Voyager of the seas completes bow-to-stern revitalization


Voyager of the Seas New Delhi, December 6, 2014:- Royal Caribbean International's Voyager of the Seas, the largest cruise ship based in Asia, has successfully completed her month-long $80 million revitalization recently. Guests in the region can now enjoy a variety of first-at-sea features such as the FlowRider surf simulator and Virtual Balcony staterooms. In addition, the ship also received a 3D cinema, digital signage, a new Diamond Club for Crown and Anchor Society members as well as new dining options including Izumi Japanese Cuisine, Giovanni's Table Italian trattoria and Chops Grille steakhouse. The ship's revitalization was carried out under a contract with Sembawang Shipyard, a subsidiary of Sembcorp Marine Ltd. and is also the largest cruise ship revitalization project ever completed in Singapore.

Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas "As a cruise brand that is dedicated to innovation and continuous elevation of its services and infrastructure, Royal Caribbean International has been setting precedents to what comprises luxury status, comfort, entertainment and adventure activities. The refurbishments on board Voyager of the Seas reflects the brand's commitment to constantly push the boundaries of world class cruising to offer nothing but superlative quality to its patrons," said Mrs. Ratna Chadha, Chief Executive of TIRUN Travel Marketing, the exclusive India Representative for Royal Caribbean International.

The newly revitalized ship set sail from Singapore on November 25 to Sydney where she will be based for her 2014/15 winter-spring season. She will then return to Singapore next April to feature a 10-night cruise to Tokyo calling at Nha Trang, Hong Kong, Taipei (Keelung) and Nagasaki. The ship will also homeport in Hong Kong from June to October 2015 with 22 roundtrip sailings ranging from three- to 10-nights and visit ports-of-call including Okinawa, Nagasaki, Japan; Jeju, South Korea; Sanya, China; Ho Chi Minh and Hue/Danang (Chan May), Vietnam.