Voyager Review

46% of cruisers loved it
  • Small ship able to access remote, out of the way ports
  • Completely refurbished
  • Brand new ship for the Voyages of Discovery line

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Voyager Overview

The 15,721-ton, 540 passenger Voyager joined the Voyages of Discovery brand in December 2012 and is currently the only ship of the fleet (Discovery transferred to Cruise & Maritime Voyages this year). It was completely refurbished in Portland Port in the U.K., and set sail on its maiden voyage on 4 December 2012.

Northern Ireland-based international contracting company, Mivan, specialists in cruise ship refurbishment, completed the project that marks the final stage in a multi-million pound investment by Voyages of Discovery (part of All Leisure Group).

The small size of Voyager means that the ship is able to access remote, out of the way ports essential for the Voyages of Discovery destination-led cruise offering. The line has also introduced an explorer theme to the whole ship.

Formerly the Alexander von Humboldt, the ship was built in 1990 and previous owners were (in reverse order): Club Cruise, Casino ship (based Hong Kong) and Cunard.

Voyager has had major technical upgrades as well as more balcony cabins (30 in total). It now has 270 cabins, 87% of which are outside cabins. There is open seating dining in two restaurants, plus an intimate pre-bookable specialty restaurant, The Explorer Club.

New features

Scott’s Lounge – a classic piano bar serving cocktails into the evening

The Lookout Lounge providing panoramic views from the front of the ship

A new terrace with all-weather awning added to the Veranda Restaurant to allow guests to dine al fresco style

Introduction of new digital media players allowing guests in all cabins to access and view a large selection of films, classical concerts and documentaries

New artwork added to key public spaces

Upgrade of all soft furnishing in public spaces

Complete refurbishment of the library and its reference books

New dual purpose Bridge Club which can also be used for Guest Speaker lectures and functions onboard the ship

Following Voyager’s first two cruises sailing in the Caribbean, it embarked on a series of itineraries in Central and South America, and head to the Amazon in early 2013.

Voyager Member Reviews 13 Reviews
   Tokyo to Manila
February 2014

I chose this trip for the itinerary and was not disappointed. we had very warm welcomes at all the ports from local dancers and bands. Good choice of excursions and very good guides on my trips although some other passengers said the English of ...continue

The strengths: Clean ship with competent and courteous personnel, Cruise itinerary that is interesting and difficult to find with competitors, excellent lectures when "at sea", the cuisine was good as was the service . The on-board entertainment ...continue

Like many of our fellow customers with long years of cruising (14) together with several other cruise lines we had high expectations and were extremely disappointed in the fixtures and fittings of our cabin and of many of the public facilities. ...continue

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Ship Stats
Crew: 226
Launched: 1990
Decks: 7
Tonnage: 15,271
Passengers: 540
Registry: Bahamas
CDC Score: Not yet inspected
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