Voyager of the Seas Cruise Review

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5 out of 5

Reviewed: 6 years ago

This was our 9th cruise, 6/4-11. Our children 12& 14 went along. We selected the ship because of the wide variety of activities and we wanted to climb Dunn's River Falls again. We were leary of the food on Royal Caribbean due to past experiences and we were nervous about how crowded the ship would be. We were wrong on both counts. The food was excellent compared to other RC ships we have been on and we never felt crowded on the ship. We never had to stand in line for meals and we could always find seats for the shows without going an hour early. We enjoyed the ice skating show and had a lot of fun as a family ice skating, in-line skating, miniature golf, and also the rock climbing wall. They are still trying to decide whether to charge for these extra activities, but when we went they were free, but required sign ups. We enjoyed Johnny Rockets and the only charge there was for milkshakes and mixed sodas such as cherry coke,etc. Some times of the day it was crowded and at other times there was no one there. We ate there almost every evening at 10pm and there wasn't a wait. The ship was beautiful and we had no problems with Embarkation or at any time getting on or off the ship while it was in port. We would go on this ship again IN A HEART BEAT!

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