Let’s party like it’s #Royalcaribbeantime

Voyager of the Seas is back! And to celebrate, after her $80 million dollar refit, Royal Caribbean invited 1400 travel agents, bloggers and 50 of their Aussie Facebook fans on board to take part in a massive party.

The exclusive one night party at sea allowed guests, including some-time Where to next? collaborator Thatraveller, a sneak peek at the multi-million dollar refit, which includes the addition the Flowrider, Australia’s first surf experience at sea. Voyager of the Seas lobster at one of the signature specialist restaurants Other new features include a 3D cinema, three new signature specialty restaurants; Chops Grille Steakhouse, Giovanni’s table Italian and Izumi’s Japanese.

  On a boat ⛵️   A photo posted by @holly_osullivan on

There’s also a outdoor poolside movie screen and Australia’s first virtual balcony staterooms which show realtime views of the ship’s surrounding in interior staterooms.

Voyager of the Seas atrium

Voyager of the Seas is Australia’s largest superliner, and also features an ice skating rink, basketball court, rock climbing wall and the Royal Promenade; an indoor street with shops, bars and cafes.

A photo posted by @holly_osullivan on

Facebook fans were asked to vote for their favourite party song to win an invitation to the party, and winners were entertained on the night by Nathaniel, who performed one of Royal Caribbean’s Top 10 party songs: Live Louder.

A fun night had by all according to Teen No. 1. So teens like to cruise – who knew? Something to consider for the next family holiday?
More info here: RoyalCaribbean.com.au

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Deborah

Mother, travel blogger, social media diva, scuba girl and passionate eco-warrior, on a mission to remove plastic from my life. I also blog here about diving: www.diveplanitblog.com

2 Comments

  1. Hi,

    We just got off a 14 day trip with Voyager of the Seas. We paid over $10K for the trip and had two teens 18 & 15. What you may not realised on your short trip, was that 15 year were specifically excluded from the majority of activities. children activities ended at 14. Adult activities started at 18. She could not even partake in the hoola hoop competition!

    It was a great boat and trip – just thought you’d like to know.

  2. Deborah Reply

    Thanks for the great feedback Heather – nothing for 15-18-year olds – that’s a gaping hole that needs filling! Although I’m not sure teens like organised activities. Mine actually really enjoyed the shows – and even the bingo. Did your teens try the flow rider?

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