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Voyage (2006)
by Nautica


Voyage information

Year of Launch2006
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 480 votes)

People and companies

PerfumerMaurice Roucel
Parent CompanyBenckiser > Coty Inc > Coty Beauty

About Voyage

Voyage is a masculine fragrance by Nautica. The scent was launched in 2006 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Maurice Roucel

Voyage fragrance notes

  1. Top Notes
  2. Heart Notes
  3. Base notes

Reviews of Voyage

Smells extremely bad on my skin. Comes off like a bad chemical mixture
I gave one star because it's unwearable, i had the same reaction with Perry Ellis 360 red
30th June, 2018
This is a fine aquatic fragrance, it just doesn't last. You can bathe in this and nobody will notice in an hour.

The scent profile is pretty straightfoward. It's driven by apples in the same way that herbal shampoos are.

If Pert Plus had an exclusive contract with Polo Blue, this is what their shampoo would smell like.

Scent: 6/10

Longevity: 0

Sillage: N/A
19th June, 2018
I can't remember the last time I was this repulsed by a fragrance. Smells like a fruit bowl that's been left outside for a week in June. Some rain has filled it to the top and it's had a chance to thoroughly rot. Extremely cheap and extremely synthetic. The fact that there are so many far superior cheap frags out there blows my mind that this even sells.
11th April, 2018
This starts off with an absolutely wonderful scent of green apple and watery, aquatic greenery. It is extremely watery smelling yet without any calone, and is one of the greatest wet scents I've ever smelled. There is also a slight metallic accord. The entire thing leans very masculine even while it is extremely fresh and light as well as evocative of wet florals. It has a futuristic aquatic avante-garde sort of vibe due to the lack of citrus; I feel it wouldn't be out of place in Blade Runner or especially Waterworld. On drydown the fragrance is dominated by both lotus flower and aquatic notes as well as slightly green notes. It smells like a still-wet lotus flower in a pond of cool water, and also smells like I'm sailing in a lake due to the very wet aquatic notes. Basenotes smell entirely of lotus flower to my nose. Sillage is incredible especially for a fresh fragrance, while longevity is also amazing at over 8 hours on my skin - some of the best longevity of any fragrance I've tried ever. Overall this is an unbelievably gorgeous yet masculine scent that is I think my all-time favourite fragrance (better than fragrances even 3 times its price), and is a very unique aquatic with its lotus flower note as well as the lack of citrus.

Bear in mind I am using the reformulated bottle with the plastic cap.
04th March, 2018
I heard good things about this fragrance. I generally like "clean" smelling fragrances. I like that fresh-out-the-shower feeling, so I blind bought this.
It's definitely a cool, clean scent but you've smelled this type of fragrance, or maybe this particular fragrance, a hundred times before.
It comes across as a very generic, aquatic men's cologne.
I don't like it.
I think it's smoother than Azzaro Chrome which is similar but that one has a sharper, more synthetic dry down that's almost headache inducing to me.
Supposedly this is a crowd pleaser and a compliment getter. If you want something like that, I'd recommend Aqua di Gio, which is also common, but is a far superior and fresher scent.
03rd January, 2018
This was recommended to me as outstanding value for money.
It's cheap inoffensive synthetic apple.
Nice enough but obviously fiscally challenged . A perfect teenager unisex fragrance. I can see why the girls would like it on their guys but liking it is not the same as being intrigued or attracted. Be careful of the dreaded friend zone !
08th December, 2017

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