Regent Seven Seas Voyager
When designing the Seven Seas Voyager, Regent aimed for the highest tier of luxury on the seas. This all-suite, all-balcony ship goes above and beyond with four main dining venues, all with open-seating, when-you-want meal times, a world-class spa, and one of the best orchestras on the ocean.
Since it set sail for the first time in 2003, the Seven Seas Voyager has traveled all over the world. Currently, itineraries cover Mediterranean regions, Northern Europe, Asia, and Africa.
Regent allows for a great range of stateroom choices. The most economical – albeit extremely luxurious – is the Deluxe Veranda Suites, which offer 356 square feet of space. Such rooms provide not just a stunning view from a balcony but also sleeping and living areas, a marble bathroom, a flat screen television, mini-bar, a walk-in closet, champagne, and 24-hour room service, including in-suite dinner.
The highest tier is the Master Suite, which offers 1,403 square feet of room. Travelers here receive two balconies, bedrooms, and bathrooms, a living room, daily canapés, a complimentary cocktail party, iPhone deck, iPad, espresso maker, cashmere blankets, and free Wi-Fi. Travelers will find such rooms provide additional benefits: free pre- and post-cruise trips, priority shore excursion reservations, and included hotel and airfare.
The Seven Seas Voyager’s flagship restaurant is the Compass Rose, which serves all three meals throughout the day. Dine on European-inspired continental fare, with vegetarian and Canyon Ranch menus available.
Or give Prime 7 a try. This steakhouse not only focuses on delicious cuts of meats, but enhances the dining experience with leather chairs and dark wood décor.
Signatures takes on-the-sea dining to a new level. French cuisine arrives with a beautiful presentation, while wines pairing perfectly are recommended for each meal. Because of its exclusiveness, reservations are required.
La Veranda offers buffet fare, with emphasis on regional dishes, for breakfast and lunch, along with an authentic pizzeria. By the evening, it becomes Sette Mari. This casual dining option lets you select from antipasti and other a la carte Italian dishes.
For a quick midday meal or a snack, head over to the Pool Grill. As you lounge outdoors or even by the pool, savor one of its hamburgers, seafood dishes, sandwiches, salads, or ice cream.
Activities & Entertainment
The Seven Seas Voyager considers all desiring pleasure and relaxation: the shopaholic, the thrill-seeker, and the sunbather, among others.
The Canyon Ranch Spa Club draws many with its 30 years of history in the wellness field and top-tier facilities. After a long day of walking and exploring, schedule a massage, a body wrap or scrub, or another rejuvenating treatment.
Fitness facilities, including a jogging track, help you prepare for the next day. Burn off a few calories as you build up your stamina for a new adventure.
Others seek out the pool deck, considered the most expansive at sea. Teak surrounds a large heated pool, two whirlpool spas, and a table tennis court.
Or spend a day on the town, figuratively, with games in the casino, shopping in the duty-free boutique, or checking out books and DVDs in the library.
Evenings are a time of entertainment and socialization. A range of lounges and bars offer a setting for everyone looking to settle down with a cup of coffee or savor a cigar, while the Constellation Theater opens its doors for top-notch performances. Grab a seat for a musical, cabaret show, or a Cirque-style spectacle, with the Regent Signature Orchestra supporting.
Come on board the Seven Seas Voyager to experience the world in luxury. Browse itineraries and then book a trip today through Direct Line Cruises.