Settle in for four days of refreshing cruising across the sea when you set sail with the Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas from Singapore and back again.
Touring through unusual stops such as Penang and Phuket makes this trip particularly interesting. This route is an interesting one for the Voyager of the Seas.
Our price is the total you pay, no sneaky extra fees. Coming in at under $180 per day, this represents a value.
The Voyager of the Seas, based in the South Pacific and refurbished less than five years ago in 2014, is a highly-rated sizeable cruise ship that can carry comfortably over 3,900 passengers.
Aboard this ship you can enjoy rare activities like a roller skating rink, a rock climbing wall, and an ice skating rink.
The Voyager of the Seas also offers an outdoor movie theater, a gym, seven jacuzzis, a basketball court, a solarium, four pools, a ping pong table, a spa, and a casino.
The accompanying graph displays the cost over time for every type of cabin. Since it was first listed on April 9th of last year, the cost of this itinerary has varied between $418 and $930 for a stateroom, including $51 in taxes and port fees.
|$177.50 per day||$260.00 per day||$252.50 per day||$307.00 per day|
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This cruise consists of two days in port and one sea day. High points include a long stop in Phuket plus visits to more exotic cities like Penang.
|Mon, Jun 10||Singapore||4:30pm|
|Tue, Jun 11||Penang, Malaysia||2:30pm||10:00pm|
|Wed, Jun 12||Phuket, Thailand||9:00am||8:00pm|
|Thu, Jun 13||At Sea|
|Fri, Jun 14||Singapore||8:00am|
The Voyager of the Seas sails this route three times this year. The Quantum of the Seas also sails a route with the same stops but a slightly different schedule.In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.