Deja vu all over again!
Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Review to Europe - Northern Europe
Sail Date: August 21, 2010
Ship: Seven Seas Voyager
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Family (older children)
Reviewed: 7 years ago
Review SummaryThe ship itself is not the biggest nor the smallest. A good size to have plenty of folks to meet and greet, or just get lost in the crowd, whatever your pleasure. Enough to have a nice crowd for a show or other gathering, but not so many as to make it impossible to deal with the people. First class accommodations. Size and construction of all areas, public and private, is top drawer.
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Service and Staff
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Don't Miss: Making chocolate truffles at Pierre's.
Don't Miss: The old church was a must-see
Don't Miss: Peterhof and the fountains.
Don't Miss: The Market Place.
Pros: All-inclusive; all balcony; no gratuities; food selection; quality of food; excursions; but perhaps most of all, attitude of the staff.
Cons: Wow. That's like asking, who is your least favorite child? There's not really any aspect of our cruise that was not special.