MS Voyager of the Seas
MS Voyager of the Seas, is a Voyager-class cruise ship, completed in 1999, for Royal Caribbean International. She is the namesake of Voyager-class ships. It can handle up to 3114 guests, and, along with its sisters in the Voyager class, is one of the largest passenger ships in the world; currently, only the Cunard Line Queen Mary 2, Norwegian Epic and the Royal Caribbean International Freedom class and Oasis class are larger. Constructed at Aker Finnyards in Turku, Finland, the ship measures 137,276 gross tons on a 64,000 ton displacement.[1][3] It is 1,020 ft. long overall, has a waterline beam of 127 ft. and a maximum width of 156 ft (47.55 m). #Bahamas #boat #brod #croatia #cruiser #dubrovnik #hrvatska #motor_ship #Nassau #nave #ship #vessel #Voyager_of_the_Seas
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