The Voyager is a magnificent ship and had many positives and a few negatives.(Our cruise was #18 for the Voyager and we sailed 3/19/00.) First of all, we were expecting a horrible (2-3 hours)embarkation (based on other reviews, word of mouth and info received from RCI themselves). The time from leaving to bus to entering our cabin was no more than 15 minutes. Boy were we shocked. The food was disappointing. There is a lot of room for improvement. The menu in the main dining room was too limted,the food was mediocre and The Windjammer was hopeless. Johnny Rockets was good. (You couldn't get a decent hamburger anywhere else on the ship.) The cafe on the promenade deck is a great idea--open 24 hrs. And for some reason, we couldn't get a decent glass of ice tea anywhere on the ship. How hard can it be to make ice tea? We got great service from our waiter and busboy. They were always pleasant and efficient.We never saw our room steward, but he did a good job of keeping everything clean and supplies replenished. Entertainment usually good. I hated the dream show and my husband thought it was wonderful. I really liked the broadway review show and he didn't. We both thought the skating show was outstanding except for the silly competition that seemed to be added because they thought we wouldn't appreciate the skating unless it emulated what we see on TV. The public areas of the ship are a lot of fun, especially the promenade. We also felt that they needed more activities for the days at sea. Overall this was a lovely ship and a wonderful way to spend a week.
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