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Voyager of the Seas Returns to Service

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Royal Caribbean's Voyager of the Seas set sail on April 15, after the last two years sitting idle because of the pandemic. It is the first time in 10 years that the former biggest cruise ship in the world set sails to Europe after sailing regularly in Asia and the Pacific.

Voyager of the Seas will begin welcoming guests in Barcelona, Spain, and then depart for a cruise itinerary in Northern Europe. The itinerary will consist of a 9-night voyage that will feature five stops, including that of Cartagena, Gibraltar, Lisbon, Amsterdam and sailing further in Copenhagen, Denmark.

After leaving Copenhagen, Voyager of the Seas will be overnight in Oslo. The following day she will call in Kristiansand in Norway. Skagen and Aarhus in Denmark are next before returning to Copenhagen on May 1.

In September, Voyager of the Seas will set off on a 14-day Arctic repositioning that will sail from Copenhagen to Norway and Iceland, followed by an overnight stay in Iceland’s capital city Reykjavik.

The cruise ship will then sail to Greenland, where guests will spend three days exploring Prins Christian Sund, Qaqortoq, and Nuuk. The end of the voyage will mark the long-awaited return to the United States, arriving in Boston, Massachusetts, on September 18.