Royal Caribbean to Offer the Dreamworks Experience Aboard Voyager of the Seas


Voyager of the Seas is the fifth Royal Caribbean ship to offer the Dreamworks Experience. // (c) 2011 Royal Caribbean.

Royal Caribbean International and DreamWorks Animation SKG will extend the DreamWorks Experience to a fifth ship in 2012: the Voyager of the Seas.

The Dreamwork Experience offers exclusive special events and parades, interactive character breakfasts in the main dining room, and photo opportunities with characters. The DreamWorks Experience will be in place and available to guests at the start of the summer 2012 Asia season.

At 137,276 gross registered tons, Voyager of the Seas ranks among the world’s 10 largest cruise ships. The ship’s inaugural Asia season will start on May 26, 2012 in Singapore, followed by sailings from Shanghai (Baoshan) and Tianjin in China. Voyager of the Seas will then sail Australian waters during the winter and spring 2012-13 season.

Voyager of the Seas will offer vacationers three-, four-, five- seven- and eight-night itineraries in Asia, and longer 14- to 18-night cruises in the South Pacific to Australia and New Zealand. Chinese guests also can expect dining, entertainment and amenities tailored to their preferences.


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