Sailed from 3/24 - 3/31/02. This was our first cruise, so have nothing to compare it to, but can't imagine anything better. The ship is enormous and the food was excellent. The crew was courteous and helpful and the ship amenities were great. Get your own taxi to Dunn's River Falls and save tour fees. Take your time and enjoy. Labadee is fun and relaxing. Girls, get your hair braided here. Snorkeling and Stingray City Combo is good in the Caymans. BOND Adventure in Cozumel is over-priced. Only 10-15 minutes under water. Snorkeling at Chankanaab Lagoon and/or Palakar Reef would be advisable. They warm you about pushy sales people in Jamaica but not in Cozumel. The latter is just as bad. One jewelry shop person first offered to sell a wedding band with 7 diamonds for $850. I continued to decline as he lowered the price. As I walked away he was down to $100. That convined me they are rip-off artists. Ice skating, in-line skating, wall climbing and mini-golf are great fun. Food was delicious and plentiful. Don't be shy about requesting a second or third lobster tail or dessert. We saved money by getting an inside cabin and found it to be quite roomy. As suspected, we were only there to change clothes during the day and to sleep. The room steward was great. We found a different towel animal every evening when we returned to the cabin. I highly recommend the Voyager of the Seas and would love to sail again in the future. But first, a cruise on her sister ship to the eastern or southern Caribbean next year.
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