Monday, March 25, 2013

Royal Caribbean International's two Asian-based cruise ships Voyager of the Seas and Legend of the Seas both arrived at Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore

Royal Caribbean International whose two Asian-based cruise ships Voyager of the Seas and Legend of the Seas were both at brand new Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore in the morning of March 23rd 2013. Voyager of the Seas which can be seen on the left in the photo below is the largest cruise ship based in Asia. It was starting on her 8-night cruise from Singapore to Shanghai. Her sister ship Legend of the Seas was leaving for a 2-night Malacca weekend cruise as part of her Singapore season.

Voyager of the Seas has arrived in Singapore for the first time on May 26th 2012 to start its maiden Asian season. 37,276-gross registered ton Voyager of the Seas also became the first cruise ship to call at the new Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore, as well as the largest to homeport in Asia. Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore can accommodate the new generation of larger cruise ships, such as Royal Caribbean International’s Oasis-class ships. It will be a key enabler towards realizing Singapore’s potential as a gateway to cruising in Southeast Asia and beyond.

Royal Caribbean's Voyager of the Seas (left)  and Legend of the Seas (right)
at Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore.
About Voyager of the Seas 
Known as a "Floating hotel" due to the range of facilities that it offers, along with some world firsts for cruise ships when the ship was launched, Voyager of the Seas can handle up to 3114 guests, and, along with its sisters in the Voyager class, is one of the largest passenger ships in the world.  Voyager features the world's first rock climbing wall (mounted on the funnel) and ice-skating rink at sea.

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