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  1. Hi Everyone, we are due to sail on Voyager next year, and was contacted by Royal Caribbean today to let us know that our room will no longer be able to accommodate 3 guests. It was on Deck 8, a spacious balcony stateroom. Has anyone else had a similar message? They are offering us deck 6, or at the very rear on deck 10. I have a feeling they might be turning the room into a twin? They said compensation will not be offered to us.
  2. Hey all, Is anyone else sailing on the Voyager of the Seas on August 2, 2020 out of Tokyo? Feeling a little panicky as there are no hotels showing as available within a two hour radius of Tokyo and anything that is available is like an apartment for over 2,000 a night!! or more.
  3. Hi all, would anyone have any information on the new deck 11 balconies at the front of the Voyager of the seas? It is showing new balcony cabins available at the front of the ship, but they where originally windows from the spa area. Has anyone stayed in these balcony cabins on other refurbished Voyager class ships? Do you have any photos you could share?
  4. I know this may be a long shot, but I figured this would be my only chance. Im looking for a blank key card, or any type of card, from Voyager of the Seas. I’m making a display with all of my key cards, but somehow lost my key card from my very first cruise, which was on Voyager of the Seas. So I’m looking for something to use as s placeholder in its place. Thank you all!!
  5. Back home off the Voyager of the Seas 9 day Asian cruise. Have submitted a rather long review which will be up once it is approved I guess, but if anyone has any questions or concerns about the ship I may be able to answer them.
  6. So the official page from Royal Caribbean does not include British Citizens on the list of visa free entries to Vietnam (from this page, and calling them to confirm: https://www.royalcaribbean.com/faq/questions/international-ports-travel-considerations) However I have been to Vietnam several times visa free, and the gov.uk says the following: "Until 30 June 2021, ‘British Citizen’ passport holders travelling for tourism or business can enter Vietnam for up to a maximum of 15 days (inclusive of dates of entry and exit) without a visa." (https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/vietnam/entry-requirements) They are adamant they must get me a visa and charge for it, I wonder how much they make charging Brits when they don't need one to start with... Edit: We also get stateroom 7290, decent?
  7. Does anyone know which port in Da Nang Voyager of the seas will dock in September this year? All documentation says Chan May but all other available information seems to imply that it will be Tien Sa. Has anyone been there recently? Thanks
  8. Just booked one of the few Panoramic Oceanview Suites on Voyager of the Seas. The cruise is only a 4 day, departing Singapore for Malaysia and Thailand next year. Still, I thought $600+ for a full suite with panoramic ceiling to floor windows at the front of the ship in both the living room and bedroom didn't seem bad. I'd miss the balcony, but the unique qualities of this cabin might make up for it? Agree or not? The highest category we've done on RCL before was a family junior suite on Quantum of the Seas. Are there many extra benefits with a full suite? Finally, I've been reading pretty mixed to poor reviews about Voyager. Several called her an old "rust bucket". Looks like there will be a dry dock soon, so maybe that will improve? Would you have any concerns about an older ship like Voyager? Any other thoughts or suggestions? Thanks in advance!
  9. DW and I are both Diamond. This was our first time on a Voyager-class ship. We took this cruise with trepidation because of the numerous negative CC reviews about the ship and its clientele, but it was the only extended SE Asia area cruise that we could take this year. Suffice it to say that the ship was in decent, although not perfect condition, we had no issues with anyone on board, and we had a great cruise. 1. Pre-cruise, we spent a number of days in Hong Kong, Siem Reap (for the Angkor temples--very worthwhile) and Singapore, traveling between each of them on inexpensive flights. Don't take this cruise without spending time in Singapore--it really is unique. 2. Embarkation, debarkation and port stops were all relatively quick and painless (helped by being in a suite), except for the one tender port where there was a very long line in the hot sun to get back on the ship--however, one of the Suite Concierges located us in the line and helped us skip it (no, that act didn't bother us too much on a 100 degree day). It was an easy 15 minute taxi ride from our central Singapore hotel to the cruise dock. Lots of extension cords (including a small one I had), surge protectors and other contraband were confiscated from luggage upon embarkation and kept in the bottom deck Naughty Room during the cruise. We were one of the first off the ship in Hong Kong (we walked off with our own luggage) at 6:15 AM (when I then retrieved my extension cord from a table when exiting the ship). Beware--it can take awhile to get a taxi at Kai Tak as they only come one by one. We got to the Hong Kong airport by 7:45 AM via taxi to Kowloon Station and the Airport Express train. This let us very quickly and easily check in, get our boarding passes and drop off our luggage at the airline counter at Kowloon Station before the quick train ride to the airport and was cheaper than taking the taxi all the way to the airport. Even with the time needed to go through various immigration checks and carry-on luggage screening and walk to the distant terminal gate, we made our 11:30 AM flight with hours to spare. 3. We had a full (Grand) suite for the first time on RCI. We liked the extra space, the big bathroom and balcony, and the associated perks (especially the line-skipping at various times, the reserved ice show and other entertainment seating and the bridge visit). The Grand Suite was very comparable to our only prior suite (on the Coral Princess). We booked it 13 months before the cruise at a rate cheaper than or comparable to the usual JS per day price, so doing so was a no-brainer for us. Shortly thereafter, the JS price substantially exceeded our GS price (when available) and stayed that way. 4. The vast majority onboard appeared to be Brits, Aussies, and US, with a smattering of Spanish and Portuguese speakers, and maybe 20% Chinese and other Asians. None of the crowding, cutting in line or other "cultural differences" I've seen in other reviews of this ship made an appearance. A section of the casino was cordoned off for Chinese high rollers (all signs in Chinese) but I never saw anyone there--in fact, this was the emptiest I've ever seen a casino on a cruise. In contrast, the bars and pool areas were almost always very busy. The MDR had its usual menus (but see below) and the entertainment was almost entirely presented in English (and was generally quite good). We were told that the immediately prior shorter cruise was totally different by some B2Bers--most of the pax were Asians, and the ship's food and entertainment were shifted accordingly. 5. Michelle Oliveira, undoubtedly the most voluptuous CD on Earth, was constantly seen everywhere on the ship and did a nice job along with Kitty, the Activities Manager, who handled our CC Roll Call Meet & Mingle party on the first sea day (I'm still upset from not winning one of the RCI backpacks at our Meet & Mingle raffle 😄). 6. When it came to choosing the large, bright, lively Diamond lounge on deck 14 (with the next door overflow area)versus the dark, mostly empty Concierge lounge for suite guests on deck 9, we went with the former unless we needed the help of the terrific suite Concierges, Xinxin and Jian, both of whom did a lot for us on the cruise and made or fixed all of our specialty restaurant reservations. Francisco, the Diamond Concierge, was also great. 7. We chose the new Unlimited Dining Plan. After various price fluctuations, the UDP ended up being $199 for 9 days (although we were off the ship one day) which we thought was a great deal. It will be very difficult to go back to the MDR (we saw the latter's menus because we were in a suite and could have ordered off the MDR menu for room service, but we never did except once for breakfast). We never ate at the MDR or JR's and only once (upon embarkation) at the Windjammer and didn't miss any of them. The specialty restaurant choices on Voyager are effectively limited to Giovanni's, Chops and Izumi, but that wasn't a problem for us. We ate lunch on sea days at Giovanni's and Chops. There were plenty of choices on the menus for us not to be bored, and it was nice being served each meal in a pleasant, quiet restaurant table arrangement instead of the massive, hectic, noisy MDR or the frantic Windjammer (we've done many RCI cruises where those were the only places we ate). We didn't try going to more than one of them in an evening. Breakfast was mostly at Giovanni's at it was the venue set up for suite guests, and it was also an enjoyable experience. We really enjoyed everything we ordered at Giovanni's and Chops except one branzino entree that seemed to have been frozen for too long.The sushi at Izumi was mediocre compared to our local Japanese restaurants but the hot rock cooked food was delicious. The various desserts (and the pizza in the Promenade Cafe for snacks) have definitely improved from our prior RCI cruises. 8. The ship needs its upcoming extended drydock. The elevators were not always reliable and there were worn and rust spots on our balcony and around the ship, but everything seemed to be functioning. None of that wear and tear significantly affected our cruise. 9. Three of the four port stops required one to two and a half hour land trips to get to most places you'd want to see. If that's a problem for you, don't take this cruise. One stop that worked out very well for us was taking the Bangkok On Your Own RCI overnight bus trip ($50/PP) from the Laem Chabang port to Bangkok. As with the UDP, the online pre-cruise RCI price changed constantly for the bus ride. The bus dropped us off at the Central World mall in central Bangkok around 3:00PM on day one. We spent the night at a hotel a couple of blocks away from the mall (there are several good choices) and left our luggage there until just before we left Bangkok. Staying so close to the pickup/drop off point made the trip logistically very easy. The 24 hours or so in Bangkok gave us plenty of time to do sightseeing (done or arranged on our own) eat very well and do some shopping at the huge malls in the area. We then caught the bus back to the ship at 2:30 PM the next day. This shore excursion was a good quick introduction to Bangkok, but we're planning to go back and spend more time there someday. For the three Vietnam port stops we used the same tour company (Dung Pham--very reliable, worked out well, guides/drivers met us with personalized signs at each port stop, we paid during or after each tour in US$) as arranged by another CCer on our Roll Call (thanks, Carol!) in small group vans. Each trip went well and included good lunches, although we would have liked to spend much more time shopping in Hoi An and we can handle only so many religious sites. I'd be happy to answer any questions.
  10. Hi all, We are on cruising on the Voyager of the seas in September ( the last one before she gets a make over) I am wanting to know if there is a public laundry area that i can iron my clothes in ?? also ... Are the gym classes eg: yoga etc free or do you have to pay for ?? Thanks
  11. Hoping y'all can help us make a decision on which rooms to book... we are looking at booking a 6 night Western Caribbean cruise on Adventure of the Seas in March 2020. We need 2 adjoining rooms for a total of 6 people, and options are limited. The choices are complicated by the fact that I am *very* prone to motion sickness. We have interior options available mid-ship on deck 6 (mid and low are best for motion sickness in general), but would love balcony rooms, which are only available in the far back on Deck 10 (1670/1672 or 1370/1372). Do you think we would feel much of a difference in motion in far back Deck 10 vs mid ship Deck 6? We sailed the Mediterranean twice on the Brilliance of the Seas (a smaller boat, but calmer waters), and did a Caribbean cruise on Allure of the Seas (obviously a much larger ship), and I was totally fine on all 3 cruises except for a night or two on Brilliance when there were exceptionally rough seas (they had to close areas of the ship). The balcony rooms look AMAZING, but not worth me feeling horrible... Our exact itinerary would be: Fort Lauderdale Cruising George Town, Grand Cayman, Puerto Costa Maya, Mexico Cozumel, Mexico Cruising Fort Lauderdale Thank you!!!
  12. https://www.royalcaribbeanpresscenter.com/press-release/1401/voyager-of-the-seas-ups-the-ante-down-under-with-new-wave-of-thrills/ https://www.royalcaribbean.com/cruise-ships/voyager-of-the-seas
  13. Hi guys, I am sailing on the voyager on a 5 night Singapore to Singapore (goes to Malaysia) in November -she’s bout to get a refurb yay! Ok question time for those who have sailed on her on a Singapore cruise - do they still have a diamond lounge ? I read somewhere they don’t allow diamond and above in it as it turns into a high roller casino is that right? What do they do with the diamond and above members if we aren’t allowed in it - do they convert another bar or another lounge into a diamond lounge access? I know there will be a few diamond members on this cruise as Im apart of the cruise group for that sailing and we are also all doing the repositioning cruise back to Australia straight after this cruise Cheers
  14. Looks like Voyager is scheduled to leave Singapore for 9 nights to Hong Kong on 6/29/19. Gotta wonder what things will be like with 2 million protesting in the streets yesterday. Another cruise leaves from Hong Kong on 7/12 and perhaps there is a 4 day cruise leaving on 7/8, but nothing shows on RCCL website. The question remains, what will Royal do if there are still protests at that time? Appears it would be difficult to skip Hong Kong since it is both a disembarkation and an embarcation port. Has anything similar to this ever happened before and what was the remedy?
  15. Debating if I need cardigans for aboard ships. I have a windbreaker for the airplane but wonder if I want something nicer for dining room and lounges and shows. With the number if people on the ship in a warm part of the world (Asia, summer), what is the indoor temperature?
  16. Silly question but is there a clothesline in inside cabins on Voyager of the Seas?
  17. Hi All To my understanding Voyager of the Seas will return from Singapore Dry docks to Australia in latter 2019 after it has undergone its Amplified refurbishment. Does anybody understand if the existing gym will be moved AFT to what is currently the Childrens Adventure Zone? and as part of that relocation the Mens and Womans free Dry and Wet sauna will be removed? I believe that is what happened on Navigator of the Seas. Cheers
  18. Hi We have been umming and arring about booking the Voyager sailing from Hong Kong on August 14th 2019. It's a 7 day calling at 2 ports in Japan and 1 in Subic Bay. It is still on the official timetables site with prices but nowhere else (including the official site) Does anyone know what happened? Thanks
  19. We are doing the Singapore to Hong Kong cruise in a few weeks on Voyager of the Seas. Looking at the drinks packages they only let you have wine by the glass which is not very convenient if you want to go back to your room and share a bottle. Does anyone have a copy of a wine list with prices (bottle and glass)? And can you buy a bottle from the bar and take it to your room? Or just a guideline of the price of a glass or a bottle of the cheaper/average priced offerings? I guess it will be in US dollars. Thanks in advance
  20. Gidday! Have a large family group cruising next year on Voyager. Most are booked in the aft of the ship and I was wondering if the AMP upgrade has affected any of the aft balconies. Especially interested in 7388 and 7688. Thanking you in advance. TraceyG 😊
  21. We are frequent cruisers (somewhere around 50 cruises to date), and Platinum member with Royal Caribbean. We booked this 5-day Chinese New Year cruise about six months ago, and traveled with good friends of ours. We did a 3 night stay in Singapore Pre-Cruise and a 1 night stay in Singapore Post-Cruise before catching our flights home. We traveled on United Airlines non-stop To/From San Francisco. PRE-CRUISE We booked three nights in advance at the Royal Plaza on Scotts right off Orchard Rd. We got a great price booking direct from their website. The location was perfect, steps from the MRT station and plenty of low cost food court dining options as well as nice restaurants. The room was upgraded to a deluxe room on the 12thfloor. The room / hotel was very clean and well equipped. Loved the free mini-bar (non alcohol options only). We didn’t book the hotel breakfast. Extremely overpriced and there are so many inexpensive breakfast options including a Starbucks just steps from the hotel. The hotel staff was very friendly. SINGAPORE The ride from Changi Airport to the hotel was via a taxi. The taxis are very clean and efficient. We got some Singapore Dollars from an ATM in Baggage Claim, so we were ready. The Taxis take credit card, but charge a convenience fee. Best to pay cash. Also, tipping the driver is not expected. Ok to round up and tell him/her to keep the change. It is about a 25 minute ride from the Airport to downtown (Orchard Road) We were fortunate as we arrived in Singapore at about 8am and got to the hotel about 930. The hotel had rooms ready for us which was fantastic. We relaxed a bit around the hotel eather lunch at one of the local hawker centers nearby. We booked a few tours with a company called With Locals (www.withlocals.com) . We’ve used them in the past and they are fantastic most of the time. The first night we booked a Magical Singapore by Night tour. It was supposed to be a two hour tour, but ended up about 3.5 hours. So many sights to see around Chinatown especially for the Chinese New Year celebrations. We ended the tour at the lagoon by Marina Bay Sands for the Spectra Light Show. It was a wonderful evening, and our Guide Jack was fantastic. The following day, we did another tour pre booked with Monica at With Locals. This one was the Secrets of Singapore which included some off the beaten track signts including Singapore’s last remaining original village. Aa well as some “regular “ non-tourist neighborhoods and temples. Monica was the best With Locals guide we’ve ever had and we were glad to have booked her the following day for a Private Gardens by the Bay tour. It is very easy to get around Singapore using the busses or MRT. They both are safe and incredibly clean. Since there were four of us, we often took a taxi or a Grab (Asia’s version of Uber). Gardens by the Bay was wonderful. Be sure to buy your tickets at least a day in advance for the Domes on Klook. (www.klook.com). So mich cheaper than buying direct from the venue. Same thing goes for the Sky Park at Marina Bay Sands. You’ll save about 10.00 pp buying this way. For the actual Chinese New Year, we booked a With Locals Tour with HJ that started about 9pm and went until after midnight. We were fortunate to enjoy ringing in the new year at a large Chinese Temple in Chinatown. Complete with the lion dancing and fireworks. VOYAGER OF THE SEAS We took taxis from the hotel to the Ship at about 11am. Embarkation was a bit chaotic. We had purchased a few bottles of wine to bring on board (one too many for our group). They were going to make me check the extra bottle to retrieve after teh cruise. I offered the bottle for free to another gentleman passing by and he leaned over and asked my stateroom number. A couple days into the cruise, he brought the bottle by our stateroom. That was incredibly nice of him. Totally unexpected. We had a balcony stateroom on Deck 12. I was very impressed with the size and condition of the cabin. Large and plenty of room. Nicely equipped, although I wish there was an outlet by the bedside. The shower and bathroom was incredibly small and the water pressure not the best. The linens were comfy, but the mattress a bit worn and too firm for my liking. Our cabin steward was excellent. In fact ALL of the staff we encountered were very friendly and accommodating. No exceptions. Ship’s condition – The exterior of the ship was bad..really bad and in need of a paint job. The Interior in some places showed her age and wear, but overall, the common places were fine. The ship was clean, but there was no hiding the rust and peeling paint all over the exterior. The Spa facilities (sauna and steam room) are in need of refurbishment. The paint has all peeled from the roof of the steam room and the mildew smell is overwhelming. The sauna was not as bad. Demographics- As this was a CNY cruise, 95+ percent was Chinese or Malaysian. Very few Caucasians, and those who were Caucasian were mostly Aussies. At the risk of being flamed, the behavior of many of the Chinese guests was reprehensible. Pushy and rude. So much so, we didn’t even go to the Windjammer buffet but once. There is no respect of order or queuing. My gosh, you’d think it was their last meal and they were running out of food. You would literally be elbowed and pushed out of the way. We could see the crew was getting annoyed on many occasions. Listen, I have nothing at all against Asians...I am married to one, but seriously? This display of humanity was embarrassing. I kept telling myself it was a cultural thing and not meant to be rude but wow...just wow. We have traveled all over Asia and I have not noticed that in places like Vietnam and Thailand. On the ship, most announcements and entertainment was in Mandarin. That was not a problem for us. Food – I’ve read many complaints about the food on board. Having many cruises to compare it to, the food in the MDR was fine. Most good. Only one meal was mediocre. We ate in Chops one night and the food was excellent and service impeccable. Our wait staff in the MDR were Indonesian and it was amazing to see how the Chinese guests treated them like peasants. They worked hard to please everyone, but there was no pleasing some of the guests. The Pizza place was always fresh and ready with pizza, treats or sandwiches and the choices changed daily. Entertainment – The headliners were pretty bad as compared to RCI’s entertainment on Caribbean ships. The Illusionist was just terrible. The juggler was better, but impossible to understand what he was saying. We didn’t attend any other shows. The piano bar was fun and it was great that the pianist (a Canadian) spoke enough Mandarin to wow the mandarin guests. He even knew a couple of songs in Mandarin, which was really impressive. PENANG – In Penang, we pre-booked a private taxi and the driver was waiting for us at the pier. He was great! Morgan Uppayan. We did have some rain and had to bypass the Botanical Gardens, but did get to see a few temples like the Reclining Budda. Morgan also recommended a great (clean) Spa that we stopped at. All in our group got 1 hour massages and everyone loved it! Very inexpensive as well. About 15 USD for an hour. We also visited the Chew Jetty and murals. LANGKAWI - We also prebooked a taxi with Mr. Taxi and our driver was Meget. We spent 8 hours with Meget at the cost of about 50 USD. We first went to the Cable Car and it was closed due to high winds. So, he took us to the Mangrove Tour which included many stops by boat. The cost for that was 450 Ringit for 3 hours to charter the whole boat. Well worth it as you get to seem some incredible sights. After that we returned to the cable car and purchased the Express tickets for the glass bottom car for 105 Ringit pp. Well worth it! Skipped the huge queue. This is a must see while in Langkawi. After that, we stopped for a bin on the side of the road to feed a few of the THOUSANDS of wild monkeys all over the place. It was great fun as well. PHUKET – We were told to queue up at 730 am to get tender tickets and got number 10. We were on the Tender about 830 am and they didn’t even look at or check the tickets. Again we hired a private driver, Lek Landen for 2500 Bhat for 7 hours. Money well spent. Let first took us to an Elephant Trekking outfit. We opted for the 30 min ride and we really enjoyed it. Our guide was very engaging and there were plenty of opportunites to engage with the elephants as well as hand feeding them. After that we visited Tiger Kingdom. I was a bit skeptical as it was expensive by Thai standards. About 30 USD pp. Wow, I am glad we did this as it was one of the trip highlights. We opted for the Big Cat experience (they have Medium and small Cat options as well as multiple options) We spent about 15-20 mins with about three different huge tigers and the staff was very engaging. They took out cameras and took hundreds of photos as they helped engage the tigers to pose by feeding them bits of chicken. There were at least three or four handlers and at no time did we feel unsafe. The tigers, all bred in captivity, appeared happy and healthy, and the place was very clean. I consider this a must see when in Phuket. After this, we stopped at a jewelry outlet recommended by our guide. It was my wife’s 50thbirthday on this day, so of course, I let her pick a ring she wanted. It had to be sized, so we left and returned a few hours later as it was perfectly sized. After lunch at a local Thai restaurant, we stopped at a souvenir shop before heading back to Patong Beach to board our tender. I would have loved to spend a couple of days in Phuket. The people were so friendly and gracious. You got the feeling they really appreciated you being there. It was amazing to see that there was no evidence of the devastation caused by the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami that destroyed everything in Patong Bay. We enjoyed a full day at sea prior to disembarking in Singapore. It was nice to have a day to unwind after a hectic schedule. Disembarkation was utter chaos. Probably the longest it has ever taken us on any cruise. The ship didn’t dock until about 8am and we were asked to vacate the staterooms by 830. We were in Group 2 and we still didn’t get off the ship and through immigration until about 930 am. We were considering booking a 10am flight from Singapore that morning. So glad our travel agent convinced us otherwise. We would have NEVER made it. Instead, we booked an inexpensive room at the Changi Village Hotel near the airport. This was a nice break as the area is very local. Plenty of inexpensive local eateries aroung. Getting a taxi from the port was a breeze. Plenty available with little to no queue. The hotel was 3 star at best. The common areas were very nice, but the rooms are in need of refurbishment. And not as clean as we would have liked. Nonetheless, they had a free shuttle to the airport the following morning, so all was good. All in all, a great vacation that we really enjoyed.
  22. Seems like RCI appointed their first Chinese Asian captain on Voyager of the Seas, Capt WU Huimin. Their Cruise Director have also been changed to a Chinese - Mr. Troy. This may be likely to be part of their strategy to gain Chinese market share, but I am not sure if the standards and culture of RCI have been affected. Importantly, Voyager is homeport in Singapore, and not China. Been on Voyager of the Seas twice, in November 2018 and February 2019 - and noticed a difference in staff service standards and management, as well as versus that of previous cruises I took with RCI on Legend and Mariner. Having an open seating at the MDR after a port day was a disaster - with guests coming back to long queues for dinner and having the Windjammer full. Being a fully booked sailing for Chinese New Year, a section of Windjammer was also closed off for a few nights to host a Hotpot dinner (chargeable). Staff was trying hard to sell their packages and was introduced to the Galley Tour with Lunch. Staff was marketing it such as we will get to try food from Giovanni and Chops Grille, however, the buffet line was just a disappointment and if not, worse than what you get at the MDR meals. The tour was also inconsistent from group to groups. When there was another group crowding another section, our group simply skipped it and moved on. The tour and lunch costed us USD 32+, which I could just book a speciality dining by itself perhaps. Anyone have any experience to share on VOTS from Singapore? Especially from Jan 2019 onwards? https://www.tnp.sg/lifestyle/travel/royal-caribbeans-first-asian-captain-spends-half-his-cnys-sea
  23. Trying to decide on a deck for a Promenade view room on Mariner. Looking for convenience, not near the pub and a decent view for parades and other activities. Choices are decks 6,7,8. Suggestions/ thoughts are most welcome!
  24. G'day Guys, We were in a GS on Radiance for a Xmas & NYE cruise and we had access to the DL. Would like to know if the above DL access is fleet wide(especially on Voyager our next cruise) for suite guests(GS) Cheers Craig
  25. Hi all, we're booked on our first cruise which will be on Voyager in January 2020. Can you tell me if the cabins on Voyager have dvd players, or whether the tvs in the cabins allow a dvd player to be connected? Thanks!
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