Mr Goldstein said additional space is in line with the line’s global expansion.
He said: “These ships… have played a vital role in our fleet since 1999.
“Although we once thought that they would only ever sail from South Florida to the Caribbean, in fact, Voyager class has pioneered the brand’s expansion into Europe and more recently, Asia.”
The first ship is expected to begin its cabin expansion in the coming months.
Meanwhile, Royal Caribbean has made adjustments to the reservation system to allow agents to offer guests current offers; instant display of best offer according to the customer’s preferences; instant application of promotions such as onboard credits and free beverage packages; and the ability to enter loyalty card details.
Offers are based on qualifiers such as the guest’s age, loyalty club status and address.
The changes apply to Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Club Cruises reservation systems.