Showcasing over 1500 inviting boudoirs and enough facilities to rival an on-land amusement park, the $500 million dollar Voyager of the Seas offers passengers the ultimate oceanic escape. Overnight sojourn provides an entrée into longer luxuries for romancers, families and self-indulgees alike with inline skating, 9-hole minigolf, two sleek nightclubs and more.
Set sail with today’s Groupon for Royal Caribbean:
• $299 for one night for one person ($570 value)
In a twin-share Balcony Cabin with main meals, entertainment, sport facility access, taxes and gratuities
With an international presence evoking vintage Hollywood adventure, poolside cruising and effortless R&R, Royal Caribbean lends an exotic touch to Sydney’s crowning jewel. The nautical behemoth’s inaugural Voyager of the Seas Australia Cruise guides passengers across the harbour aboard the sleek, spacious ship. Each Balcony Cabin sets a cosy scene in twin-share form, decked out in fresh blues and whites with golden accents. A private balcony door opens onto a breathtaking maritime vista.
Simultaneously showcasing glamorous night spots, laid-back beach sensibility and avant-garde visual arts, Sydney’s harbour and its surrounds attract a rainbow of locals and visitors alike. Head to Cockle Bay Wharf and Harbourside to be enticed by the myriad of boutiques, stylish restaurants and grooving clubs in Darling Harbour, or take a stroll waterside at Circular Quay, and visit the imposing and recently refurbished Museum of Contemporary Art. Or simply kick back and bask in the vibrant atmosphere, watching local street performers and taking in the winged spectacle of the Sydney Opera House. A range of accommodation and nearby public transport make local attractions an easy add-on to cruising.
Voyager of the Seas transports sojourners a world away, thanks to a wonderland of mod cons. Lined with ambient dining hubs and world-class facilities including a fitness centre, peaceful library and grandiose theatre, the elegant ship showcases a mix of old-fashioned charm and cutting-edge appeal. Ice skating and rock climbing provide unexpected fun, while six whirlpools, yoga and tai chi nudge seafarers through the pearly gates.
The staff are so friendly! They treat you awesome! My wife and I spoke about our service everyday multiple times a day. The ship was clean and well taken care of. There are so any activities to do that it is overwhelming!
– Spectrebro, CruiseCritic
Cruises are great family vacations, so if you want to go on a vacation go on a cruise. Just make sure you go on the Voyager of the Sea. It is an amazing ship with endless activities. Everyone will be satisfied.
– alissayc413, eopinions