The Royal Caribbeanís gigantic cruise ship, Voyager of the Seas, is a technical wonder of modern times and also the largest ocean-going cruise ship in the world: a floating hotel complex that accommodates 5,000 passengers.
The pulsating heart of the ship is the 120 meter long Royal Promenade, a replica of Londonís Burlington Arcade, which boasts a splendid variety of shops and a fitness center that is the largest on the seven seas.
Particularly fascinating is the successful integration of three restaurants on three decks, an idea copied from the interior of the Paris Opera House. But the most unexpected attraction is an ice rink that is also used for international ice revues. And the enormous atrium, with all of its glittering structures of chrome and glass, is like a work of art.
Thereís even a casino which features blackjack, roulette, dice, video poker and one-armed bandits, where those who are really lucky may even win back the cost of their holiday.
With stopovers in Haiti, Jamaica, and Cozumel off the coast of Mexico, a Sunday afternoon cruise on the river was never like this!