They were separated when Marsh was caught at midwicket for 182 just before the break, leaving the duo just two runs shy of the record for the highest stand by any Australians in Tests set by Bill Ponsford and Donald Bradman in 1934.
Voges reached the break unbeaten on 269, having scored his maiden Test double century and overhauled the Bellerive Oval individual Test record of 209 that Ricky Ponting set against Pakistan in 2010.
The partnership, the highest in matches between the two countries and the sixth highest of all time for any wicket, underlined the dominance of Australia over the hapless tourists since lunch on the opening day yesterday.
Given that West Indies captain Jason Holder viewed his team's bowling as their greatest strength, their prospects of avoiding a humiliating defeat to kick off the three-match series look bleak.

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