Seven Seas Voyager
The 700-passenger Seven Seas Voyager is a midsize ship that features a big-ship lineup of activities, with four dining options as well as a full-service spa and a casino. The all-suite, all-balcony ship has truly spacious cabins, with the smallest suite measuring a whopping 356 square feet. Best of all, the cost of a sailing includes round-trip airfare, shore excursions, and all beverages ... even those from the minibar.
What We Love
A Relaxed Dress Code: Some of the longer cruises have formal evenings, but there's no need to pack gowns and tuxes for most Seven Seas Voyager cruises.
Detox Dining: The food on board is delicious — and decadent. When you’ve had enough of beef Wellington and lobster thermidor, turn to the "Simplicity" menu for lighter choices, like broiled salmon or grilled chicken breast.
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Shore Excursions Are Included: These tours go beyond basic walking tours, including a wine tour in Bordeaux, and a Swahili cuisine cooking lesson in Kenya.
Le Cordon Bleu on Board: Make a reservation for an intimate dinner at the Signatures restaurant, where the French menu was created by chefs from Paris’s Le Cordon Bleu.
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Who It's Best For
Grown-ups: Sophisticated and well-traveled adults who enjoy comfort and understated elegance feel at home here.
Don't Say We Didn't Warn You
It's Mainly for Adults: With the exception of summer sailings and holiday cruises (which offer a Club Mariner program for kids and teens), Seven Seas Voyager provides few activities for children.
This Is Not a Budget Line: Although the ship's cruises come at a price, the inclusion of all beverages, gratuities, specialty restaurants, shore excursions, and round-trip airfare eases the sticker shock.
Judi Cuervo is a New York-based contributor to ShermansCruise whose work has also appeared in Bridal Guide and Gotham.
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Seven Seas Voyager at a Glance
- Line: Regent Seven Seas Cruises
- Number of Passengers: 700
- Ship Size: Medium
- Launch Date: 2001
- Refurbish Date: 2013
- Chobe River
- Mekong River
- Repositioning Cruises
- Southeast Asia
- The Black Sea
- The British Isles
- The Canary Islands & Azores Islands
- Trans-Atlantic Crossings