Royal Caribbean Cruises Voyager of the Seas gets $97 million makeover

Royal Caribbean Cruises Voyager of the Seas gets $97 million makeover

Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas cruise ship received a $97 million makeover in 41 days and sailed into Singapore to kick off her cruise season across southeast Asia.

The first Royal Amplified cruise ship to debut in Asia, Voyager of the Seas will be cruising roundtrip from Singapore on a series of 3- to 5-night adventures to Penang, Melaka and Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), Malaysia; and Phuket, Thailand.

New cruise ship additions include first-to-market experiences and amenities, such as the Perfect Storm duo of three-storey racer waterslides and glow-in-the-dark laser tag with Battle for Planet Z. Debuting alongside this lineup is the reinvigorated Vitality Spa and Fitness Center, redesigned kids and teens spaces as well as 72 new inside and balcony staterooms.

Guests can also look forward to the new Royal Caribbean mobile app, which will deliver a more seamless holiday experience. Through the app, travellers will be able to check in for their cruise, view their onboard expenses as well as make and manage reservations for onboard activities, dining, shows and shore excursions, among other features.

Angie Stephen, Managing Director, Asia-Pacific of Royal Caribbean Cruises said, “Our newly transformed Voyager of the Seas will wow our guests more than ever, with a larger array of unique next-generation experiences and signature Royal Caribbean offerings. This is a tremendous boost for our efforts to grow our presence in Singapore and across the region, as we look forward to welcoming more guests to enjoy our amplified cruise products.”

Voyager of the Seas set course for Penang on its first southeast Asia cruise on October 21, 2019. Beginning November 30, the amplified ship will set sail for a season Down Under with 9- to 12-night South Pacific cruises from Sydney and visit exotic destinations, including Brisbane and Airlie Beach, Australia; Noumea and Mare, New Caledonia; and Mystery Island, Vanuatu.

In 2020, Voyager of the Seas will return to Singapore for her summer season from May to June, with a series of 3- to 5-night sailings to popular destinations in southeast Asia.

Source: Royal Caribbean

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