Voyager of the Seas
This ship is a revolutionary marvel of naval engineering. Enjoy one-of-a-kind features like an ice-skating rink, the Royal Promenade and a rock-climbing wall, just for starters. How did we accommodate all of these innovative ideas? Simple. We built a bigger cruise ship. The 138,000-ton, 3,114-guest Voyager of the Seas became the world's largest cruise ship when it entered service in November 1999. Innovations on this and other Voyager-family ships add up to more space for every guest, and include enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and exceptional recreational facilities.
Maiden Voyage: November 21, 1999
Passenger Capacity: 3,114
Godmother: Katarina Witt
Gross Tonnage: 138,000
Max Beam: 156'
Cruising Speed: 23.7 knots
The first three "main" dining rooms are on three different levels. In addition there are also two small side dining rooms, one port side, one starboard side off the Carmen Dining Room on deck 3. These are called the Granada Dining Room and the Seville Dining Room and have a capacity of 58 seats each. They will be used when the ship is sailing at maximum capacity or for small group functions.