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The largest cruise ship to be based in Asia is the Royal Caribbean Cruise International's Voyager of the Seas. The Voyager is a 15-deck, 1557 staterooms, 3,840-passenger 138,000 ton luxury cruise ship equipped with some of the latest in cruise ship amenities. At 311m long and 48m wide, it is even bigger than an aircraft carrier. It boost of facilities such as the miniature golf course, 10 gorgeous pools, the Royal Promenade with nightly laser and lights shows, Studio B ice skating rink, full-sized sports court, rock climbing wall, Italian speciality restaurant Portofino and the 1950s' themed Johnny Rockets. Children can look forward to their favourite DreamWorks characters from Shrek, Madagascar and Kung Fu Panda, with 3D movies, fun parades, interactive breakfasts with the characters as well as phototaking opportunities. The adult-only solarium pool, 14 bars, lounges and pubs will keep the adult happy too.
The Voyager of the Seas will sail from Singapore from May to June, to popular regional destinations in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and China, covering port of calls like Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Phuket, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Xiamen, Shanghai and Hangzhou.
In June, the Voyager of the Seas will start its North Asia season with cruises from Shanghai and Tianjin to ports in Japan, namely Kobe, Nagasaki, Busan and Jeju. 
Australians can also enjoy romantic cruises on The Voyager of the Seas when it visit Sydney for romantic cruises, covering Melbourne, Hobart and Tasmania. From Sydney, the Voyager also venture to New Zealand, Noumea, New Caledonia and Lautoka, Fiji.
On the way back to the Caribbean, the mighty Voyager will delight cruise passengers in the Middle East, covering the Suez Canal, Barcelona, Spain; Alexandria, Sharm El Sheikh and Safaga, in Egypt as well as Dubai, United Arab Emirates.