Seven Seas Voyager

Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Cruise ship review

The 42,363-ton, 700-passenger cruise ship Seven Seas Voyager was the second 100% balcony 100% suite cruise ship in the world, following Seven Seas Mariner. It isn't just about the quick service, the inspired voyages or the outstanding celebrity lecturers, but also the fact that this is a cruise liner with a big personality. Where else are passengers going to find a captain who reads poetry over the public address system together with the weather and navigation reports? Or fiercely social cruisers - like "a family afloat," as one repeat traveler frames it - who return to Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship year after year, in large part to spend time together?

Cruise itinerary program

Seven Seas Voyager itinerary program is based on luxury World Cruises, with a set of Asia sailings leaving from ports in China, Singapore and Japan. Regent Voyager cruises in Europe on Baltic Sea itineraries with departures from Stockholm, Copenhagen, Southampton, also repositioning cruises between Asia and Europe.

Regent Voyager is among the top-luxury World Cruise ships offering each year an "Around The World" voyage. It includes up to 30 different countries and numerous exotic ports in Asia, Aistralia, South America, Caribbean, Africa, also Transatlantic crossings, Panama Canal and/or Suez Canal transits.

Cabins

Like all Regent cruise ships, Seven Seas Voyager is an all-suite ship. The number of suite categories is 13. Seven Seas Voyager has a total of 353 suites, of which 100% have private balconies. The largest ones are the Master Suites (1220 ft2).

Follows the complete list of Seven Seas Voyager restaurants and food bars.

  • Compass Rose (main dining room restaurant, open-seating breakfast, lunch and dinner; features European Continental dishes and alternative choices - vegetarian, specialties from the Spa menu, select dishes from Regent's Chartreuse menu with gourmet French cuisine)
  • Signatures (French specialty restaurant, dinner-only, reservations-only) in 2016 was replaced by Regent Cruises new Chartreuse restaurant with traditional French cuisine).
  • Pool Grill (fast food bar, poolside; serves the pool deck area)
  • Prime 7 (reservations-only dinner restaurant with American Steakhouse menu)
  • La Veranda / Sette Mari (casual dining venue; operates as ship’s self-service buffet restaurant; in the evenings, the buffet transforms into “Sette Mari” Italian dinner restaurant, complimentary).

Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport

With its shiny, Scandinavian-inspired interior, Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship has an old school sensibility. It is not showy, it is understated. There are no Aloha Deck or Fiesta Deck there - simply deck number 4, number 5 and so on. There is also a clubby feel, in part because Seven Seas Voyager cruise liner offers praised beverages - from diet Coke to Chivas Regal - at all its lounges and bars. A lot of the suites also have butlers.

Follows the complete list of Seven Seas Voyager lounges, clubs and other entertainment venues for kids, teens and adults.

  • Constellation Theater (2-deck high main show lounge for grand music and show productions; also features “Cirque Rock ‘n Roll” aerial acrobatics spectacle)
  • Atrium (8-deck high open-floor area)
  • Club.com (Internet computers room); Library
  • Connoisseur Club (smoking lounge with comfortable leather armchairs; offers hand-rolled Cuban cigars)
  • Card Rooms (hosts bridge tournaments and lectures)
  • Voyager Lounge (disco nightclub; operates as piano bar during the day with resident pianist performances)
  • Coffee Connection (specialty coffee and patisserie bar)
  • Horizon Lounge (with a large dance floor; hosts daily trivia shows and offers Afternoon Tea)
  • Observation Lounge (grand piano bar with live music performances in the evenings)
  • The Boutique (duty-free shopping arcade: luxury jewelry, precious stones, brand perfumes, watches, designer clothes, accessories, gifts, souvenirs, Regent-logo wear)
  • Casino (with 2 sections: for the slot machines, and for the gaming tables)
  • Voyager Pool area (with a large swimming pool, 2 Whirlpools, sunbathing area with loungers, tennis tables, seating area; served by the Pool Bar)
  • Canyon Ranch SpaClub and Wellness Center (Treatment Rooms, Saunas, Steam Rooms, Relaxation Room. The Centre includes ship’s Beauty Salon, Gym and Aerobics Studio)
  • Fitness Center (with floor-ceiling windows, modern equipment); Promenade (Deck 5)
  • The Top Deck (Power Walking/Jogging Track; sports court: mini-golf putting green; Golf Net; Shuffleboard; Paddle Tennis court).

The cost of Seven Seas Voyager cruise in a Master Suite signifies the ultimate Regent Voyager luxury packages for a 1,200 sq-ft cruise suite accommodation (111,5 m2, with the balcony, location Deck 9). The lowest suite category on the Voyager ship is the “Deluxe Suite” (with about 3 times lower prices than the Master’s rates).

Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks

Compass Rose restaurant is the main dining room on Seven Seas Voyager. It functions on an open seating basis and offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner without set dining assignments. La Veranda is ship's daytime buffet, serving breakfast and lunch. In the evening it is transformed into a bistro serving Mediterranean cuisine. The specialty steak house Prime 7 is free of charge but requires reservations for dinner. Dinner is served alfresco on Voyager's pool deck at least once during each cruise. Another choice for casual lunch is the poolside grill. Dinner can be ordered from the MDR menu during restaurant hours to be served en suite.