Mariner / Voyager of the Seas joined the Royal Caribbean fleet in November 2003. As soon as you step aboard this ship you'll be amazed by its bounty of facilities. The fourteen passenger decks are awash with highlights - from the glamorous Royal Promenade and seven-storey high Centrum, to the family-friendly fun, amazing leisure facilities, tasty culinary experiences, and thrilling evening entertainment. This floating resort really does have something for everyone!
Days at sea are all about relaxation and wall-to-wall fun. Escape to the idyllic Solarium to unwind in the whirlpools, or indulge in a hot stone massage in Vitality at Sea Spa. Scale the dizzy heights of the rock climbing wall or glide across the ice at the ice skating rink. Show off your surfing skills on the FlowRider or enjoy quality family fun on the Mariner Dunes Golf Course. Discover fun times for tots to teens in the Adventure Ocean play area, The Living Room, Fuel Teen Disco, and Video Arcade. A full programme of excursions and adventures also await at your ports of call.
Mariner / Voyager of the Seas offers a variety of flavours and dining styles. Opt for an early or late sitting in Rhapsody in Blue and Top Hat and Tails dining rooms and My Time Dining in The Sound of Music dining room and enjoy a daily-changing menu of culinary delights. Windjammer Café hosts serve-yourself buffet breakfasts and lunches with a restaurant-style dinner service, while the adjoining Jade restaurant presents Asian-themed dinner buffets. Tuck into traditional hot dogs and toppings at Boardwalk Dog House or savour light bites, speciality coffees and Ben & Jerry's ice cream at Café Promenade and the Ice Cream Parlour.
The ship's speciality restaurants showcase round-the-world cuisines. 1950s-style American diner Johnny Rockets serves fries, milkshakes and gourmet burgers. Chops Grille offers a menu of premium steaks, fresh seafood, and signature desserts, while Giovanni's Table combines indoor and outdoor seating with rustic Italian stews, pastas and focaccia.
Mariner / Voyager of the Seas offers bars and lounges to suit your every mood. Enjoy exotic cocktails and ice-cold beers at the Pool Bar and Plaza Bar. Savour drinks with a sea view at Sky Bar and healthy options at Solarium Bar. Wig and Gavel Pub offers a range of imported beers and ales, or you can work your way through the wine list at Vintages Wine Bar. Chat with friends over a drink in Schooner Piano Bar or celebrate in style with a glass of bubbly at Champagne Bar. Boleros lounge blends live Latin music with late-night dancing and tropical cocktails. Viking Crown Lounge combines spectacular vistas by day and turns into a lively dance club at night.
Evenings on Mariner / Voyager of the Seas offer something for everyone. Broadway-style productions light up the stage each night in the five-storey Savoy Theatre, and there are weekly themed events on the Royal Promenade. Lotus Lounge offers vibrant dancing, live music and entertainment, or take a chance on the blackjack tables and slot machines at Casino Royale. Finally, sip drinks and dance the night away at the Gothic-style Dragon's Lair nightclub.
Day 1 -7: Bali
Fly from your chosen UK airport to Bali and take your private transfer to the 4* The Tanjung Benoa Beach Resort^ for your 7-night stay.
Bali is an island and province on the Indonesian archipelago. This vibrant island paradise combines the natural beauty of volcanic peaks, waterfalls, rice terraces, and traditional villages with a rich arts scene, Hindu temples, great shopping, and idyllic spa retreats. Pay a visit to the Pura Tanah Lot, Batu Bolong and Uluwatu temples near Kuta. Get up close to the long-tailed macaques monkeys at Ubud Monkey Forest, discover locally-made handicrafts at Ubud Art Market, or watch traditional Balinese dance shows at Puri Saren Royal Ubud Palace. Enjoy family times at the action-packed Waterbom Bali water park or shop for Balinese designer wear on the busy streets of Seminyak. Spend a fun day out at Kuta, Legian, and Seminyak Beaches, savour the tranquillity of the Nusa Islands, or take a trip to the beautiful Sekumpul Waterfall to the north of Bali.
Day 8 - 10: Singapore
After check out, take your private transfer to the airport for your flight to Singapore. On arrival, you’ll be privately transferred to the 4* Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium^ for your 3-night stay.
Singapore is one of the most popular destinations in Asia for tourism and it is very easy to see why. A modern day metropolis with a wide range of cultural diversity and a huge emphasis on technology all coming together to attract people the world over. Take a shopping trip down Orchard Road, a shopper’s paradise of designer shops and department stores you will be spoilt for choice for what to buy, journey to the Singapore Botanical Gardens with 120 acres showcasing some weird and wonderful plants or head to the world famous Raffles Hotel and relax with a Singapore Sling Cocktail. Singapore is a city that you will want to visit again and again.
Day 11: Embarkation
After your stay, check out of your hotel and take your private transfer to the port to board Royal Caribbean’s Mariner / Voyager of the Seas.
Day 12: Penang, Malaysia
Penang is located alongside the Strait of Malacca on the north-western coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Comprising two parts - Penang Island with its capital George Town and Seberang Perai on the Malay Peninsula. Ride a trishaw around the bustling streets and discover authentic local cuisine at the China House shophouses in Road Town. Travel on the cable car up Penang Hill or climb the 500 steps to Waterfall Hilltop Temple for stunning views. Explore the tropical oasis of herbs and spices at the Tropical Spice Garden or admire the winged beauties at the Butterfly Farm. While away a few hours at Batu Ferringhi beach or enjoy outdoor activities at ESCAPE theme park. Say a prayer at the Street of Harmony or gaze in awe at Wat Chayamangkalaram - Asia's largest reclining Buddha.
Day 13: Phuket, Thailand
The ship drops anchor today on the island of Phuket. Be sure to head to the picturesque Patong Beach along the western coast — perhaps the most popular attraction. Take a short drive and see the famous Simon Cabaret show with its full ladyboy cast. For gorgeous scenic views over the island visit the Big Buddha statue or watch the sunset from Promthep Cape. Take a trip through the historical Old Phuket Town with its various cafes, restaurants, museums, shrines and temples. A visit to 19th-century Wat Chalong Temple is a truly magical experience.
Day 15: Singapore
Your cruise comes to an end in Singapore where you disembark the ship and take your private transfer to the airport for your flight home.