Voyager of the Seas says it has wi-fi to match that on land, and they don’t mean slow UK wi-fi (UK only has 4% of end users on fast broadband compared to 60% in Korea and 70% in Japan). It doesn’t stop there, these ships are afloat to offer service and facilities, food and drink, entertainment and more. Voyager of the Seas was the first ship afloat to have a rock climbing wall, it has a surf simulator and an ice rink on board.

Routes take it round Asia exclusively so it offers an alternative to the normal UK Marella ships that travel Asia

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This is a Voyager Class cruise ship carrying 3,158 guests on 15 decks, a similar in size to the Azura or Ruby Princess.

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