Seven Seas Voyager Overview

Aboard the all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Voyager, you'll delight in new destinations and indulge in luxuries for the body and spirit. Start the morning with coffee and breakfast on your private balcony as you appreciate spectacular views. Stay in shape with a workout in the glass-walled fitness center, then melt away stress with an aromatherapy treatment at the Canyon Ranch Spa. The Constellation Theater will dazzle you with its grand performances, and you can savor classic French cuisine and fine wine at Signatures. When the stars come out, try your luck at the casino, and sip an icy martini as you watch the ever-changing vistas from the Observation Lounge.

Seven Seas Voyager Ship Stats

  • Price:
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  • Size: S
  • Total Passengers: 708
  • Total Crew: 447
  • Passenger to Crew Ratio: 1.58
  • Built: Apr 2003
  • Refurbished: Oct 2013
  • Number of Decks: 9
  • Total Cabins: 0
  • Cabin Categories: 12
  • Gross Tonnage: 41,827
  • Length: 670
  • Beam: 95

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Suite Cabin Suite
3.9
(39 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 458 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $655/night

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Room Service Room Service
5.0
(1 Review)
Prime 7 Prime 7
4.8
(4 Reviews)
Coffee Connection Coffee Connection
4.0
(1 Review)
La Veranda La Veranda
1.0
(1 Review)

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79 Seven Seas Voyager Reviews

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AA was awful in handling a broken seat. The entire experience, ship, staff, food was deteriorated from the last time we used Regent. by nelsong

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In short, Regent overall experience has deteriorated sine the last cruise and ship we were on. We have taken Crystal, with a far better ship and level of onboard facilities, trained and caring staff and quality of dining. Having also cruised on Oceania, supposedly a tier down from Regent, the overall experience was about the same, at a lower cost. Ninety-Five percent of passengers were in lower coast cabins than a Seven seas Suite, yet we couldn't get a decent seat in Compass Rose or any other recognition throughout the ship as a premier level passenger. The value for the premium prices is not there.

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Excellent Onboard Experience, but...... by SunseekerChuck

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Everything onboard the ship was EXQUISITE! Unfortunately we felt so cheated by the poor tours that Regent had arranged. The tour guides were either disorganized or unable to communicate and we just left feeling shortchanged. We've been on other cruises where the cruise ship company had arranged really enriching and wonderful excursions. Sadly this is the only area Regent fell short. But the experience on board did exceed all of our expectations.

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not upper to par by theeactor

Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

will not go on ship, again, also you would not give us a discount on the new ship because we could not book it only make a revs. Regent said no not right

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43 Seven Seas Voyager Tips

Opilo
Sep 29, 2014

Regardless of the cabin, fly business from the USA to the ship, even if you have to pay a little more. Insist on non-stop as Regent will try to make you connect going and returning.

jgray37000
Jul 11, 2014

Voyager is an understatedly elegant ship, with passengers' comfort foremost. We found the other passengers to be charming, which I suppose is a function of the natural-selection of those who desire this kind of.many who luxury travel.

jgray37000
Sep 15, 2014

Be sure to visit the Observation Lounge, especially when leaving port, (or when coming in, if you're up that early.) It's a beautiful, panoramic view, with a nice bar and lovely piano music in the evening.

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