & Anchor and the Connoisseur Club, where passengers can savor brandies or cigars.
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