Once the biggest cruise ship in the world, Voyager of the Seas cruises offer an impressive range of on board facilities, activities and entertainment including a rock climbing wall and ice skating rink. Visiting destinations throughout Australia, New Zealand, Asia and the South Pacific, the biggest challenge you'll face is deciding between visiting each port or staying on board the ship to enjoy all the on board facilities.
Cruises aboard the Voyager of the Seas range from 3 nights to 8 nights and all the way up to 16 nights and visit ports of call in the Whitsundays, Brisbane, Darwin, Auckland, Wellington, Milford Sound, Bay of Islands, Dunedin, Noumea, Lautoka, Isle of Pines, Suva, Lifou, Mystery Island, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok and Port Kelang.
Departing Sydney and Fremantle, Voyager of the Seas cruises visit a number of Australian destinations as well as New Zealand, the South Pacific and Asia. Once the biggest ship in the world, Voyager of the Seas is still proud to be home to some of the most amazing facilities on any cruise ship including an ice skating rink and rock climbing wall.