Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Review by BataviaMan1: Chilly Mediterranean
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A 15 day Mediterranean cruise on Voyager was basically a repeat of a similar one in 2008 although with colder,chillier weather.
Our cabin was spacious and well maintained, and our butler Joshua was outstanding. Attentive and friendly without being intrusive.
We particularly enjoed our two evenings in Signatures special restaurant. Warm ambience,attentive service (not rushed like Prime 7) and wonderful cuisine.
The shows get a B-. La Viva Vida should be retired. We have seen it on previous Regent cruises and it is trite and tiresome.
Le Cirque Voyager was an outstanding show. Creative, exciting and well performed by an ocviously highly motivated cast.
Jacqui Scott from London's West End was a delightful entertainer and was very well received.
The tours were equally divided in quality and the performance of the guides. The Gaudi tour in Barcelona,the Virtuoso Voyager luncheon and tour of a manor house in Oporto, and the More Rolls Royce museum in Bilboa were all outstanding with well informed,friendly guides. The guide to the Museum and Monastery in Lisbon was hyper and not well organized.
All in all another very well run Regent cruise, with special praise for Captain McNeil and the officers and crew who did an utstanding job and were very safety conscious and serious in that vital regard.
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