Voyager of the Seas Revamp Revealed
Royal Caribbean International have revealed some of the details of Voyager of the Seas revamp, due to take place in October. This Sydney-based mega-ship is set to receive two of Royal Caribbean's fanciest features - a FlowRider surfing simulator and "virtual balconies" that provide interior cabins with ocean views via a high-definition screen that spans nearly floor to ceiling, providing real-time views of the ocean and destinations.
The industry-first virtual balcony is available for sale at the moment, but further details have yet to be released. However, Finnish boatyard company Mobimar have divulged that a contract has been signed with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines for 3 Flowrider retrofits, with Navigator of the Seas, Voyager of the Seas and Explorer of the Seas being named as the lucky recipients.
"We're super excited that Australia's own Voyager of the Seas is next in line for a vast rejuvenation," said Commercial Director of RCCL Australia, Adam Armstrong, "and while we can't yet reveal details of her new features, Navigator of the Seas gives a good hint of what's to come," he said.
Other additions to Navigator of the Seas include newly designed "panoramic" oceanview staterooms featuring full-length, floor-to-ceiling windows, more speciality restaurants including the all-new Sabor (Mexican), Izumi (Japanese) and Giovanni's Table (Italian). Official word on the additional details of Voyager revamp is expected soon.
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Source: Cruise Weekly, 18 February 2014