Eau de Toilette (2006)
Voyage (Eau de Toilette) by Nautica
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Voyage (Eau de Toilette) (Nautica)
Voyage (Eau de Toilette) (Nautica)
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Voyage (Eau de Toilette) is a perfume by Nautica for men and was released in 2006. The scent is aquatic-fresh. It is being marketed by Coty.

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Maurice Roucel

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesApple, Leaves
Heart Notes Heart NotesLotus, Mimosa
Base Notes Base NotesAmber, Moss, Musk, Cedar



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Helpful Review    2 Awards
Love it! One of my most complimented summer fragrances
This smells like a classic marine scent, but more ... green (a bit weird to allocate a colour to a scent, but oh well).

I'd describe it as kind of a "walk through a forest along the coast". The green leaves and the flower notes take care of that mostly. The smell of green apple is also clearly noticeable, especially in the beginning (making it smell a bit sweeter for a while). When drying down, the marine smell emerges.

So in short: a clean, fresh floral marine scent (hence "aquatic floral") with a touch of green apple. Just be careful when spraying, because it's a bit of a sharp scent (especially the opening). On top of that, the bottle sprays twice when you press it all the way down (at least that's what mine does), so extra care is needed.
Bottle 2.5/10
Sillage 7.5/10
Longevity 5.0/10
Scent 6.0/10
Helpful Review    2 Awards
Thumns up for Voyage: fruity and fresh, with a great lasting power and sillage.

Wonderful all-year-around scent which works even better on hot days.

I can smell a clear apple note and other green notes over a cedar base.

That's a great work of Maurice Roucel. The price? Very cheap. Absolutely worth it.

Updated January 2014
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what's the reference point?
Maybe the true problem is that I don't understand why "aquatic" fragrances are considered intrinsically aquatic. Do they bear any more relationship to water than any other particular style fragrance style? I believe it's the triple whammy of conditioning: 1) This category of scent has been used in so many masculine shower, shave, and grooming products that men have been conditioned to affiliate them with water. 2) Water, water (and glossy advertising) everywhere. We’ve grown numb to the models’ antiseptic sweat of leisure and their stoic tolerance of the yachting life, but the water has seeped into our brains. 3) These aquatic scents are composed without any of the seamy bits that have made classical perfumes nuanced and suggestive: nothing animalic or indolic, no funky musk. No living reference point. Hence the fascinating marketing that has sold us on the scent of the ubiquitous but odorless water. Aquatic? Marine? Ozonic?! This word is one of the greatest ciphers in perfumery and advertising, proving the point that through careless repetition, a word that has no fixed significance gains a sweeping vagueness of reference at the same time that it loses any precise meaning. If I sound snobbish, I apologize. I’m simply in awe at the power of the marketing.

I found Nautica Voyage for quite cheap, hazily remembered something about it, looked up Luca Turin's review and then bought it. I love Roucel's Missoni, so wanted to try what Turin had likened to Missoni in what I had hoped would be that unicorn, that transgression of gender: the pretty floral for men. I can vaguely smell the similar componentry to Missoni, but it’s nothing compared to Voyage's derivation of Cool Water.

Voyage is Cool Water, minus. Minus the metal astringency that balances the non-specified fruit. Minus boldness. Minus refinement. Minus a nice smell.

Derivative not subversive, Nautica Voyage is one of the hordes of clones riding Cool Water's coat tails that Turin and most other perfume critics refer to at some time or other.


PMRP12 39 days ago
A beautiful, crisp, salty sea breeze that evokes being in the sun and on the water.+2
Bottle 6.0
Sillage 6.0
Longevity 8.0
Scent 8.0
Gianluca 12 months ago
IMHO this is the best unconventional aquatic-fresh scent I've ever had in my life. It draws compliments, so clean, fresh, watery, longlasting+1
Bottle 9.0
Sillage 7.0
Longevity 7.0
Scent 9.0

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