Royal Caribbean announced their Asian schedule today for the 3,138-passenger Voyager of the Seas. The scheduled, which will start May 26, 2012 in Singapore, will be the second ship positioned in the Asian market, alongside the 2,076-passenger Legend of the Seas.
“We have a leading market position in China,” explains Dr. Zinan Liu, group managing director of China and Asia for Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. “Customer demand is strengthening and we’re responding by increasing our commitment to the region with an additional, bigger ship, to offer a wider range of itineraries to even more ports.”
Voyager of the Seas will offer cruisers three, four, five, seven, and eight night Asian itineraries. The ship will also offer fourteen to eighteen night sailings in the South Pacific to New Zealand and Australia.
Introduced in 1999, Voyager of the Seas was last refurbished in 2009. This will be the largest ship to sail in the region offering ice skating, a three story high broadway theater, and a 9-hole miniature golf course.
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