Yes, the Stena Voyager is in Belfast as it has not left yet, and does indeed remain in full Stena Line livery as it always has.
The vessel is now owned by Stena Metall and the process of removing the Voyager to Sweden is underway with lots of issues to sort out for the tow. Its not as simple to tow a massive twin hulled vessel with no traditional bow mooring (Like the Pride of Dover) system so there may be some bracing added to the bow for the tow (or not) all depends on the experts opinion.
Most of the onboard furniture and equipment have been removed for use on other Irish sea vessels, a lot of technical equipment including the massive water jets have been removed to keep as spare parts for the Explorer. There were also reports of the remaining fuel being removed late last week as the turbines will not run again while fitted in the Voyager.
Unfortunately there are no further plans for the Voyager it is going to be heading to a scrapyard within the next few weeks.
Plenty of images of the Voyager available here:http://www.flickr.com/photos/scottmackey/sets/72157633045950508/
Also image of the Watling Street in drydock in Gdynia from Marine Traffic.