The first one to enter dry dock will be Navigator of the Seas in January next year. She is expected to receive a FlowRider; cabin refurbishments; and extra cabins.
Although details haven’t been signed off on Voyager of the Seas yet, Royal Caribbean Asia Pacific commercial director Adam Armstrong said he expects Voyager to receive the same upgrades as its identical-ship, Navigator of the Seas.
The ship’s Executive Chef, David Whelehan also revealed he expects The Galley to receive a new order system, which will allow waiters to put orders through via an electronic device. The technology has already been installed in a number of Royal Caribbean ships.
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