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Seven Seas Voyager
Seven Seas Voyager
Member Name: cruisealert
Cruise Date: September 2010
Embarkation: Stockholm
Destination: Baltic & Northern Europe
Cabin Category: C
Cabin Number: 787
Booking Method: Local Travel Agency
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Member Rating   5+ out of 5+
Dining 5+
Public Rooms 5.0
Cabins 5+
Entertainment 5.0
Spa & Fitness 5.0
Family & Children Not Rated
Shore Excursions 5+
Embarkation 5+
Service 5+
Value-for-Money 5.0
Rates 4.0
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Baltic Cruise - Wonderful experience
We had already booked a Baltic Cruise with Oceania (whom we really enjoy) but then I started to compare the Regent package and we switched to a Voyager cruise in same time frame. We selected a Horizon C suite because of Business class air, butler service, and a large deck on the very aft of the ship. We were concerned about the vibrations, but the only time it really bothered us was the first night we spent in Stockholm -- they kept their generators on. At sea, it was no problem. We had excellent connections with Regent Air flying direct from Chicago to Stockholm on SAS (great) and from London to Chicago on United ( Fine).

The embarkation was so easy and basically took place on board, not in the terminal. After a nice lunch in the Veranda ( our wonderful first meal with Regent) we then sat in the sun by the pool until our rooms were ready at 2:30. We were thrilled with the rooms and the deck and the view, Our malt scotch and Cabernet were in the suite with all the other extras we requested. The butler, Satke, was very reserved, but was a big help the entire cruise, Our stewardess was great and cheerful and the room always seemed nice.We did have a problem with a leaky shower but it was fixed. Also, I have to use a CPAP machine when I sleep and no outlet near the nightstand -- so each night we ran an extension cord.

We ate most of our evening meals in Compass Rose -- always had a good free wine selection. If you did not like the offering that night, we would get one from an earlier night. Never had problem getting a table that we wanted -- sometimes just the two of us and sometimes with new friends. We really enjoyed one evening at Prime 7, but had to cancel our dinner at Signature due to inclement weather and stomach!! We had an excellent dinner in our room and also a party in a neighbors room with Mio a fantastic Magician. Voyager was great for making new friends and the block party the first night was a wonderful help. By the way, the cruise director, Lorraine W was a great leader. Although the entertainment was limited, we always enjoyed our evenings .

We were very pleased with the free excursions in each port. Never overly crowded. We paid supplements for some excursions. Biggest disappointment was not being able to stop at Tallinn Estonia, but it was a wise safety decision by our friendly and competent captain. The service from start to finish was fabulous, no matter where we were. Also we loved the coffee shop and the ability to use the nice coffee machines most anytime. Also liked to use the exercise equipment and the steam room.Spa was nice, but as always, very expensive. Food was top notch each night with plenty of variety for us. Usually had breakfast in our room. Disembarkation also was very smooth -- best we have ever had.

Overall, Seven Seas Voyager exceeded our expectation and we booked another Regent cruise for next June in Eastern Med!! We got to take a Galley tour with the head chef. Quite a treat. Computer room worked well and never had to wait to get on. Casino was small, but always plenty of room -- just wish there were no smokers on board:-(.It was very nice that the last night I did not have to get upset looking at a large bill.

Publication Date: 09/27/10
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