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Seven Seas Voyager

Editors' Notes
We have been very fortunate to sail on Voyager twice. Our 2008 Mediterannean voyage revealed that this amazing ship is better than ever.
Coined one of the top cruise ships in the world, Seven Seas Voyager is the world's second all-suite, all-balcony ship and the second to feature a restaurant operated by Le Cordon Bleu of Paris, following sister ship Seven Seas Mariner. There are four main dining venues, surprising for a ship her size. You will enjoy impeccable service thanks to some of the highest space and service ratios at sea. And her suites are the largest "lead-in" suites in the industry. Experience six-star cruising aboard Seven Seas Voyager.

  • All-suite, all-balcony accommodations for 700 guests 
  • Suites range in size from 356 to 1,403 sq. ft., including balcony 
  • All-inclusive beverage program including soft drinks, hot beverages and fine wines and premium spirits served throughout the ship 
  • Butler service in higher categories, including in-suite bar setup and SoundDock® for iPod® 
  • Four dining venues to choose from including Signatures Restaurant, dedicated to Le Cordon Bleu cuisine 
  • Single,open-seating dining 
  • Complimentary 24-hour room service 
  • All onboard gratuities are included 
  • Full entertainment program 
  • Port-intensive itineraries 
  • Guest lecturer program 
  • Interactive television with extensive media selection 
  • computer center 
  • Wireless Internet access throughout the ship 
  • 24-hour complimentary Coffee Corner 

Reviews for Seven Seas Voyager (9)   
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  Phyllis Ziring
Bad weather, bad service
We sailed 1/12-1/26 on the Regent Seven Seas Voyager. At $32,000 for both of us, we knew we could expect luxury and personal attention. What we got was disappointment. Regent can
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Regent Voyager--Never Again!

As someone who has spent an enormous amoun

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  C. Dikmen & R. Richardson
Magnificent Mediterranean
It is hard to pass up an opportunity to visit some of our favorite Mediterranean ports, especially aboard a luxury cruise line such as Regent Severn Seas. So, when we were invite
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  David Welsh
RSSC Transatlantic
When you plan a cruise, as we did, 6 months ahead of time there is a great deal of anticipation as we read and reread the brochure and garner as much information as we can about the ship, the line and
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