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Voyager of the Seas
Royal Caribbean International

Built in 1999 -- 142,000 tons -- 3114 passengers (double capacity)


Fourteen decks above the ocean, Voyager of the Seas’ Viking Crown Lounge features panoramic sea vistas. 

Voyager of the Seas’ Skylight Chapel is a wedding chapel on the upper level of the Viking Crown Lounge—literally heavenly. 

Stay fit at sea running or walking on the jogging track, skating on the in-line track, or working out in Voyager of the Seas’ 15,000 square foot Ship Shape Fitness Center with its full range of exercise equipment. 

For golfers, Voyager of the Seas offers a 9-hole small-scale course and the 19th Hole bar. 

The 200-foot rock-climbing wall aft of the Voyager of the Seas’ funnel is a challenge for both beginners and experts. 

Voyager of the Seas’ two-story library contains 3,000 books, a CD-ROM jukebox, and houses the computer center with Internet access available 24 hours a day. 

The Connoisseur Club is Voyager of the Seas’ bar exclusively for cigar aficionados. 

Voyager of the Seas has a regulation-size ice skating rink that doubles as a fully operational television studio. 

Weighing in excess of 50 tons and worth over a million dollars, the four large aquariums that decorate the Aquarium Bar on Voyager of the Seas are filled with seawater and tropical fish. 

The Voyager of the Seas has its own zip code—33132-2028.

Voyager of the Seas has “inside” rooms with a view—their bowed windows overlook the Royal Promenade. 

Johnny Rocket’s is Voyager of the Seas’ 50’s diner with red Naugahyde booths, Formica counters, and a jukebox. 

From its hydraulic pit to the top of the domed ceiling, Voyager of the Seas’ La Scala Theater is five decks high and is decorated in the style of Milan’s opera house. 

During inclement weather, the solarium cover protects Voyager of the Seas’ forward-most swimming pool with its adjacent whirlpool tubs. 

Teenage passengers on Voyager of the Seas have their own Optix Teen Disco and video arcade. 

Voyager of the Seas’ Schooner Bar features a nautically inspired décor, right down to the unique scent.

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