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Regent Seven Seas Voyager

Following an extensive refurbishment, Seven Seas Voyager boasts a fresh and elegant style throughout all bars and lounges, and in its spacious, all-balcony suites as well.

There are four main dining venues, surprising for a ship of her size, including the new Chartreuse which serves delicious French cuisine. Seven Seas Voyager also features some of the highest space and service ratios at sea, and her accommodation includes the largest lead-in suites in the industry. Key features include:

  • All-suite, all-balcony accommodation
  • Space per guest ratio among the highest at sea
  • 24 Hour complimentary room service
  • Butler service in suite categories B and above

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Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service 01/01/2003
Tonnage 46000
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 4
Number Of Decks 9
Number Of Elevators 6
Number Of Pools 1
Number Of Restaurants 6
Formal Nights Yes
Maximum Capacity 708/752
Crew 445
Refurbished 10/10/2013

Ship Facilities

On Seven Sea Voyager, not only can diners enjoy exceptional food from a variety of different restaurants, but mealtimes on the ship are made easy with flexible sitting times and a range of formal and informal restaurants.

  • Compass Rose- a firm favourite among Regent guests, Compass Rose is a spacious restaurant serving European-inspired dishes, including delicious vegetarian and kosher dishes.
  • La Veranda- a buffet-style restaurant also offering a pizzeria and al fresco dining.
  • Pool Grill- laid-back meals from gourmet burgers to freshly made salads.
  • Prime 7- serving up mouthwatering steakhouse classics, diners can even watch the chefs work their magic.
  • Sette Mari- an intimate evening meal experience, enjoy Italian specialities and Tuscan wines.
  • Chartreuse- if you’d like to taste French cuisine with a modern flare, this is the place to go.

Round-up your fun-packed day with an evening of entertainment on Seven Seas Voyager. For both players and spectators, the casino is an exciting venue for roulette, poker, slot machines and delicious drinks. Another popular venue onboard is the Constellation Theater where guests can enjoy intimate live events varying from singalongs to five-piece Orchestra performances.

If you’d prefer to spend your evening sipping a drink in a comfy seat, there are also four bars and lounges perfect for just this. The Connoisseur Club is one of the busiest evening spots where guests can sample vintage cognacs, buy cigars and enjoy interesting conversations with other cruisers. The Horizon Lounge is the ideal place for a cocktail and live music, while the Voyager Lounge turns into a nightclub as the night progresses. For spectacular views to be marvelled at alongside your favourite drink, the Observation Lounge boasts huge windows offering stunning panoramas.

While exploring the wonderful destinations is a true highlight of this cruise, the time spent onboard Seven Sea Voyager can be just as enriching. Visit the Destination Services where a dedicated team are on hand to help you learn more about each place the ship visits.

Alternatively, why not read up on the history and culture of the ports and cities at the ship’s very own library? Out in the fresh air and the pool deck is one of the largest at sea, featuring a large heated pool, whirlpools and even table tennis tables. Refresh in the water or lay back and soak up the sun as you gaze out over the magnificent views.

In addition, Regent prides itself on providing guests with a luxurious journey. The Serene Spa and Wellness offers activities and treatments designed to soothe both the body and soul. Choose from body wraps, facials, manicures and pedicures and feel the rejuvenating effects instantly. Exercise is just as important for your wellbeing as a pampering sessions, so head to the Fitness Center for exercise classes or a solo workout on the modern equipment.

Customer reviews for Regent Seven Seas Voyager

Sailed on Voyager November/December 2015, having previously been accustomed to Azamara Journey and Quest, and Oceania Marina and Riviera. All of these ships offer high levels of comfort, service and great food - but I was totally spoiled on Voyager - WOW! just WOW!

We did The Baltics, meeting the ship at Stockholm in August 2014. From the moment we arrived, nothing was too much bother for the crew. Check in was simple, no hanging around. Our suite was a generous size with a bottle of champagne waiting for us on arrival plus a bowl of fresh fruit which was replenished daily. The bathroom was large with a walk in shower and a bath and lovely L'Occitaine toiletries. We ate in Compass Rose and both specialality restaurants, the food was delicious and excellent service in all three. An excellent choice of excursions and extremely well organised, no queuing which was great. A bonus, was there were no photographers anywhere. No being asked to smile while you were enjoying your meal or waiting for you as you were getting off the ship. The entertainment was very good, and the Cruise Director did a few shows himself, he was very talented. Overall we were very pleased with our choice of cruise, ship, crew and itinary made it an extremely enjoyable holiday so much, that we have booked to go to The Baltics on Voyager again this year.

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Ship OK. Crew excellent, good service from them and all very friendly. Most facilities one would expect. However we had to pay $199 for Wi-Fi access as we were only Silver members of the customer classification and were not in a high grade of cabin. Wi fi was to communicate with granson in Australia and Viet-nam etc. Also shameful that crew and stage performers were not given complimentary wi-fi; it cost them a large amount of their salary; and they are away from home for long periods. Not Good, but we had 60 minutes of free telephone time.

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