This was our 15th cruise overall, and our second with RCI. After a terrible cruise on the Grandeur a few years ago, our travel agent talked us into giving the Voyager a try. We are so glad that we did. We booked a category C suite, and it was, by far, the nicest room we have ever had on a cruise ship. Large balcony, walk-in closet, you name it. Embarkation was quite long, but after 9/11, I guess that had to be expected.The ship itself is not to be believed - I was in awe. The service was quite good, and the ship itself was in excellent condition.The itinerary was fine, with the exception of Jamaica, which should be removed. We have been going there for 18 years, and it appears to be in worse shape now than ever. With the exception of the Falls, we felt it was not worth stopping there.The biggest disappointment onboard was the food. It was just, OK - rather boring, actually.We are loyal NCL fans, but we will continue to cruise with RCI if they keep building ships like the Voyager. It is a true wonder that exceeded my expectations.
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