Departing Sydney and Fremantle, Voyager of the Seas was the largest ship in the world when it was built in 1999. Although no longer the holder of this illustrious title, the ship still boasts some extremely impressive statistics. Measuring 311m in length and with a gross tonnage of 137,276 GT the Voyager of the Seas can reach a maximum speed of 24 knots even when at its maximum passenger capacity of 3,138. Featuring 15 decks, Voyager of the Seas is considered an engineering marvel and is home to unique on board facilities such as a rock climbing wall and ice skating rink. Voyager of the Seas offers cruises around Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and Asia.
While on board Voyager of the Seas, passengers can enjoy visits to a number of ports of call including Brisbane, the Whitsundays, Darwin, Willis Island, Auckland, Napier, Picton, Wellington, Tauranga, Bay of Islands, Milford Sound, Dunedin, Noumea, Isle of Pines Lautoka, Suva, Mystery Island, Lifou, Singapore, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City and Port Kelang. One of the larger cruise ships on the market, Voyager of the Seas features a spacious interior, innovative amenities, a huge range of dining, entertainment, activities, relaxation and recreational facilities as well as enhanced staterooms for the ultimate cruising experience.
For this ship's full list of cruises visit Voyager of the Seas Cruises.
|Gross Tonnage||137,276 GT|
|Max Speed||24 knots|
|Crew||1181 - 1 crew per 2.5 passengers|
|Passenger Cabins||1558 - including 26 wheelchair accessible rooms|