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Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Review by LEESRE: Seven Seas Voyager - Eastern Caribbean


LEESRE
14 Reviews
Member Since 2003
2,069 Posts

Member Rating

Cabin 5.5
Dining 5.5
Embarkation 5.5
Enrichment Activities Not Rated
Entertainment 5.0
Family & Children Not Rated
Fitness & Recreation 5.0
Public Rooms 5.5
Rates 5.5
Service 5.5
Shore Excursions 3.0
Value for Money Not Rated

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Seven Seas Voyager - Eastern Caribbean

Sail Date: November 2005
Destination: Eastern Caribbean
Embarkation: Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)

We sailed from Fort Lauderdale on the 28th November, 2005, on Radisson Voyager, what an experience. From the check in at the pier to our check out on the 5th December 2005 everything could not have been more enjoyable.

We arrived at 1pm to be met by a lady who said just leave your bags we will take care of them and then we were shown to check in, no one there, we sailed, pardon the pun, straight onto the ship to be greeted with a glass of champagne. We were told that our suite would not be ready till 3pm but would we care for lunch at La Veranda. We went up on deck and shown to a table in La Veranda, again excellent, the food there was so much choice and the staff were there all the time checking to see if everything was OK. The Maitre D' was also very helpful telling us about La Veranda as an alternative eating place in the evening. We then heard an announcement that our suites were available ahead of time this was 2pm.

We arrived on deck 10 and opened the door More and our expression was WOW!! We had on the coffee table a chilled bottle of champagne awaiting us, our cabin stewardess Xenette appeared and went through details regarding our suite and what bottles of spirits we required. You are allowed 2 bottle per suite in cat H. We then went on to explore our suite, the bathroom was enormous with separate bath and shower and all tastefully done in marble. Separate dressing room with safe etc. and enormous bed and sitting area with fridge etc. Now for the restaurants during our cruise. We dined in the Compass Rose , Signature, La Veranda and Latitudes during our cruise. Signatures was our favorite, but closely followed by La Veranda. La Veranda was also the place to eat for breakfast with the magnificent views of the ocean. Our least favorite was Latitudes as this was Asian fusion cuisine, not to our taste.

Everything about this cruise was excellent and we could not praise the staff enough, they were there for you all the time. Soft drinks were on the house 24 hours a day, in fact if you did not drink alcohol then apart from any excursions your bill would be nothing at the end of the cruise.

Would we go again the answer is most definitely. Less


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