Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas is back in Singapore, offering up to 90 regional sailings
Having returned to Singapore on April 30th, Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas will see her longest-running Southeast Asian programme yet.
On offer are up to 90 sailings from April 2018 to June 2019, covering numerous regional destinations.
The 3-9 night itineraries include a weekend cruise to Penang/ Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), a 5‐night cruise to Bangkok (Laem Chabang) with an overnight stay, and a 7‐night cruise to Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), Penang, Langkawi and Phuket (with an overnight stay).
RCL is also expecting an upsurge in fly- cruise bookings for ships in Southeast Asia, from markets such as Australia, China, India, Indonesia and Malaysia.
“Overall, we are experiencing an estimated 30% increase for fly-cruise bookings for Southeast Asian sailings out from Singapore, comparing 2017 with 2016,” observes RCL Corporate Communications Manager (Singapore & Southeast Asia) Chin Ying Duan. “This corresponds with the growth of our deployment here.”
One of Southeast Asia’s largest cruise vessels, Voyager of the Seas is the lead ship of RCL’s Voyager-class – with a 138,194 GT tonnage, 15 decks and a capacity of 4,269 guests. Accommodation choices range from suites to promenade staterooms and virtual balcony interior staterooms showing real‐time ocean views.
Guests onboard can expect a wide range of leisure options as well. The ship’s facilities include various duty-free boutiques at its Royal Romenade, a full-sized sports court with a FlowRider surf simulator and rock‐climbing wall, a library and an ice-skating rink.
Other entertainment options are a three-tier theatre with live shows, and a Dreamworks Entertainment experience featuring cartoon characters from Shrek, Kung Fu Panda and other Dreamworks movies. Families have exclusive opportunities for interaction, photo sessions and breakfasts with characters.
As for dining, cruisers can choose from staples like the 24-hour Café Promenade and Windjammer Cafe buffet restaurant, which serves an array of international and Asian fare. Specialty restaurants like Chops Grille Steakhouse, Giovanni’s Table, Izumi and Johnny Rockets are also part of the ship’s gourmet selections.
Cruises are currently open for booking. Info on the latest promotions for Voyager of the Seas’ new Singapore sailings are available from local agents.