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Berlitz Rating:

Recommended:
Mature Couples/Singles
Ship Beam (ft/m):
94.5/28.8
Ship Builder:
T. Mariotti (Italy)
Ship Cabins (for one person):
0
Ship Cabins (total):
354
Ship Cabins (wheelchair accessible):
4
Ship Cabins (with private balcony):
354
Ship Casino (gaming tables):
Yes
Ship Crew/Passenger Ratio:
1.6
Ship Cruise Line:
Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Ship Elevators:
6
Ship Entered Service:
Mar 2003
Ship Former Names:
none
Ship Hot Tubs (on deck):
3
Ship IMO Number:
9247144
Ship Length (ft/m):
669.2/204.0
Ship Library:
Yes
Ship Onboard currency:
US$
Ship Passenger Decks:
9
Ship Passenger Space Ratio:
59.8
Ship Passengers (lower beds):
708
Ship Propulsion:
diesel-electric (16,000kW)/2 azimuthing pods
Ship Self-Service Launderette:
Yes
Ship Size:
Small Ship
Ship Size Range (sq ft/m):
356.0-1,399.3/33.0–130.0
Ship Star Rating:
????+
Ship Swimming Pools (outdoors):
1
Ship Tonnage:
42,363
Ship Total Crew:
445
Ship Wheelchair accessibility:
Best
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Regent Cruises - Seven Seas Voyager

Overview: Seven Seas Voyagerwould be ideally suited to well-traveled couples and solo travelers, typically over 50, seeking excellent itineraries, fine food, and good service, with some entertainment, in a contemporary ship that’s elegant and comfortable.

The Ship: Seven Seas Voyager was built in 32 blocks, with the same basic hull design as Seven Seas Mariner, with a few modifications. Following a 2013 multi-million dollar makeover, there is now a complete outdoor walk-around deck, and a forward observation area (both on Deck 12).Inside, there is a good array of public rooms, almost all located below the accommodation decks. Three sets of stairways mean it is easy to find your way around. An atrium lobby spans nine decks, with the lowest level opening directly onto the tender landing stage.Facilities include five bars, a showlounge that spans two decks, an observation lounge, a casino, a shopping concourse, a large library, Internet-connect center (Club.com), business center (Coffee.com), card room, and small conference room. There is also a nightclub, Voyager, with an oval-shaped dance floor, a cigar-smoking lounge, the Connoisseur Club, for cigars and cognacs, and an ‘art’ gallery.Seven Seas Voyager is ideally suited to well-traveled couples and solo travelers, typically over 50, seeking excellent itineraries, fine food, and good service, with some entertainment, in a contemporary ship that’s elegant and comfortable.

Accommodation: There are about a dozen different accommodation price grades. As the ship was built with a central corridor design, this has allowed for larger suites and bathrooms than aboard Seven Seas Mariner. This is Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ second ‘all-suites, all-balconies’ ship – although that’s not strictly correct, as not all sleeping areas are completely separated from living areas.All grades of accommodation have private, marble-clad bathrooms with tub, walk-in closet with personal safe, and most suite entrances are recessed away from passenger hallways (a central corridor), so as to provide extra quiet. All have a small private balcony, although all except those in the Master Suites and Grand Suites measure only 50 sq ft (4.6 sq m); all have pleasing teak decking. Partitions are of the partial type, except for the Master Suites and Grand Suites, which have full floor-to-ceiling partitions, and are completely private. From the smallest to the largest:Deluxe Suites measure 356 sq ft (33 sq m) and have twin beds that convert to a queen-size bed (European duvets are standard), but the sleeping area is separated from the living area only by partial room dividers, and therefore they are cabins – albeit good-size ones – not suites.Horizon Suites measure 522 sq ft (48.4 sq m) and overlook the stern.Category ‘A’ and Category ‘B’ Penthouse Suites measure 370 sq ft (34.3 sq m).Seven Seas Suites measure 657 sq ft (61 sq m). Located aft, they have a generous wraparound balcony, although these can be partly overlooked.Voyager Suites measure 603 sq ft (56 sq m), and are located on the port and starboard sides of the atrium on three decks.Grand Suites (1104, 1005) are one deck above the navigation bridge; each measures 876 sq ft (81 sq m).Two Master Suites measure 1,162 sq ft (108 sq m). These suites, 1100 and 1001, each expand to 1,403 sq ft (130 sq m) when paired with one Grand Suite via an interconnecting door, while 700 and 701 measure 1,335 sq ft (124 sq m).Four wheelchair-accessible suites (761, 762, 859, and 860) are all as close to an elevator as one could possibly get, and provide ample living space, together with a large roll-in shower and all bathroom fittings at the correct height.

Cuisine/Dining: The 570-seat Compass Rose Restaurant is the main dining room. It has tables for two to 10, and dining is on an open seating basis, so you can dine with whomever you like, when you choose. In general, the cuisine is very good, and there’s plenty of choice.Prime 7 Steakhouse is the smallest of the specialty dining venues, with 80 seats. It features a range of USDA prime, dry-aged steaks as well as chops, oven-roasted half chicken, Alaskan king crab legs, and Maine lobster. It’s the most intimate dining spot – although the single-deck ceiling height makes it feel busy – and it can get noisy. There is seating for two, four, or six, and reservations are required.Signatures ‘supper club’ seats 120, and has ocean views along the room’s port side. It is directed and staffed by chefs wearing the white toque and blue riband of Le Cordon Bleu, the prestigious culinary society for classic French cuisine. Seating is at tables of two, four, or six, and reservations are required.For more casual meals, La Veranda is a large self-serve indoor/outdoor café with seats for 450, and fresh, light decor. This eatery has several food islands and substantial counter display space. At night, it is transformed into Sette Mari – an Italian eatery with some good pasta-based dishes.The outdoor Pool Grill and ice cream bar, adjacent to the swimming pool, is a popular eatery. It features a creative list of burgers as well as various sandwiches.

Entertainment: The stunning Constellation Showlounge spans two decks, and sight lines are very good from almost all seats. A troupe of 10 singers/dancers provides colorful mini-Las Vegas-style revues and production shows. Cabaret acts provide stand-alone evening shows. The ship carries a main showband, several small musical groups, and soloists.

Spa/Fitness: For details of the Canyon Ranch SpaClub and other sporting facilities, see the listing for Seven Seas Mariner. An 18 percent gratuity is included in the price of treatments and beauty salon services.

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