Voyager of the Seas Cruise Review to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean


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4 out of 5

Perfect itinerary

Sail Date: July 30, 2011

Reviewed: 5 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

The Voyager of the Seas is a perfect size with an exceptional staff. The cabin and dining room service is wonderful. We did a cruise from Venice in the Adriatic and found the itinerary to be perfect. Time in ports was great. We loved our balcony. It was great to get room service and have breakfast on the balcony. Unfortunately, the dining room menu was pretty uninspiring and the food was just OK. The Indian food was terri fic but the deserts were not. There were a lot of vegetarian oprions and these were usually the way to go. The ice show was really great, but the other shows were more like a high school production and so not worth the time. There is a lot of great deck space for wandering and watching the world go by. Overall, this was a great cruise.

Pros: The stateroom was wonderful, the Indian food and lunch buffet was great

Cons: Dining room food was average. Show was like an amateur production

Recommends Voyager of the Seas? Yes!

Ship Quality
Ship size was just right. The ship was clean and there were a lot of private places with spectacular views.
Cabin / Stateroom
The stateroom was so good that we spent a lot of time just sitting on our balcony. Great place to have breakfast from room service!
Service and Staff
Great dining room and cabin service.
Food and Dining
Food in the dining room was uninspiring. Deserts were not worth the calories. The lunch buffet was terrific. Indian food was delicious but pastas were not good.
Shows were colorful but only average, like a high school production. Ice show was fantatastic.
Venice, Italy
One of the best cities in the world. Fun to take a vaporetto or just wander the streets of the city. If you have time take a trip over to the Lido and wander out to the beach. This is the biennial year, so there are many art exhibits scattered all over town, and they are mostly free
Don't Miss: Look for biennial art exhibits in many of the old buildings
Koper, Slovenia
Very pretty little port city. Getting back on the ship was not a good experience.
Don't Miss: Walking along the port
Ravenna, Italy
You must take a shuttle to get to town, but it is worth it. This is a wonderful town with lots to see and it is amazing what has been protected over the centuries.
Don't Miss: The mosaics
Dubrovnik, Croatia
This really is a spectacular city and worth taking the shuttle and wandering the old town and walking on the wall around the city. If you have time walk around the harbor from the ship and up over to the beach. It is really pretty and fun to see where the locals spend their time
Don't Miss: Walk the wall around the old town
Bari, Italy
The old town is really close to the ship, so you really do not need to take the shuttle. It is fun to wander through the old town and than spend some time on the pedestrian street in the new town
Don't Miss: Walk on the wall around the old town

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