Voyager of the Seas refit changes in October

Voyager of the Seas refit changes in October

The Voyager of the Seas refit is to begin a little later this year and will be completely finished in October, and with it will bring a host of changes to Australia’s largest cruise ship. The ship already has some great features, such as the rock-climbing wall and ice-skating rink, but Royal Caribbean wants to add more.

We have yet to learn how much this Voyager of the Seas refurbishment is costing, although RCI has said it is a multi-million dollar project. However, with what they have planned to bring to the cruise ship it will be money well spent.

Voyager will be the first ship in Australia to come with the FlowRider surfing simulator, which has proved a popular attraction with other Royal Caribbean ships; something that we know Australian’s will love.

Staterooms are to get a refresh, with interior rooms coming with virtual balconies offering live views of the ocean. These rooms will have an 80-inch screen to project the images on, giving you the feeling that you have an outside cabin.

Voyager of the Seas is to also get a 3D movie theatre, which is already a huge feature on some of the larger Royal Caribbean ships. There is to also be new dining options, and improved technology. This means improved Wi-Fi throughout the ship, as well as interactive TVs in each stateroom.

Visit the official webpage for Voyager of the Seas for more details on these changes.

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