VOYAGER of the SEAS
Owner: Royal Caribbean International: - USA
|First ship of the Voyager Class, at that time world's largest cruiseship. The serie of technically broadly identical ships consist off 5 sisterships.|
Caribbean International has announced the 138,000gt Voyager of the Seas
will undergo a multimillion-dollar bow-to-stern revitalisation before
being deployed in Australia for the 2014/15 Southern Hemisphere summer
season. Dec. 1-2014 Voyager of the Seas has completed a month-long $80m
revitalisation programme at the ship repair facility in Sembawang
Shipyard, a subsidiary of Sembcorp Marine.
Voyager of the Seas now provides the FlowRider surf simulator and Virtual Balcony inside staterooms.In addition, the ship will offer a 3D cinema, digital signage, a new Diamond Club for Crown and Anchor Society members along with new dining options, including Izumi Japanese cuisine, Giovanni's Table Italian trattoria and Chops Grille
Entered service: 1999 – Refit: 2014 - Gross tonnage: 138.134 - Pass. lower beds: 3138 - All berths: 3840 - Passenger decks: 14 -Length: 311,10 m. - Beam: 38,60 m. - Drive diesel/electric: 6 diesel engines make Wärtsilä type 12V46C - Total installed power: 75.600 kW. - Propulsion: by 3 Azipods - 2 azimuthing-1 fixed - 14 MW each. - Max. speed 22 knots - Built: Kvaerner Masa-Yards - Finland -Yard no. 1344 - Flag: Bahamas - Classification: DNV.
Sisterships: Explorer of the Seas (2000) - Adventure of the Seas (2001) - Navigator of the Seas (2002) - Mariner of the Seas (2003)
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