Royal Caribbean Asian Cruise: Voyager of the Seas Hong Kong Embarkation

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Embarkation on the 10-day/9-night Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas cruise takes place at the new Kai Tak Cruise Terminal that replaces what was once Hong Kong Airport.

The 138,000 ton, 3,114 guest Voyager of the Seas became the world’s largest cruise ship back in 1999. Bigger ones have since been built if you can imagine that! Royal Caribbean must be commended for managing a very smooth embarkation process when considering the huge amount of passengers.

This particular cruise would visit Taiwan, Vietnam, Thailand and disembark in Singapore where Voyager was scheduled for a 1-month dry dock upgrading. Let’s go cruising…

Comments

Travel Hub 365, Inc. says:

Thanks for the vid!

Paul Fric says:

Happy Anniversary.   What a great way to celebrate.

Allan Moore says:

What a great way to celebrate your anniversary….doing something you both love to do. The cruise ship docking port looks as nice as the new airport does. Congrats again.

ERROL MATTHEWS says:

Any tips you can give for first time Asian cruisers? My girlfriend and I are looking to cruise the quantum of the seas embarking in Shanghai China going to Japan. I am a little concerned about the reviews I’m reading regarding all the Chinese passengers and the rudeness apparently

flame3601 says:

+sheila what hotel were you staying at in the begging of the video

Atrus says:

? They take your passport?  I’d never have that out of my possession.

James978 says:

Excellent can’t wait to see more!

Dung HuFlung says:

congrats on your anniversary !

Morrie Johnston says:

Happy Anniversary kids.   Well done. 

NEB Barnes says:

Really? They make you print off your own luggage tags. What if you don’t have access to a printer, then what? Our first cruise was on the Voyager of the Seas. Loved it very much. Especially Johnny Rockets. We ate there every day for lunch. But it was free back then. To bad they make you pay for it now. Sad.

Alan Nhiphakoun says:

At the end, why they take your passport? Cant wait see you anniversary vacation

Niña Airish Anquilan says:

Hi sheila! I hope you could reply to me.. Iam currently making my architectural thesis regarding cruise terminals on port of calls. I really cannot afford to go on a cruise yet but if you could share to me how is the process when inside cruise terminal -port of calls , it will be of great help to me for designing my floor plans 🙂 thankyou maam in advance

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