Costa Voyager Review
About This Ship
Cruise Ship Overview
Launched in 2000 for Royal Olympic, a Greek cruise line that is no longer in operation, Costa Voyager now sails year-round Middle Eastern cruises from Dubai that are particularly popular with European passengers. It's a ship that's primarily geared to the needs of adults, though renovations have added some facilities for kids.
The smallest ship in the Costa fleet was built for the now defunct Greek cruise line Royal Olympic and launched in 2000 as Olympic Voyager. After a stint as Grand Voyager in the Spanish cruise line Iberocruceros, the ship was transferred to Costa as a replacement for Costa Allegra to sail chartered cruises tailored for the French market.
Costa Voyager may seem diminutive next to her larger fleetmates, but her interiors don’t suffer from a lack of public rooms that include those expected on a Costa ship—a piano bar, coffee bar, and disco—as well as up-to-date features such as a computer room and hotspots for Wi-Fi use. Originally lacking children’s facilities, this ship now has a club room for junior cruisers.
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