Royal Caribbean will add cabins to Voyager ships
Royal Caribbean International CEO Adam Goldstein disclosed the capacity increase in a call with Wall Street analysts to discuss third-quarter earnings.
The Voyager class started in 1999 with the introduction of Voyager of the Seas. Each of the five Voyager-class ships currently have capacity for 3,114 passengers at double occupancy.
Goldstein said that when Voyager was introduced, it was never expected to sail outside the Caribbean, but the ships have led expansions into Europe and Asia. He said the five ships account for about 25% of the cruise line’s total capacity.
During Royal Caribbean’s third quarter financial results conference call, Royal Caribbean CEO Adam Goldstein mentioned that as part of the fleet-wide revitalization program, all Voyager class ships will receive 75 new staterooms.
Voyager class ships are the next batch of Royal Caribbean’s ships to get the upgrades that will roll out many new amenities and upgrades, first seen on the Oasis class. These new staterooms, however, are a departure from other ship upgrades and unique to the
The order of upgrades is currently scheduled as follows
- Navigator of the Seas: February 2014
- Adventure of the Seas: April 2014
- Voyager of the Seas: May 2014
- Explorer of the Seas: February 2015
Mariner of the Seas received her upgrade back on May 2, 2012 and did not receive a stateroom upgrade at that time.