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  1. Hi all! I just wanted to ask for some opinions on whether or not Promenade "windows" are worth the extra $$. I've stayed in interior and balcony staterooms before but have never been on a promenade view room. I personally felt like the balcony was wasted on me because I barely spent any time in it and it didn't help with motion sickness at all so it's not worth the upgrade in my case. Now I'm wondering which of the non-balcony staterooms is right for me. I'm specifically looking at interior vs promenade view. Other than the room feeling slightly bigger, does the window offer any other benefits? Can you enjoy the parades at the Promenade from the room? Is there a way to open the window to let some "fresh" air in? I dismissed OV and those virtual balcony ones because I feel like it would make the motion sickness worse, but I'd love to hear your experiences. I've also considered just booking a guarantee inside room and hoping it's low and midship but don't know how likely that would be.
  2. I've been reading where she's a bit older and maybe not as good of shape as other ships. Should I have booked a different ship? I'm sailing out of Boston for the New England/Canada cruise. Myself and two friends are going. We each booked our own cabin as we all have different sleep patterns and would just annoy the you know what out of each other.
  3. Hi, we are booked on the Voyager Spacious Panaramic cabin deck 12, cabin 1868. Has anyone stayed in this cabin? Can you tell me about it? Thanks😎
  4. Can anyone tell me about this ship? We booked her for the 10/16/22 sailing to New England😎 Thank you🚢🚢🚢
  5. "Due to ongoing uncertainty with the re-opening of international borders, as well as subsequent changes to their global return to service, Royal Caribbean has made a few adjustments to their upcoming itinerary offerings. Unfortunately, as a result of these changes, Royal Caribbean has cancelled additional sailings onboard Ovation of the Seas, Quantum of the Seas, Serenade of the Seas and Voyager of the Seas, including your upcoming cruise vacation. Royal Caribbean is offering the following options for impacted sailings: ?100% Refund ?125% Future Cruise Credit"
  6. My wife and I are trying to decide between multiple European cruises in June/July 2022. The pricing is crazy low on the 7 night Voyager of the Seas from Stockholm with stops in St. Petersburg, Tallinn, Visby, and Helsinki and one day at sea. I know it is an older ship that has been amped up. We are also looking at an 11 night cruise on Enchanted Princess (brand new ship). I know we won't be on the ship very much and the Voyager will be just fine but the Enchanted Princess with the additional ports (Oslo and Berlin) is enticing too. For perspective, pricing per cabin in a large balcony: Voyager (7 nights): $2,399 ($343/night) Enchanted Princess (11 nights): $6,688 ($608/night) Your thoughts are appreciated. Since I am posting this on the RCCL board, I kind of expect where the comments will lean. I wonder if they will be different on the Princess board.
  7. I am looking for a video of Voyager OTS mini suite #1154 or #1156 after it was refurbished in 2019. We are looking at the cabins for a Baltic Sea cruise. I know that there may not be much out there since the ship was shut down in March 2020 with COVID-19. Thank you in advance if you have anything to share.
  8. The wife has put up with me for almost 29 years and I thought it'd be nice to book a 30th anniversary cruise for next June, 2022. We're looking at two options: 7-night Alaska cruise out of Seattle on Quantum 7-night Scandinavia/Russia cruise out of Stockholm, Sweden on Voyager On either we'd go with a Junior Suite. This would be our fourth cruise with RCI, but the first three have all been in the Caribbean. So, if anyone has done one or the other (or both even better) I'd sure like your input, with any pics to boot! Oh, and one other question: is it worth the significant extra cost to upgrade to a Grand Suite from a Junior Suite? Thanks
  9. Seems like a lifetime ago nowadays, but I'm sure a lot of people here know the answer. The Mariner would be the obvious and longest timewise Voyager Class ship he had, but what was it the last? I can't remember, but don't think it's the Mariner.
  10. We have cabin 8618 booked on Voyager and I want to find out what the bed placement is in this particular cabin. I know years ago someone posted a way to tell but I can't remember what it is and if it applies to all ships. Thanks.
  11. For anyone who has stayed in this cabin, I'm just wondering if you liked it and what were the pros and cons. Thanks.
  12. Hey everybody, Just rescheduled our Baltic cruise that was originally supposed to be last summer for the third time, this time to August 2022 on Voyager. Wondering if anyone has any information on the two rooms we booked, 6502 and 6504. It is our first time in a non-interior room, and our first time in a forward facing room. We know that part of the view is of the helipad, and we think we’re pretty OK with that, we can see the water pat the helipad still though, correct? Anything else interesting about these rooms? Either pros or cons.
  13. Question - Looking at a few different cruises, saw one that peaked our interest. We have never done full suite before, but have sailed a few Jr Suites. Would a $1400 bump in cost be worth it to move to a Grand suite on a Voyager Class ship on a 4-5-6 night cruise? I know this will be totally subjective, but for those that have sailed both Junior Suites and above, would that extra cost be worth it ? If not, what is your break point to jump up to the next suite level? Thanks for your help?
  14. Does anyone know of a method to check to see if a ship has been chartered? Looking at Voyager 9/25/22, it seems to disappear that week. Out of Boston the week prior and several weeks after, but that specific week it seems to be a ghost. Eddie
  15. Hi when do you think they will post the Repo cruise from Singapore to Europe on Voyager.
  16. Hello all curious any thoughts on this cabin and location on ship for four adults thanks
  17. Does anyone know what the obstructions are on these cabins on the Voyage deck 9 aft?
  18. I'm an early riser and at 5 AM while searching the TV channels came across "Dream Cruises" on AWC channel. I came across the channel at about 5:05 and missed the intro, however, I was able to recognize that it was a large RCL ship. The description the channel indicated that it was an Adriatic Sea cruise. Anyway, into the program and the host identified the ship as Voyager and the itinerary was Venice, Slovenia, Livorno, Bari, Dubrovnik and back to Venice. Also, they identified one of the SR as Portofino. I've taken some 4 12 niters out of Barcelona and can't recall this itinerary or such a large ship out of Venice. For my simple curiosity, can anyone shed light on the time period and was this a regular itinerary of one-off. I do know that the Yugoslavian civil war ended on or about 2001. Ps. The host made it sound as though it was more current and the program description did not have a time period if it was aired previously.
  19. As Carnival announced it will be retiring most of their Fantasy class ships last week, speculation comes if RCL will follow suit and retire some of the older ships in its fleet as well. RCL has already sold and transferred some of the older class ships like the Sovereign and Vision class ships to its sister companies. It seems like Pullmatur may be seizing operations. The Monarch and Sovereign are currently disembarking valuable equipment and art off the ship. Sad if their run has come to an end and will be scrapped due to this pandemic. Monarch of the Seas being my first cruise, kind of hits a soft spot to see it end this way. The vision and radiance class have not been scheduled to be Amplified as like the larger ships in the fleet. Do you think the Empress, Majesty, the rest of the Vision and Radiance Class will still sail under the RCL flag? Or will RCL follow Carnivals suit and start selling their older ships? I think the Radiance class should survive since RCL still needs mid sized ships to fit in to the smaller ports. Thoughts?
  20. Does anyone know the status of Voyager? There haven't been any new cruises listed for a while. Is she going to the west coast? Any idea when more cruises will be listed?
  21. Has there been any more details on Voyager coming to the West Coast? I was thinking of using my FCC for that but don't see it in the online booking website.
  22. Hi folks, I'm hoping to get info from someone who has been in one of the new front facing balconies (1100, 1102, 1104, 1150, 1152) that were added when Navigator and Voyager were amped. I've been able to find videos online for the new junior suites on 11, but nothing showing the balconies in the very front. It looks like the balcony is extra deep and can accommodate lounge chairs, but my travel companion is very worried about the plexiglass wind screens. I was hoping someone might have been in one to give some feedback. amy
  23. So I received the following last night. Fortunately I didn’t get airfare yet but RC must have not sold enough or had a better place for VOTS to be. At least they gave us some decent options. I just wonder if I could press for more since I don’t have to get air fare reimbursed? Here’s the email: The following itinerary change in regards to your Voyager of the Seas sailing on August 2, 2020. Unfortunately, due to a change in their itinerary planning, Royal Caribbean has had to cancel this sailing. Royal Caribbean has put together a few alternative options as compensation for you to choose from. Please be aware that Royal Caribbean has specified offers based on the suite category in which you are booked. Option 1: Re-book one of the below select sailings: Golden Suite Guests (VP/GS/GT/OS/RS): Spectrum of the Seas: ?8-night Sailing departing from Shanghai (Baoshan), China on Aug 2nd, 2020 sailing to Osaka, Japan | Kobe, Japan (overnight) | Tokyo, Japan (overnight) ?8-night Sailings departing from Hong Kong, China on Nov 27th, 2020 or Jan 2nd, 2021 sailing to Fukuoka, Japan | Kagoshima, Japan | Nagasaki, Japan Quantum of the Seas: ?7-night Sailing departing from Beijing (Tianjin), China on Aug 2nd, 2020 sailing to Kyoto (Maizuru), Japan | Sakaiminato, Japan | Fukuoka, Japan Silver Suite, Balcony, & Interior stateroom Guests: Voyager of the Seas: ?9-night Sailing departing from Hong Kong, China on Jul 3rd, 2020 sailing to Hiroshima, Japan | Kobe, Japan (overnight)| Osaka, Japan | Kochi, Japan Quantum of the Seas: ?7-night Sailing departing from Beijing (Tianjin), China on Aug 2nd, 2020 sailing to Kyoto (Maizuru), Japan | Sakaiminato, Japan | Fukuoka, Japan Spectrum of the Seas: ?8-night Sailing departing from Shanghai (Baoshan), China on Aug 2nd, 2020 sailing to Osaka, Japan | Kobe, Japan (overnight) | Tokyo, Japan (overnight) ?8-night Sailings departing from Hong Kong, China on Nov 27th, 2020 or Jan 2nd, 2021 sailing to Fukuoka, Japan | Kagoshima, Japan | Nagasaki, Japan What you will receive: ?Your original stateroom category will be price protected at the original cruise fare rate, excluding taxes, fees, gratuities, and other non-cruise fare items. ?You will receive a credit to spend onboard per stateroom: o$100 USD for Interior, Ocean View, Balcony staterooms and Junior Suites, or $200 USD for Grand Suites and above. oPlus, an additional $50 USD for each third or more guest to spend onboard. ?You will also be reimbursed for non-refundable airline charges with receipts. oPlease email your airline receipts and booking information to RoyalGuestRelations@rccl.com for review and reimbursement. Option 2: If you can?t find an itinerary that works for you, re-book any other Royal Caribbean International sailing and receive the following credits to spend onboard per stateroom: ?$100 USD for Interior, Ocean View, Balcony staterooms and Junior Suites, or $200 USD for Grand Suites and above. oPlus, an additional $50 USD for each third or more guest to spend onboard. ?You will be reimbursed for non-refundable airline charges with receipts. oPlease email your airline receipts and booking information to RoyalGuestRelations@rccl.com for review and reimbursement. Option 3: If you choose to cancel: ?Royal Caribbean will process full refund of any paid portion of your cruise fare to the original form of payment, including any non-refundable deposit. ?Any pre-paid amenities will be refunded to the original form of payment within 7-10 business days from the day you call to confirm this option. ?Due to limited alternate suite options, Golden and Silver Suite guests will receive a Future Cruise Credit (FCC) to rebook at a later time should you choose to cancel. oThe amount will be based on your cruise fare, per person, non-inclusive of taxes and fees. Golden Suite guests qualify for a 30% FCC and Silver Suite guests qualify for a 15% FCC. Decisions regarding these re-accommodation offers need to be made and submitted by January 13th, 2020. These re-accommodation offers are available through this date. If you do not contact us by this date, Royal Caribbean will cancel your reservation.
  24. I don't see it posted yet, but some might be interested: https://www.smh.com.au/national/vanuatu-denies-entry-to-cruise-ship-following-influenza-diagnoses-20200229-p545kv.html This is becoming a thing now with crew or passengers coming down with flu causing cruise ships to be rejected by ports. Can't blame either side, but no one wins out of this. Cruisers lose a port, local businesses lose tourism. Covid-19 economic side effects.
  25. Hi Everyone, we are due to sail on Voyager next year, and was contacted by Royal Caribbean today to let us know that our room will no longer be able to accommodate 3 guests. It was on Deck 8, a spacious balcony stateroom. Has anyone else had a similar message? They are offering us deck 6, or at the very rear on deck 10. I have a feeling they might be turning the room into a twin? They said compensation will not be offered to us.
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