11 Night South Pacific Holiday Cruise
11 Night South Pacific Holiday Cruise
Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean Cruises
Cruise Ship: Voyager of the Seas
Departs: Sat, Dec 26, 2020 Sydney, Australia
Arrives: Wed, Jan 06, 2021 Sydney, Australia
Dates & Prices
Up to $200 onboard credit (spending cash) per cabin on this sailingMention Promo Code: PC-AT100
|Dec 26, 2020||Sydney - Australia||---||4:30 p.m.|
|Dec 27, 2020||At Sea||---||---|
|Dec 28, 2020||At Sea||---||---|
|Dec 29, 2020||Lifou - Loyalty Island||8:00 a.m.||5:00 p.m.|
|Dec 30, 2020||Vila - Vanuatu||8:00 a.m.||5:00 p.m.|
|Dec 31, 2020||Mystery Island - Vanuatu||8:00 a.m.||5:00 p.m.|
|Jan 01, 2021||At Sea||---||---|
|Jan 02, 2021||Mare - New Caledonia||7:00 a.m.||5:00 p.m.|
|Jan 03, 2021||Noumea - New Caledonia||8:30 a.m.||5:30 p.m.|
|Jan 04, 2021||At Sea||---||---|
|Jan 05, 2021||At Sea||---||---|
|Jan 06, 2021||Sydney - Australia||6:30 a.m.||---|
Hygiene and Safety Protocols
Everything Royal Caribbean does, onboard and on land, is about safeguarding the guests and crew. Royal Caribbean ships provide a worry-free vacation! Here are some steps we are taking to ensure we keep you healthy. Royal Caribbeany has developed a comprehensive plan to respond to COVID-19 situations, just in case. Preparedness is key! If someone should fall ill or display symptoms while sailing, Royal Caribbean has rigorous protocols in place, including intensified cleaning, air filtration, and sanitizing procedures and medical isolation. Each ship has reviewed their inventory and are all well-equipped with supplies and personal protective equipment, such as masks and medicine.
REDUCED TRAVEL TO IMPACTED COUNTRIES
Along with a team of medical experts and guidance from health organizations, Royal Caribbean is monitoring the situation and either canceling or modifying itineraries to impacted areas.
ENHANCED BOARDING SCREENING
At the pier, all guests participate in mandatory screenings that include exclusion due to travel based on temporary restrictions and even a thermal scan to check everyone's temperature. Some guests may be subject to a secondary review. Dependent of screening results, some guests may be denied boarding to ensure Royal Caribbean is keep their ships healthy and safe.
HEIGHTENED SANITATION AT CRUISE TERMINALS
Before and after all sailings, the cruise terminal is thoroughly sanitized. And, boarding, each ship undergoes deep sanitation using industry-standard cleaners proven to combat bacteria & viruses.
ADDITIONAL SANITATION SAFEGUARDS ONBOARD SHIPS
With the guidance of the World Health Organization and U.S. Centers for Disease Control, all ships across the entire Royal Caribbean International fleet have elevated sanitation procedures. Key areas, which include public venues & restrooms, are sanitized approximately every 30 minutes.
HAND SANITIZERS EVERYWHERE
One of the best ways to stay healthy is to keep your hands clean. So, Royal Caribbean has increased the availability of hand sanitizer stations and continue to enforce hand cleansing at all food venues onboard. Hand sanitizers are effective against a broad number of pathogens, including Coronavirus COVID-19.
ENHANCED MEDICAL PROTOCOLS
Royal Caribbean has rigorous medical protocols in place to help those who aren’t feeling well, like complimentary medical consultations for guests with fever or flu-like symptoms, medical isolation when warranted, and intensified ship cleaning, air filtration, and sanitization procedures.
Guest staterooms are thoroughly cleaned twice a day. During instances that guests display flu-like symptoms, their stateroom will receive an additional deep-cleaning.
DAILY HEALTH UPDATE ANNOUNCEMENTS
During each sailing, the Captain makes two announcements each day to remind guests to wash their hands often, use recommended coughing etiquette, and to report any high fever or flu-like illness symptoms immediately.
Life on Board
Questions & Answers
Question: When should I arrive at the port?
Question: How can I communicate with my family and friends at home when I am on the cruise?
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Morgan was very helpful. She booked this cruise last minute when we decided to change a Next Cruise choice. The deposit & benefits were transferred and she found a mid-ship cabin for us when few cabins were left.
My cruise experience was very positive and went smoothly from start to finish. I have arrived home refreshed and relaxed after an enjoyable holiday.
This was our first cruise experience and we were a little apprehensive about sharing two weeks on a huge boat with 3000 others...but we found that this was a true vacation! No daily packing and unpacking, excellent service, unbelievable food and great company. I especially enjoyed the many days at sea, with no land in sight, just the roiling waves. We also were surprised and extremely pleased to find ourselves on one of the most technically advanced cruise vessels in the world, the Voyager of the Seas. Many fellow passengers favorably compared it to other ships. We are impressed and very pleased!
We loved the cruise and plan to do more. As a vacation technique it suited us perfectly. We had a great time. RCI did a fabulous job and every aspect of the cruise was superb.