Seven Seas Voyager In Pictures

Seven-Seas-Voyager

I recently enjoyed a visit to Seven Seas Voyager (she is a wonderful ship) and I decided to put together a short photo blog  highlighting some of the things I personally liked about her, but before I get to the pictures let me tell you a little more about her.

Seven Seas Voyager is one of three ships within the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet – soon to be four when Explorer joins – and she offers berths aboard for up to 700 guests across various grades of all-suite accommodations. She features several dining venues: Prime 7, Compass Rose, Signatures, La Veranda (which becomes Sette Mari in the evenings), Pool Grill, and of course, 24-hour room service. Her public spaces, entertainment and fitness options include a library, casino, CanyonRanch Spa Club, gym, boutiques, observation lounge, theatre, card room, and pool deck and bar.

You can find out everything about her by viewing our dedicated Seven Seas Voyager page on our website, but now that I have told you the basics it’s time to have a little look inside!

The Observation Lounge - the views from here were wonderful.

The Observation Lounge – the views from here were wonderful.

L'Occitane bath products are standard, however, the higher level suites offer Hermes products.

L’Occitane bath products are standard, however, the higher level suites offer Hermes products.

The Horizon Lounge

The Horizon Lounge

The Constellation Theatre - this was a really good space, I was surprised how big it was!

The Constellation Theatre – this was a really good space, I was surprised how big it was!

A table ready and waiting for hungry guests at the Pool Grill.

A table ready and waiting for hungry guests at the Pool Grill.

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A selection of fresh and healthy food options were available at the Pool Grill, as well as hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken wings.

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Signatures Restaurant

Compass Rose restaurant - another beautiful space and the restaurant in which we enjoyed lunch.

Compass Rose restaurant – another beautiful space and the restaurant in which we enjoyed lunch.

Poached Maine Lobster medallions, marinated melon balls, heart of palm lobster salad and mango passion fruit glace.

Poached Maine Lobster medallions, marinated melon balls, heart of palm lobster salad and mango passion fruit glace.

Pan-fried Sea Bass with five spices, parsnip mousseline and barolo-cassis gastrique.

Pan-fried Sea Bass with five spices, parsnip mousseline and barolo-cassis gastrique.

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The Pool Deck

Atrium

Atrium

The Connoisseur Club

The Connoisseur Club

Seven Seas Voyager was intimate, but not stuffy and the fact that she was sailing at maximum capacity really does say it all. Everything Regent Seven Seas Cruises prides itself on was to be found onboard. I just hope that my next visit involves an overnight bag, at least!

All of our Regent Seven Seas voyages can be found on our Regent Cruise Deals page.

If you would like to find out more about Regent Seven Seas Cruises then please contact one of our Luxury Cruise Experts on 0800 008 6677.

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About Danielle Fear

Danielle has more than 40 cruises behind her and loves to visit new and exciting places. One of her favourite cruise regions is the Baltic because of its rich history and exciting ports.

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