Seven Seas Voyager

4.8/5 |
Fresh from her complete and total refurbishment, she now boasts a refreshed elegant style in her restaurants and lounges, as well as luxurious new d?cor across her 350 suites. And with 447 international crew on board, personal service is exceedingly indulgent throughout. Among her four dining options that allow guests to savor meals whenever and with whomever, Seven Seas Voyager features the modern French restaurant Chartreuse and the largest specialty restaurant at sea Compass Rose with its brand new menu. In addition to the elegant new d?cor, the ship offers five new production shows at the Constellation Theater.
All-Travel

Onboard Features

Coffee Connection

Coffee Connection


Compass Rose

Compass Rose


La Veranda

La Veranda


Pool Grill

Pool Grill


Prime 7

Prime 7


Chartreuse

Chartreuse


Setti Mari at La Veranda

Setti Mari at La Veranda


Room Service

Room Service


Card & Conference Room

Card & Conference Room


Library

Library


Pool Bar

Pool Bar


Pool Deck

Pool Deck


The Casino

The Casino


Connoisseur Club

Connoisseur Club


Constellation Theater

Constellation Theater


Horizon Lounge

Horizon Lounge


Observation Lounge

Observation Lounge


Voyager Lounge

Voyager Lounge


Canyon Ranch SpaClub?

Canyon Ranch SpaClub?


Fitness Center

Fitness Center


Jogging Track & Recreation

Jogging Track & Recreation


Boutiques

Boutiques


Club.Com

Club.Com


Reception and Concierge

Reception and Concierge


Featured Lecturers

Featured Lecturers


Onboard Happenings

Onboard Happenings


Featured Programs

Featured Programs


The Smithsonian Collection by Smithsonian Journeys

The Smithsonian Collection by Smithsonian Journeys


Activities & Services

Guests aboard Regent ships delight in a warm and friendly ambiance fueled by extraordinary staff that hosts an array of onboard activities that enrich and entertain. Programming ranges from exquisite wine and artisan cheese tastings, as well as in-depth cooking classes at the Culinary Arts Kitchen. Guests may also participate in insightful lectures and discussions through The Smithsonian Collection by Smithsonian Journeys available on the majority of itineraries. And across all their ships, guests can choose to be pampered in the onboard Canyon Ranch SpaClub? or in the heated shimmering waters of the sun-kissed resort pool. Each evening live music performances are perfectly paired with expertly prepared cocktails. And at the main show lounge guests can attend full-scale musical productions and rousing cabaret shows in an intimate venue where every seat is the best seat in the house.

Gratuities are included in the cruise fare.

  • Television / Radio
  • In-Stateroom Movies
  • Private Safe
  • Hair Dryer
  • Minibar and/or Refrigerator
  • Spacious Closet(s)
  • Bath Robes
  • Bath Amenities/Toiletries
  • Complimentary Bottled Water (and/or Other Beverages)
  • Daily Newspaper
  • Sitting Area
  • Slippers

  • Library
  • Internet Caf?
  • Show Lounge
  • Casino
  • Nightclub
  • Card Room
  • Bar(s)/Lounge(s)
  • Conference Room/Conference Center

  • Guest Lecturers
  • Classes and Workshops
  • Educational/Enrichment Programs
  • Evening Entertainment
  • Wine Tasting Seminars

  • Jogging Track
  • Shuffleboard
  • Heated Pool
  • Full Service Spa
  • Fitness Center
  • Sauna
  • Aerobics and/or Cardio Instruction
  • Weight Machines
  • Free Weights
  • Cardio Equipment
  • Ping Pong
  • Acupuncture Treatments
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool(s)
  • Putting Greens
  • Whirlpool(s)

  • Boutique(s) (duty-free)
  • Elevators
  • Beauty Salon
  • Self-Service Laundromat
  • Concierge Desk
  • Infirmary / Medical Center
  • Dry Cleaning/Laundry
  • Business Services

  • 24-hour Room Service
  • Dining Style: Open Seating
  • Dining Style: Flexible Dining Options
  • Formal Restaurant(s)
  • Casual Dining Venue(s)
  • Alternative Specialty Restaurant(s)
  • Complimentary Wine With Dinner
  • Al Fresco Dining
  • All Beverages Included In Cruise Fare
  • Caf?/Coffee Bar
  • Dining Style: Formal Nights and Casual Evenings

  • Youth Counselor Staff
  • Seasonal Children's Program

  • Special Dietary Needs - Advance Notice Required - Guests with special dietary requests should advise Regent Seven Seas Cruises of any special dietary requirements 90 days prior to sailing by sending an e-mail to rsscops@rssc.com. General dietary needs such as low salt or low cholesterol foods can be satisfied onboard the ship just by speaking with the dining wait staff.

  • Pregnancy Policy - Regent Seven Seas Cruises cannot accept guests who will have entered their 24th week of pregnancy by the beginning of, or at any time during, the cruise.

  • Internet Access - Computer centers are centrally-located on each ship and Internet access is available for a nominal fee. Wireless access is available throughout the ship, including most suites, and is generally available at a speed of 640kb, but does vary. Please be advised that bandwidth-heavy applications such as Skype and MagicJack are not permitted to be used onboard.

    Mobile devices utilizing the internet via a cellular carrier's network (4G for example) instead of the ship's wireless access, will be treated as cell phone usage and roaming charges will apply. Any costs associated will be billed directly through the guest's cell phone provider, and not through the ship. Check www.cellularatsea.com/guest_services.htm for more information.

  • Smoking Policy - Smoking is prohibited in all suites, staterooms and balconies fleet-wide. In addition, cigarette, electronic cigarette or cigar smoking is not permitted in any enclosed dining areas, whether it be the ship's main dining rooms, the alternate dining venues or the outdoor dining areas. Electronic cigarette smoking is permitted throughout the ship with the exception of the dining areas mentioned above.

    Cigarette smoking is only permitted in designated areas of the outdoor pool area and the following public rooms:

    • Connoisseur Club
    • Horizon Lounge (outdoor one side designated area)
    • Pool area (designated area opposite side of the Pool Bar)

    Cigar Smoking is only permitted in the Connoisseur Club and the designated area on the opposite side of the Pool Bar.

    Pipe smoking is only permitted in the Connoisseur Club. Pipe smoking in open deck areas is considered an extreme fire hazard and is not permitted.

    Failure to comply with the above-stated policy will result in guests being asked to leave the ship at their expense, without refund or credit for the unused portion of their cruise.

  • Wheelchair Access & Special Needs - Guests with any medical condition(s) that require special services, including travel with medical apparatus, should advise Regent Seven Seas Cruises in writing at time of booking. Please note some ports-of-call may not be suitable for guests with limited mobility and special arrangements may need to be made.

    Regent Seven Seas Cruises' wheelchairs on board are for emergency purposes only. Guests requiring a wheelchair for mobility must bring their own.

    For guests requiring oxygen equipment, an oxygen concentrator is the only form of oxygen equipment allowed aboard ship, and must be provided by the guest.

    Regent has the right to refuse or revoke passage to anyone who, in its judgment, is in a physical, mental or emotional condition unfit for travel or whose comfort on board may be compromised due to situations beyond the care that can be provided by Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

Ship Staterooms

You have arrived at the ultimate destination ? your suite. Within these serene havens of repose, you will have every luxurious amenity at your reach and a team of professional staff members to tend to your requests, delivering a flawless experience at every turn. Each ship features all-suite accommodations boasting elegant d?cor with custom-crafted furnishings and private teak balconies. Marble appointments accent the bath, featuring a tub or walk-in shower and the majority of suites feature a walk-in closet. A spacious sitting area is enhanced by soothing colors and rich textures with plenty of room to stretch out and watch a movie, read a best seller, or simply enjoy ever-changing vistas that stretch to the horizon's edge.

Information provided within these pages has been updated as of February 2020. While we do our best to ensure that stateroom descriptions and deckplans appearing in this website are complete and accurate, we cannot be responsible for inaccurate representations, which may or may not be under our control. Please reconfirm stateroom accommodations and deck placement prior to booking.

Ship Deckplans

Deck 12

Stateroom Key

  • Master Suite - MS
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - G
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - H
  • Grand Suite - GS
  • Voyager Suite - VS
  • Seven Seas Suite - SS
  • Penthouse Suite - A
  • Penthouse Suite - B
  • Penthouse Suite - C
  • Concierge Suite - D
  • Concierge Suite - E
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - F
Deck 12

Deck 11

Stateroom Key

  • Master Suite - MS
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - G
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - H
  • Grand Suite - GS
  • Voyager Suite - VS
  • Seven Seas Suite - SS
  • Penthouse Suite - A
  • Penthouse Suite - B
  • Penthouse Suite - C
  • Concierge Suite - D
  • Concierge Suite - E
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - F
Deck 11
Deck 11

Deck 10

Stateroom Key

  • Master Suite - MS
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - G
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - H
  • Grand Suite - GS
  • Voyager Suite - VS
  • Seven Seas Suite - SS
  • Penthouse Suite - A
  • Penthouse Suite - B
  • Penthouse Suite - C
  • Concierge Suite - D
  • Concierge Suite - E
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - F
Deck 10
Deck 10

Deck 9

Stateroom Key

  • Master Suite - MS
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - G
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - H
  • Grand Suite - GS
  • Voyager Suite - VS
  • Seven Seas Suite - SS
  • Penthouse Suite - A
  • Penthouse Suite - B
  • Penthouse Suite - C
  • Concierge Suite - D
  • Concierge Suite - E
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - F
Deck 9
Deck 9

Deck 8

Stateroom Key

  • Master Suite - MS
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - G
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - H
  • Grand Suite - GS
  • Voyager Suite - VS
  • Seven Seas Suite - SS
  • Penthouse Suite - A
  • Penthouse Suite - B
  • Penthouse Suite - C
  • Concierge Suite - D
  • Concierge Suite - E
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - F
Deck 8
Deck 8

Deck 7

Stateroom Key

  • Master Suite - MS
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - G
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - H
  • Grand Suite - GS
  • Voyager Suite - VS
  • Seven Seas Suite - SS
  • Penthouse Suite - A
  • Penthouse Suite - B
  • Penthouse Suite - C
  • Concierge Suite - D
  • Concierge Suite - E
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - F
Deck 7
Deck 7

Deck 6

Stateroom Key

  • Master Suite - MS
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - G
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - H
  • Grand Suite - GS
  • Voyager Suite - VS
  • Seven Seas Suite - SS
  • Penthouse Suite - A
  • Penthouse Suite - B
  • Penthouse Suite - C
  • Concierge Suite - D
  • Concierge Suite - E
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - F
Deck 6
Deck 6

Deck 5

Stateroom Key

  • Master Suite - MS
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - G
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - H
  • Grand Suite - GS
  • Voyager Suite - VS
  • Seven Seas Suite - SS
  • Penthouse Suite - A
  • Penthouse Suite - B
  • Penthouse Suite - C
  • Concierge Suite - D
  • Concierge Suite - E
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - F
Deck 5

Deck 4

Stateroom Key

  • Master Suite - MS
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - G
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - H
  • Grand Suite - GS
  • Voyager Suite - VS
  • Seven Seas Suite - SS
  • Penthouse Suite - A
  • Penthouse Suite - B
  • Penthouse Suite - C
  • Concierge Suite - D
  • Concierge Suite - E
  • Deluxe Veranda Suite - F
Deck 4

Featured Sailings

Ratings & Reviews

Overall Experience
Ship Staff
Dining/Food
Entertainment
Activities
Staterooms
Itinerary/Ports
Value

Baltic Cruise - Northern Inspirations

| Baltic countries
Ports of call included Stockholm Sweden, Helsinki Finland, St. Petersburg Russia, Tallinn Estonia, Riga Latvia , Copenhagen Denmark, Amsterdam Netherlands, Bruges Belgium ending in London which we added extra days on as well as in Stockholm at the beginning. Russia, Sweden, Denmark & London are on their own currency but it is easy to use euros or U.S. Dollars. Except for London which requires the British pound or credit card with chip technology. The free shore excursions included with Regent were plentiful and diverse. There always seems to be a hidden gem port of call. This one happened to be Riga Latvia. We took a picturesque excursion to Turaida and Sigulda, the castles were outside of Riga in the countryside with beautiful gardens including a giant sculpture garden. We also had a stop at Gutmana cave. After the tour we spent some time on our own in old town a UNESCO World Heritage site. Strolling through the maze of cobblestone streets flanked by historic buildings, soaring church steeples, cafes and boutiques. We enjoyed Regent's Voyager very much. The suites were the best laid out suites we have encounter. Very large walk in closet off the hallway. Bathroom was large with separate bath tub and shower. Vanity area plus another mirrored area in the hallway giving extra space for storage. Good sitting area and balcony. Beds were very comfortable. Staff was always helpful and friendly. Regent makes sure every guest gets a least one dinner in both restaurants. If they have space you can get in other evenings. The maitre d' worked to satisfy requests for reservations when there were cancellations. The ship layout was good but we missed having a lounge overlooking the back of the ship outside and enjoy dining outside in La Veranda restaurant. The weather was incredibly good with sunny cool/warm days. We prefer the fresh air of eating al fresco. Unfortunately they only have space for a limited number of tables. Front lounge was always a hit with sail always. Coffee Connection was always a busy place. In the mornings they could use another area for coffee and quick bites.

Wonderful Experience

| Amsterdam to Barcelona with stops in France, Portugal and other Spanish cities.
Our first experience with Regent could not have been better. Regent will be the cruise line of choice for future trips.

Seven Seas Voyager 6/2/2013

| Southampton to Rejkjavic
The Voyager is in great shape and the variety of restaurants on board was very good. The service overall was excellent. This was a heavy port intensive Itinerary with calls in Southampton, Falmouth, Dublin, Cork, Douglas Isle of Man, Belfast Isle of Skye, Orkneys and Iceland. Shore excursions were limited in Douglas and Portree due to the TT races and the number of ships in the port limited the availability of transport.

Voyager Excels

| Asia
The Voyager is an all-balcony, all-suite ship that sails with a maximum of 700 passengers. The ship is beautiful, the cabins are fantastic, and the staff is very accommodating and professional. She is so spacious and the public rooms are laid out very well. The taupe fabrics, furniture, and décor of the ship are absolutely incredible. The beds and linens are really first class. There is a feeling that no cost was spared to make this the premier ship in the luxury market.
 
Regent has retained the intimate feeling of a small ship. Whether it is the layout of the ship or the fact that the space ration per passenger is so high, I never had that “big ship” feel. The main lounge has sight lines that are amazing. No columns block the view from anywhere in the room. With this state-of-the art lounge, the entertainment offerings have become better including a Cirque du Soleil event.
 
Pre-dinner and post show dancing is offered in the recently redesigned Horizons lounge where one can listen to live music pre-dinner and post show. The Observation Lounge at the top of the ship offers a beautiful forward view and nightly live music.
 
The pool deck has great outdoor furniture and features relaxation areas with comfy resort furniture. Adjacent is a pool grill which offers made to order grill food until 4 p.m. daily. A cookie and ice cream bar are adjacent. There is a wonderful coffee and snack bar on deck 5, almost like a Starbucks with both hot and cold coffees as well as specialty teas, cookies and snacks.
 
The cabins are wonderful. Every cabin has a balcony. The smallest cabin is 356 square feet. Nice marble bathrooms with a full tub and separate shower. Walk-in closet with tons of drawer space. The cabins have a high quality ambiance. The beds have down comforters and great mattresses. The wonderful cabin, private balcony, down comforters, and beautiful fabrics makes the cabin a place you do not want to leave.
 
The food was truly outstanding and the four distinctly different restaurants are incredible. The incredible options for dining really make this ship special. Signatures is the epitome of fine French cuisine in a truly sumptuous setting. Prime Seven features a fresh, distinctive décor and an innovative menu of the finest prime-aged steak and chops along with fresh seafood and poultry specialties. Compass Rose consistently offers fine dining with a wonderfully varied menu. For a more casual ambiance, La Veranda is a buffet for breakfast and lunch with an omelet station at breakfast and a pasta station and pizza kitchen during lunch. At night Sette Mari at La Veranda offers authentic Italian specialties. The restaurant takes on a completely different feel than you experience during the day.
 
Fares include free unlimited shore excursions, all shipboard gratuities; complimentary beverages, including select wines and spirits served throughout the ship; complimentary 24-hour room service; in-suite bar setup for suites with butler service; refrigerator stocked with soft drinks, beer and bottled water replenished daily, and much more. If you like entertainment, then this ship offers an outstanding lounge show. E-mail and internet access are available and very reasonably priced. There are many events planned throughout the day such as dance lessons, bridge lessons and play, mahjong play, afternoon tea and trivia, bingo, etc. Hard to find a complaint with this ship.

London to Barceleona on the Voyager

| Europe and Mediterranean
The cruise offered a wonderful and unique itinerary that started with a relaxing day at sea, and included an overnight in Bordeaux, France; a visit to Bilbao and La Coruna, Spain; stops in Oporto and Lisbon, Portugal; sailing through the Straight of Gilbraltar; a visit to Cadiz (and Seville), Spain and another relaxing day at sea before arriving in Barcelona. The service aboard the Voyager was exceptional as always, and the food was equally wonderful. The entertainment on board was full of talented singers and dancers and was well received by all guests. We were blessed with great weather every day except one (rain for 1/2 day in Cadiz). The casino was pretty empty for most of the cruise, and the bars shut down most nights before midnight. The food and the service in the alternative dining venues was exceptional, but if you didn't make advance reservations, it was difficult to get in at the last minute.

Fabulous Cruise

| Med
The staff/crew were truly outstanding. Genuinely warm, friendly and eager to please. The ship is looking great - from all the common areas to the cabins! Elegant and refined. The food was excellent , especially Prime 7.

Seven Seas Voyager

| Amsterdam to Barcekona
Wonderful cruise. One could not ask for more in terms of exposure to fine art, ancient history and civilizations,history, exposure to different cultured.

Recent Cruise.

| Rome to Jerusalem.
See above.

Asian Tapistries

| Far East
A wonderful way to unwind in a "non-stuffy" luxury atmosphere. Sharing a meal is a great way to meet new friends. Block party a wonderful ice breaker.

The best of Bordeaux and Spain on Regent

| Bordeaux, Bilbao, La Coruna, Porto, Lisbon, Cadiz, Barcelona
The trip was wonderful, as Regent trips always are. The staff is attentive, the amenities are all there and everything works (except the laundromat, part of the time), and the excursions are mostly included. We took two special extra-charge trips, one to Santiago and one to Bordeaux, but our on-board credits covered the costs, as well as paying for items from the gift shop and a massage. The entertainment was good, the spa and gym activities rather less than one finds on a larger ship. People as always are interesting and the lecturer covered very interesting and pertinent topics. We look forward to another Regent trip in the future.

Mediterranean cruise

| Mediterranean
Some of the paid tours did not live up to the added cost when you compare the value to the free excursions. Did mention the specific tour to the representative. Did not attend any shows as we dined too late. Also spent most of our time off the ship touring vs activity on the ship. Did play bingo.

Regent Asia cruise that terminated in Bangkok

| Java, Singapore, Bangkok
The service and all of the crew were truly outstanding in meeting our every need or request. The food in Compas Rose was always outstanding. We only ate in Prime 7 one time, and it was very good. Chartreuse was disappoining. The rack of lamb was looked like two small lamb chops with long boned. Our friends and people sitting at an adjacent table had the same very odd rack of lamb. On my next visit to Chartreuse I ordered the lobster, and was served what looked like a deep friend chunk of lobster meat- very disappointing. Others on ship I spoke to shared in my negative view of Chartreuse. The pre cruise first day site seeing tour was too much time on a bus, no toilet stops, and a totally disappoining experience such that we and many others did not go on the next day's site seeing tour.

Turkish Treasures

| Mykonos,Lesbos, Istanbul, Kusadasi, Santorini, Gythion, Corfu, Kotor, Dubrovnik, Venice. I would skip Gythion. Too small and no interesting sights.
All in all, a wonderful 12 days on a marvelous ship with terrific staff and amenities!

The Regent Voyager - Sydney to Singapore - February 1-18, 2015

| Australia, Indonesia and Singapore
Itinerary: The positive aspect of a small ship is their ability to navigate into smaller ports. One got to see the often missed areas on the Gold Coast of Australia, and all the way to Darwin.
Shore excursions were great and showed the important aspects of the ports - Whitsunday Islands for example -the tour to see the corals and fish was great prior to experiencing the Great Barrier Reef. Some specialized shore excursions do incur an additional cost, but there were not many. (There was always cold bottled water available on the tour bus.)
The staff at the tour desk were extremely patient and helpful. There were always shuttles from the port to the city arranged for the convenience of the guests who did not want to take a shore excursion...or had time to do some exploring on their own.
Most of the staterooms are suites, and have marble baths and walk in closets...and the bedroom area can be separated by curtains for privacy / TV viewing. The Voyager had all suites! The staff is extremely friendly and there is always a ready smile and a greeting where ever you went...from the Captain to the room stewards!
You can pre book your shore excursions and specialty dining ahead, however the staff are extremely accommodating and will add or make changes if possible. We were able to make changes or stop by the dining venue and ask if there was any openings and if they had it they would welcome you right in! This is better towards the end of the cruise! Having everything included...is awesome and makes dining with new friends easy and fun!

Rain rain go. Away

| Baltics
The weather didn't cooperate this trip as much as we would have liked and the door to the suite issues was a point of frustration. No attempt was made to try and offset this inconvenience with some sort monetary recognition or gift. I

Voyager

| Barcelona
Had a fantastic time

Voyager from Dubai to Barcelona in May 2015

| Dubai, Jordan, Oman, Israel, Egypt, Cypress, Malta, Greece and Spain
Overall an truly unforgetable cruise - Regent still has it down as it relates to customer service, cleanliness, tours, food, and staff. I cannot say enough about the staff - they were absolutely amazing. They always a smile on their face and willing to go the extra mile. The tours were organized and the cruise director was a talented and entertaining man. The ship captain was readily accessible and very congenial. The ship doctor (had to visit due to a bug I caught eating food in the desert) was very kind and spent a lot of time with me. Fellow passengers (mostly British) were for the most part very happy as well (there are always a few that are complain about nothing)....the dress code on the ship is perfect - no mandatory formal nights.

Greek Cruise

| Greek Isle and Italy
This was the first time to cruise for a couple that went with us, and they are now hooked on cruising. Regent is an excellent cruise line.

Regent Voyager 28-Night African Holiday Adventure Cape Town to Singapore

| Africa, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia
The Seven Seas Voyager was built in 2003 but underwent a multi million dollar upgrade in 2013 adding a wrap around deck and enhancements. The public rooms are almost all under the passenger decks located on deck 4 and 5, the spa encompasses a big chunk of deck 6 which has passenger cabins. my cabin was on deck 6 and as I normally opt for the highest deck on cruise ships, I have changed my preference after this wonderful voyage. Deck 6 was convenient to most of the entertainment, destination services, lobby and eating venues and right smack near the spa fitness area. I enjoyed the sound and sight of the water as I lazed on my private veranda, definitely a nice treat to be closer to the water rather than on a higher deck - best yet no problem with motion, very stable location.  I stayed in a Penthouse category there are 64 of them sized about . 370 sq ft  which included some nicer amentiies, soaps Hermes and L'occitane, and a butler Ryan who was superb.  There  are also Master Suites. 1162 sq ft, 2 baths, Grand Suite as 876 sq feet, full bath and a guest bath, Voyager Suites  603  sq feet,  there are 29 Horizon Suites at 522 sq ft. this particular itinerary included   Cape Town, Mossel Bay, Port Elizabeth, East London, Durban and Richard's Bay, South Africa. highly recommend St Lucia Wetlands, Tala Game Reserve, Elephant Orphanage, and private reserves. Also stopped in Maputo, Mozambique which involved a pricey visa for the day. If you skip one port visit, Maputo may be the one. Mozambique lacks infrastructure and is not geared for tourism, very 3rd world. Madagasgar and Zanzibar excellent, as were Seychelles and Maldives and Sri Lanka. Langkawi and Penang Malaysia a positive surprise. Daily activities on the ship were rather good but there were large gaps of nothing to do. A typical day included Walk a Mile at 730 AM with the fitness director on the outdoor deck, followed by stretch class and circuit training in the gym.  the gym and spa is run by Canyon Ranch SpaClub is an improvement over Steiner. The fitness instructor and therapists appear to be more educated on health and fitness than I recall in the past.  at 9am there was a single solo traveler breakfast. An enrichment lecture at 945 was good but not port specific to our itinerary, it was about aviation history. Daily was Bridge Instruction, and my favorite  was Social Dance instruction taught by Alan and Lucy, Alan a former world ballroom dance champion and a Ballroom teaching coach on Dancing with the Stars. Cooking demos, Bocce, Bingo Trivia, Needlepoint, etc. Teatime was daily at 4 in Horizon Lounge and including an interesting array of pastry themes, such as Waffle TeaTime, Chocolate Tea Time, CroNuts, etc. The dress code was primarily Elegant Casual, which is defined as skirt or slacks (no jeans) with blouse or sweater, pant suit or dress for ladies, slacks (no jeans) and collared shirt for gentlemen. Sport Jacket optional. there were two Formal Nights with Tux optional, most wore suits or sport coats and women wore a bit more glitz. Each night typically had a fabulous Show in the Constellation Lounge at approximately 9:30. After the show a favorite spot was Voyager Lounge with a great retro duo with live music and singing, plenty of dancing. All dining options were  excellent.  The main Compass Rose Dining Room offered plenty of choice, I chose the Canyon Ranch Spa Menu regularly, excellent flavor, minimum calories. The 80 seat Prime 7 restaurant was the toughest to book restaurant however it was clearly the best. The lamb. Porterhouse Steak and Dover Sole off the charts delicious. the 120 seat Signature a French Restaurant was good to excellent depending on the menu cycle. Settle Mari an Italian evening restaurant was consistently good, Cioppino and veal chop fabulous. I highly recommend this cruiseline  and ship.

Best Regent Cruise Ever!

| Started in Dubai and ended in Rome...20 days
Such a wonderful experience. The ship has been newly renovated and the staff was great. The food was out of this world and served at a nice pace by a welcoming, knowledgeable professionals. Highly Recommend this ship.

RSSS Seven Seas Voyager

| Mediterrean
Itineray from Athens to Rome included Rhodes, Cyprus,3 days Israel,Crete, Malta, Sorenta, Rome. Very long but well guided shore excursions. Clients must be able to do 13 hour excursions with walking to really benefit Israel.

Quintessential Provence

| Venice to Barcelona
Port intensive

Regent Voyager Venice to Rome

| Venice to Rome
We started in Venice with pre-cruise stay. Stayed at Kempinski San Clemente Palace. Off the charts! Former monastery on its own island in the lagoon. First class in all respects. Weve cruised 3 times with Regent in the past. Have never seen so many families with children. Normally cruise Sept - Oct when schools in session may explain. Also, in the past nightly musical programs were always well attended. Not so this cruise. Hard to understand. Felt badly for the performers who were very good.

Indian Ocean Adventure Regent Voyager April 8-28, 2014

| Bangkok to Dubai, including India
Suites are very spacious.  All have lovely balconies, bathtub and separate showers in all bathrooms, seating area and comfortable beds and walk in closets. Housekeeping is immaculate.
 
Service usually good.  Staff seemed very stressed in the Compass Rose dining room. Food is good. Shows are good.  Lectures were excellent. 
 
One small problem is the Constellation Theater remodel where the railing curves around at the end of each row and extra chairs make it difficult to easily get into the seating.

Regent Voyager August 2016

| Northern Europe (Baltic)
The Regent Voyager was our home for 12 nights in August 2016. We boarded in Southampton and sailed to Stockholm. We stopped in Bruges, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Riga, Tallinn, St. Petersburg, Helsinki and disembarked in Stockholm. The ports were amazing! My new favorites are Amsterdam and Tallinn. We had a group of 65 guests and from the agents feed back before I sailed I knew I was going to have a great group. We had celebrated several birthdays 2 major anniversaries, and we had a small unofficial renewal of vows while in St Petersburg during a special evening! The staff was great, the food was incredible, and the ship was in great shape, although it will be re furbished shortly, I didn't really see much wear and tear. So once she is out of dry dock in October she will be the belle of the ball! Overall I have enjoyed Regent Seven Seas cruises for my past 3 and I am a big fan! I love the included excursions, tips and cocktails. We always tip regardless , but the fact the no one is expecting it makes for a smooth and easy trip. Regent really is the most inclusive luxury experience out there!

Regent Seven Seas Voyager British Isles

| British Isles
Staff and crew exceptional and always willing to help.

African Holiday Adventure December 21-Jan 18, 2015 Cape Town to Singapore

| AFRICA Cape Town-Mossel Bay-Port Elizabeth-East London-Durban-Mozambique-Tanzania INDIAN OCEAN Seychelles-Maldives-Sri Lanka- Andaman Sea, THAILAND Phuket, MALAYSIA Langkawi-Penang- Kuala Lumpur, SINGAPORE
BASICS
The Voyager began service in 2003 and underwent a major multi-million dollar makeover in 2013, so it is pristine at the moment. Public areas include a fabulous library on Deck 7 with plenty of current reads. For once I didn't have the need to hoard  sought after books. The Card Room is where active Bridge Lessons and play were a draw to many passengers, supervised and led by 2 bridge Masters, Bev and Joe Meyers.   The card  room was a multi purpose room used for Hanukkah candle lighting, church services,  small lectures, etc.   The atrium lobby offered  the openness of nine decks, The Horizon Lounge where high tea takes place daily was a major gathering area as was the Voyager Lounge after the show each night for lively social dancing to Kasia and Boogie, a live edgy Duo.  The Canyon Ranch SpaClub had daily classes such as Walk a Mile, Wake up Stretch, Circuit Training, Ab Fabs, TRX and Yoga. The beauty salon was larger than most ships and high quality as Canyon Ranch now manages it. The Voyager is an All-Suites ship and I asked the housekeeping manger to show me the least desirable cabin on the ship and frankly it was very desirable. This is one ship where all cabins are suites with verandas, marble bathrooms with tub, walk in closet, safe,  simply perfectly appointed. The bed was so comfortable that I  slept better than I do at home tucked into lusciously soft European Duvets and sheets.
 
CUISINE  I met with the executive Chef Jonathan Smid, who at 35 has already made it to the top of the career ladder.  Jonathan is a brilliant Canadian trained  Chef who was formerly at the Four Seasons in addition to other stellar posts.  He runs the entire food service operation aboard and does it well.   The Compass Rose Restaurant is the Main dining Rooms and I must emphasize that the food is perfectly prepared and delicious as it is in the Fine Dining Restaurants onboard. The daily Canyon Ranch SpaClub selection was my choice quite easy and after 28 days I lost 2 pounds. How is that possible on any cruise ship? The Prime 7 Steakhouse had fabulous dry aged Prime beef as well as Lobster, Chicken, Lamb Chops, and Dover Sole. Prime 7 has seating for just 80 diners each night so it is the toughest reservation to snag. Signature is the Classic French Restaurant with Le Cordon Bleu trained Chefs. Signature seats 125, so its significantly larger than Prime 7. The best Wild Mushroom Soup I ever had in my life was savored at Signatures. Casual meals Breakfast through dinner are available at the Veranda, buffet style with a few made to order stations both inside on deck 11 and outside near the pool on deck 11. At night the Veranda transforms into Sette Mari - an Italian bistro that does not disappoint. The coffee bar on Deck 7 makes Illy expresso and coffees made to order. Illy Coffee is served throughout the ship.
 
ENTERTAINMENT never stops. The professional entertainment included the Jean Ryan Production shows with amazingly tall dancers all wonderful. The females looked like Rockettes tall, lean and talented. Every show was excellent. New Years Eve was special with a celebrity comedian, Yakov Smirnoff who performed 2 nights- Yakov was hilarious beyond words.
 
ONBOARD ACTIVITIES Each night in our suite would be a copy of Passages , the daily newsletter with the following days program. A typical day of Activities includes Enrichment Lectures from Smithsonian experts in 2015, Bridge Lessons, Social Dance Class - I never missed it  from Ballroom to Rumba, Tango to Salsa, the teachers were Alan and Lucy - Alan was a 3 time World Ballroom Champion who coaches instructors for DWTS.  Cooking Demonstrations by Paulette Mitchell cookbook author were exceptional. She is brilliant and engaging. Bocce Tournaments Croquet, Toss contests, Pool Volleyball, Bingo, Needlepoint, Canyon Ranch Lectures and more available to keep everyone active if desired.
 
SHORE EXCURSIONS
At every port, a Highlights and Panorama  Sightseeing Tour was offered.  Several African ports offered Animal Game Reserves, Cultural Tribal Villages, Elephant  Orphanage and Rides.   I especially enjoyed the St Lucia Park  Hippo and Crocodile boat tour known for  the largest concentration of Hippos in the world.
The unspoiled  Jozani Forest in Zanzibar where we interacted with Bonobo Monkeys fabulous.  Snorkeling in both the crystal clear Seychelles and the Maldives spoiled me for life.   Shark Cage scuba diving was available which was a costly specialized excursion experience.  Ceylon Tea Plantation tour, Beach outings, Batik making, Walking tours, kayaking,  Art Galleries, the list  of excursions seemed endless.
 
ALL INCLUSIVE Now Regent Seven Seas Cruises offers an all inclusive feature which includes Unlimited Shore Excursions ( some more extensive have a cost) , all drinks, yes alcohol too and gratuities are included in the fare. Having shore Excursions included created a camaraderie with fellow passengers as everyone went on excursions and you really could meet various others under interesting circumstances. I will never forget the Zanzibar Bonobo monkey in a tree above tossing nut shells directly at me while fellow excursionists chuckled.  Overall Regent Voyager is a Luxurious yet country club casual cruise experience. Worth every penny.

Glaciers & Fjords

| Iceland-Norway-Denmark
The Cruise Ship was in Ship-Shape, the food was delicious, the attention of the crew was great, we had a very enjoyable Trip

Regent Seven Seas Voyager Athens to Rome

| Mediterranean, Israel
The ship was beautiful, but the best part was the staff. They were amazing. The service level exceeded all our expectations. Of course, it's hard to go wrong when everything is included - a great value! The included excursions were wonderful. The groups were not too large and the included excursions went to all the "must see" sights in every destination. We started in Athens, stopped in Rhodes, Cyprus, 3 days in Israel, Crete, Malta, Sicily, Naples, and ended in Civitavecchia.

First Class

| Mediterranean
We do not care for pop music, so we didn't bother with the live entertainment. Everything else was wonderful.

15 night Western European Highlights May 18, 2014

| Rome to London
We enjoyed the Canyon Ranch Spa services aboard the ship and liked having the spa menu as an option at each meal. The alternative restaurants were excellent, especially the Prime 7 Steak House. The shows were adequate.

New Zealand/Australia Splendor

| New Zealand and Australia
The staff is incredible! They are professional and highly trained in every aspect of their job. They do not miss the smallest of details and make sure you are comfortable and taken care of in every way. They seem to really enjoy their jobs too which makes it so pleasant to be cruising with such a wonderful staff. Dining in the main restaurant Compass Rose was a treat every night. The cuisine and presentation was the best we have had. The decor is fabulous. The lighting soft and elegant. They even have quiet tables for two. There was never a wait to be seated. The new menu offers you every choice you can imagine. There is hardly a need to make reservations at the specialty restaurants but we did. Prime 7 is the best Steakhouse at sea! Always perfect with anything you order. Chartreuse is their French restaurant. It is lovely but French is just not for us. Sette Mari is their Italian casual restaurant.  We thoroughly enjoyed this restaurant a number of times. The selection was amazing with a full menu and salad bar that included everything under the sun. There is a new line up for the entertainment but I have to say I miss the Jean Ann Ryan girls! We always enjoyed the full orchestra and music in the different lounges around the ship. This seemed to be lacking on this sailing. The suites are beautifully appointed and well received with new furnishing and bedding. I did miss the cabinets around the desk area but I got used to it. The desk area is small but they made up for it by adding a nice marble table for the sofa area. Some how they always make the space work. This was the best Itinerary I have ever seen for New Zealand/Australia. We had many ports of call with just enough sea days to enjoy the ship and relax. We had fabulous weather with beautiful sunsets every night. I highly recommend Regent Seven Seas Voyager and this fantastic Itinerary.

Baltic from Copenhagen to Stockholm

| Baltic
Ship is in good condition, with no wear and tear that I noticed. The staff were gracious and friendly. Food was wonderful. Loved Signature Restaurant the most.

Temples & Pagodas

| Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Bruinei
We enjoyed the cruise with friends.

Dynasties & Dragons/ Regent cruise

| China, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan
Once again, our travel agent paved the way and made all arrangements easy!

Taste of the East

| Asia
This cruise was well balanced with plenty of ports of call and enough seas days you could relax and enjoy the ship. The weather was extremely warm but manageable. There were plenty of shore excursions offered with a variety of light, moderate and strenuous activity to pick from. I highly recommend reading the complete description of the tours and pick accordingly.  The ship offered many on board activities during seas days and sailing hours. This cruise was part of the Smithsonian Collection by Smithsonian Journeys. This is an enrichment series that includes expert authors & historians. We had two wonderful speakers who gave engaging lectures through out our voyage. These lectures were a wealth of information for all the areas we visited. They were also available through out the cruise and interacted with the guests quite a bit. The staff on board was out of this world! They were always there to help you with anything and always with a smile. The cuisine and service was five star every night. We really enjoyed the specialty restaurants which require a reservation. If you do not have a reservation they will try and accommodate you if there is an opening or put you on a wait list. Internet service was a bit of a challenge at times but I believe it has improved with the added feature of free internet service which started the day we departed. This cruise and the itinerary is highly recommended.

Beijing to Thailand via Regents Seven Seas Cruises

| China, Vietnam, Thailand
I recommend his trip to everyone

Rome to Dubai

| Rome to Dubai
Very Enjoyable Cruise & Will Certainly Choose Regent Again

Singapore to Bangkok

| Singapore/Bangkok
Exotic lands were seen, some very modern and some with an extremely poor population and hard to reach as they were a good distance from the ships port.   The Voyager is a very much beloved ship by passengers due to the friendly crew, the large cabins and very large walk in closets in the Deluxe Catagory, and for the Butler service and free laundry service for the suites allowing passengers to pack fewer changes of outfits.    Unlimited free shore excursions is a huge plus with Seven Seas and is the all inclusive nature of the cruise. 

Regent Voyager

| South East Asia
The Voyager is a wonderful ship. With 700 people it is a good size with enough activities and entertainment, and still not too large. The Smithsonian speaker onboard gave excellent talks prior to each port. Cabins are large with large walk in closets. I was in an aft cabin and had a lot of vibration at night. I was told all aft cabins, regardless of deck have this vibration problem.

Regent Seven Seas VoyagerRegent Cruises' Seven Seas Voyager is a trailblazer in the world of all-inclusive cruise lines. With the ability to host up to 700 guests, and 447 international crew members, personal service onboard the Seven Seas Voyager is exceedingly indulgent. In an effort to ensure that guests enjoy the most luxurious experience imaginable, this Regent cruise ship features some of the most impressive amenities you'll find.

The spacious designer suites of the Regent Seven Seas Voyager feature a variety of world-class accommodations, including a complimentary mini-bar that's replenished daily, 24-hour room service, king-size beds, and a private balcony. Many suites also include a personal butler and discounts and special offers on shore excursions, hotel and land programs, and premium wines and liquors.

On the Seven Seas Voyager, you'll have four gourmet restaurants to choose from. Better yet, you'll never need to make a reservation. Compass Rose features European-inspired continental cuisine, while La Veranda is perfect for breakfast and lunch, as they serve up regional specialties based on your cruise destination. At night, La Veranda transforms into Sette Mari and serves authentic antipasti, Italian specialties, and fine wines. If you're looking for a true American classic, make sure to stop by Prime 7, which is the Seven Seas Voyager's elegant steakhouse. Finally, Signatures offers authentic and decadent French cuisine. No matter what you're in the mood for, the cuisine aboard the Seven Seas Voyager will surely exceed your expectations.

There's no shortage of activities on the Seven Seas Voyager. Whether you're interested in the Canyon Ranch SpaClub or just want to relax and enjoy a cocktail by the pool, the Seven Seas Voyager has plenty to keep you occupied. At night, you can stop for a drink in one of Regent's three lavish lounges: The Horizon Lounge, the Observation Lounge, and the Voyager Lounge. You can also choose between playing games in the casino, taking in a show at the Constellation Theater, or relaxing with a cigar in the Connoisseur Club. If you're interested in having a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience, be sure to book a cruise on the Regent Seven Seas Voyager today!

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