Voyager Of The Seas To Sail From NYC In 2004

Monday, June 02, 2003
Royal Caribbean International’s mega ship Voyager of the Seas will soon boast an itinerary offering alternating nine-night Caribbean and five-night Canada cruises from New York City, from May through October 2004. The sailings mark the first time a Voyager-class ship has been home-based outside Florida or San Juan.

Launched in late 1999, Voyager of the Seas propelled the industry into the 21st century with an unprecedented design and onboard activities that changed the face of cruising. In addition to its sheer size – 142,000 GRT, measuring 1,020 x 157.5 ft., the vessel holds 3,114 passengers double occupancy.

Voyager of the Seas' New York season runs from May 16 to Oct. 22, 2004 during which the vessel will sail alternating Caribbean and Canada itineraries.

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