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Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship to Receive Multi-Million Dollar New Look

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Voyager of the Seas Dry Dock Details

Voyager of the Seas is to receive a huge new look during a dry dock this fall. The cruise line will spend $97 million to upgrade the vessel with enhancements and new features.

The upgrade is part of the Royal Amplified fleet modernization program with more than $1 billion being invested across 10 ships in four years. So far, Independence of the Seas, Mariner of the Seas and Navigator of the Seas.

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Rendering Courtesy: Royal Caribbean

The Perfect Storm waterslides will be added which are already featured on some of the other ships in the fleet. The thrilling feature includes the duo waterslides named Typhoon and Cyclone. A new Battle for Planet Z laser tag will be added. Kids and teen spaces will get a lot of attention with new open layouts, a new nursery for babies and tots and a new exclusive hangout for teens.

One of the biggest updates will be the new Vitality Spa and Fitness Center. The enhanced space will be relocated to the aft of the ship. Other upgrades include 72 new inside and balcony staterooms, a suite Lounge and outdoor area and the ship will be able to feature the new Royal Caribbean mobile app to make the cruise experience the best it can be.

Once the upgrade is complete the newly amplified Royal Caribbean cruise ship will debut on October 21 with a series of 3-night to 5-night Southeast Asia itineraries from Singapore. The ship will then begin sailing from Sydney, Australia on November 30, 2019, with 9-night to 12-night South Pacific cruises.

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The large 137,300-ton Voyager of the Seas is currently based in Asia and is just about the begin cruises out of Hong Kong. The vessel has a guest capacity of over 3,200 at double occupancy.

Main Rendering Courtesy: Royal Caribbean

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