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Voyager of The Sea - 5 Nights Port Klang and Phuket (Roundtrip from \Kuala Lumpur)
Cruise Line Royal Caribbean
Vessel 海洋航行者號 Voyager of the Seas
Duration 5 Day 2 Port
Country Singapore, Singapore
Port Free : Round trip Bus Transfer (Kuala Lumpur > Singapore Marina Bay Cruise Center)
Travel Date 19 Nov 2018
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The incredible Voyager of the Seas® introduced many of the iconic features that Royal Caribbean guests still love today. Conquer the rock-climbing wall, or find your adventure on the basketball court, ice-skating rink or mini-golf course. If it's zen you seek, achieve it poolside or at the relaxing VitalitySM Spa. Liven up your nights on the Royal Promenade, with parades, dancing, and duty-free shopping deals. And bring along some friends - with spacious public areas, enhanced staterooms, and a spectacular three-story dining room, this ship has room for your whole crew
- All of the details are compulsory to fill up in order for smooth process.
- This vessel only accept USD / Credit card only
- 7 working days to proceed booking ( Do take note that some might take longer than usual if your booking fall under the cruise waiting list)
- Boarding pass will send via email
  • 24 hour room service
  • Anytime dining
  • Casino
  • Club fusion
  • Internet cafe
  • Library
  • Lounge
  • Movies
  • Onboard Shopping
  • Performance
  • Pools and hot tubs
  • Shuffleboard
  • Smoking area
  • Sports court
Free
Round trip Bus Transfer (Kuala Lumpur > Singapore
Marina Bay Cruise Center)

Port : Singapore >> Port Klang >> Phuket >> Cruising >> Singapore

Itinerary
Visa Requirement & Passage Restriction

1. All passports/travelling documents must have at least 6 months validity as at the end of sailing period.

2. Its passenger’s responsibility to ensure that all travel documents and visa are in order prior to departure.

3. A passenger under 21 years of age must be accompanied in the same stateroom by a passenger 21 years or older.

4. Passage of pregnant women will only permitted before her 24th week pregnancy at the time of sailing and must accompanied with doctor’s certificate stating that she is fit to travel at sea. No refund or compensation will be given in the event of cancellation due to pregnancy.

5. Children aged 6 months or less at the commencement of the cruise will be refused permission to board the cruise ship.

6. Royal Caribbean International reserves the right to refuse embarkation to any passenger whose medical condition is not made known prior to sailing and SHALL NOT be required to REFUND cruise fare paid.

7. NO REFUND will be made to passengers denied embarkation for non-compliance of immigration requirements.

8. All guests are strictly prohibited from bringing alcohol and / or alcoholic drink onboard the ship.



* Royal Caribbean International reserves the right to cancel or substitute any scheduled port of call / itinerary / price / program / vessal / cabin at any time without prior notice.
Before Booking

Q: Is it possible to travel alone?
A: Yes it's possible, however single guest who wishes to have a cabin by themselves will have to pay for 2 pax or more, unless stated otherwise.
Q: What is the rating of cruise ship?
A: Cruise ships are rated from 3-stars to 6-stars. Rating are based on their services and customers experience. These ratings is there to give you the best assurance of having the best cruise vacation and getting the best value.
Q: Can a child share in the same bed with an adult?
A: Childrens are not allowed to share in the same bed with adults due to cruise policies (onboarding headcounts and lifeboat occupancy).
Q: Do children or infants enjoy special rates?
A: It varies from different cruise vessel.
Q: Can my infant sail with me and what are the activities which is for children and teenagers?
A: Most of the cruise require infants to be at least 6 months old (12 months on select cruises). We offer a huge variety of activities onboard and excursions on shore which you're able to find the details on the selected cruise.
Q: Should I book and plan in advance?
A: Yes, we recommend you to make your booking at least 6 months in advance before the sailing date due to preparations for a smooth registration and journey.
Q: How long will it take for a booking to be confirmed and succesful?
A: Our standard processing time will be 7 working days. Do take note that some might take longer than usual if your booking fall under the cruise waiting list.
Q: What happens if I get sick onboard?
"A: Every cruise (except for some smaller vessels) have a medical facility and professionals to handle these emergencies.

Always take along your prescription medication rather than in your checked luggage. Be sure to bring a sufficient supply of medication in it's original container. It's also advisable to carry a written list (drug, dosage and consumption) of your medications."
Q: Will I get seasick on the ship?
A: Most ships are designed and built using latest technologies and a sophisticated system of stabilisers to sail in rough seas.

Preparation

Q: Do I need a passport?
A: Yes, all guests need a valid passport.
Q: Is there any requirements such as visa for visiting certain ports?
A: It depends on your nationality. Most countries still require an entry visa. All guests should verify the identification requirements for their particular travel situation DIRECTLY WITH THE CRUISE LINE OR THEIR LOCAL CONSULATES OR EMBASSIES, as these requirements may change from time to time. Guests arriving for embarkation without proper documentation may be denied boarding and will not be entitled to a refund.
Q: What type of clothes should I prepare?
"A: First and foremost, dress for comfort. Daily life aboard ship is laid-back and casual. You are encouraged to wear whatever makes you feel most comfortable: sportswear, shorts, slacks, sundresses and so on.

Footwear should include comfortable walking shoes for visits ashore and sandals or rubber-soled shoes for strolling on deck.

In specialty restaurants and on the luxury cruise ships, jackets and ties for men are suggested and cocktail dresses or a nice pantsuit outfit would be appropriate for women. Again, these are guidelines and your evening attire is left up to your discretion."
Q: Are there laundry services onboard?
A: Almost all cruise ships have laundry facilities and a great many provide dry-cleaning services. There is however, an additional charge for professional laundry and dry-cleaning services. Many ships also have self-service launderettes.
Q: What electrical voltage is offered onboard?
A: Most vessel have both 110-volt and 220-volt outlets in the staterooms. You may ask the crew for converter/adaptor. However it's best that you bring your personal converter/adaptor.

Embarkation

Q: Check-in luggage
A: All check-in luggage should be tagged with provided luggage tag. Your luggage will be delivered to your cabin shortly after it is loaded onboard.
Q: Carry-on luggage
You will only have your carry-on luggage while boarding so be sure to keep important articles such as medicines, cameras, diapers and other necessary items in your carry-on luggage. It's also a good idea to pack your bathing suit in your carry-on luggage so that you can enjoy the pool area while waiting for your luggage to be delivered. Once you are on board you are free to explore the ship.
Q: Boarding time
A: Generally, you will be allowed to board two or three hours before the ship sails. Keep in mind that you must be on the ship at least one hour before departure, and the gangway will be pulled thirty minutes before sailing.
Q: SeaPass card
A: Upon completion of check-in, you will receive a SeaPass card. This card will serve as your identification on-board and will be used as your payment method for all onboard charges. In addition, it will also serve as your identification for security procedures when embarking and disembarking the ship and when making purchases on board.
Q: Muster Drill
A: A muster drill is to familiarize all guests and crew with the location (muster station) where they are to assemble in the unlikely event of an emergency. During this drill, additional safety information (i.e., how to do a life jacket) is presented.

During Cruise

Q: Is Internet access available from the ship? Can I make phone call on board?
A: While most ships have telephones in passenger cabins but please note that the costs for ship to shore calling can be quite high. Internet stations are available onboard, prices for internet access vary and are subject to change.
Q: Will I have a shipboard account?
A: Most cruise lines have set up a "cashless" system designed to make your life on board as simple as possible. You simply sign a receipt for each of your on-board purchases and then settle your shipboard account at the end of the cruise. Cash, VISA, American Express, MasterCard, Discover, and personal or traveler's checks are accepted as payment on most cruise lines.
Q: Smoking Policy
A: For the comfort and enjoyment of guests, all vessel are designated as non-smoking; however, there are designated certain areas of the ship as smoking areas.
Q: Shore Excursion
A: Guests can enjoy tours and amazing activities in destination cities once ship is docked. You can choose to book shore excursion on ship or contact customer service.
Q: Debarkation Notice
A: During the shore excursion guests need to arrive at the designated port for boarding procedures at least an hour ahead of gathering time. If delayed for personal reasons, the consequences will be borne by the passengers themselves.
Q: Onboard Expense
A: The ships operate on a "cashless" system, meaning your SeaPass card will be used as a charge card to make all onboard purchases. A running tab of all your purchases will be kept under separate folio numbers for each guest and an itemized statement left in your stateroom the night before disembarkation.
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