Cruise ship set to sail after makeover

The new Perfect Storm waterslides are among the new features in the Voyager of the Seas.

Royal Caribbean International has unveiled a new look for Voyager of the Seas, which sailed from Singapore fresh from her US$97mil (RM406mil) makeover, as she kicked off her new season across South-East Asia.

The first Royal Amplified ship to debut in Asia, Voyager of the Seas is set to raise the bar on cruise holiday experiences following a dry dock in Singapore.

New additions to the ship include The Perfect Storm duo of racer waterslides and Battle for Planet Z laser tag.

Also making its debut is the reinvigorated Vitality Spa and Fitness Centre, redesigned spaces for children and teenagers as well as 72 additional inside and balcony staterooms.

Close to 500 consumer, trade and corporate guests were given a sneak peek of the ship’s new features during a special showcase.

Guests can also look forward to the new Royal Caribbean International mobile app, which will deliver a more seamless travel experience.

With the app, travellers will be able to check-in for their cruise vacation, view expenses and make reservations for onboard activities and shore excursions.

Asia-Pacific of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd managing director Angie Stephen said: “Our newly transformed Voyager of the Seas will wow cruise fans more than ever now, with her bigger array of unique next-generation experiences and signature Royal Caribbean offerings.

“This is a tremendous boost for our efforts to grow our presence in Malaysia and across the region, as we look forward to welcoming more guests to enjoy our upgraded cruise products.”

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