Voyager of the Seas to dock in Sydney Harbour

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Voyager of the Seas is due to dock at the domestic cruise passenger terminal in Barangaroo Sidney in November 2012. The 311m ship will be the biggest cruise ship to call at Sidney Harbor to date.

Adam Armstrong who is the commercial manager for Royal Caribbean said “the only factor limiting bigger ships calling Sydney home was the lack of infrastructure and we’re working with Sydney Ports to make sure we have all the systems and processes in place to make sure we are able to get the passengers on and off as well as the luggage.”

Voyager of the Seas can accommodate around 3840 passengers and has a number of great features including an ice rink, nine-hole mini-golf course and rock-climbing wall. The restaurant alone is said to be the biggest in Australia on land or at sea and can seat almost 2000 people over three floors.

Once Voyager of the Seas arrives in Sidney in 2012, where she will begin a five-month cruise season. Royal Caribbean will have a total of five cruise ships in Australia in 2012 and 2013. You can read more here.

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