Voyager of the Seas

Voyager of the Seas

The Voyager of the Seas was built in Finland and was the largest ship in the world when it entered service in 1999.

Designed under the name “Project Eagle”, Voyager was christened by the Olympic gold medal-winning athlete Katarina Witt, on November 20, 1999. The maiden season was spent sailing in the Caribbean from Miami.

It was the first cruise ship to feature a rock climbing wall and an ice skating rink, features that were later added to other Royal Caribbean vessels.


Ship Specifications:
Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean International
Cruise Ship: Voyager of the Seas
Shipyard: Kværner Masa-Yards
Year Built: 1999
Tonnage: 142,000
Passengers: 3,100
Crew: 1,181
Length: 311.1 meters

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