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Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Review by fbpt1: wonderful 25th anniversary trip


fbpt1
1 Review
Member Since 2010
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Cabin 5.0
Dining 5.0
Embarkation 5.0
Enrichment Activities 3.0
Entertainment 4.0
Family & Children Not Rated
Fitness & Recreation 4.0
Public Rooms 5.0
Rates 5.0
Service 5.0
Shore Excursions 5.0
Value for Money 5.0

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wonderful 25th anniversary trip

Sail Date: September 2010
Destination: Europe - Eastern Mediterranean
Embarkation: Monaco

We had planned our 25th anniv. trip for a year and picked Regent based on the ports of call, excursions, food reviews, and ship size. We embarked from Monte Carlo through Italy and onto Turkey and the Greek islands ending in Athens. I think we picked spot on for what we wanted. Though slightly younger than the majority of the people of the ship (48-49) it didn't take away at all from our experience and there were more than enough people we could socialize with. The ship size was perfect at about 700. The staff to customer ratio was excellent, but foremost, I want to say that never once in 10 days did I not receive a bright smile, a hello, or engage in conversation with the staff. I mean everyone from the housekeeping, to the pool staff, to the sommelier, to the destination services, etc. I looked at other reviews prior to the trip that commented that the Regent staff had disappointed them, but I felt totally welcomed, and we were treated wonderfully.

The food was 5 star but More what we loved the most were the portions as they were perfect and you could go through all servings without feeling like you were distressed. The service that presented the food was awesome. We felt like royalty. Another thing I'd like to comment on is that we were looking to hit alot of ports and sights and our excursions were tremendous, and only one of them cost anything extra, at our choice. While I heard some people say they felt rushed, it was exactly what we were looking for not having been to Europe before. Yes, at nite we were tired, but there were only two ports that had 11 hour excurions and believe me we saw everything we wanted. I would only say that we wished those older people that refuse to really read the warnings of how much walking, and on what type of grades and pavements they were to be walking on during the excursion, would because I felt Regent communicated clearly how difficult some of the tours might be. We were slightly concerned with the Voyager's reputation as having a heavy vibration rearships, and although yes it does have vibrate, we were never really bothered by it. The bedding was wonderful, and my wife thought the full size walk in closet and bathroom size was tremendous. A huge shout out to Ronald Yoroung wo was an impressive representative of Regent as a server, and to Tony in the Casino whose patience with me at the craps table was greatly appreciated.Finally, the Captain of the ship should be credited for taking us to Taormina when we could not go to Amalfi due to the weather. He could have put us out to sea, sailed slow and saved gas, and he elected to show us a port that turned out to be the best time of the cruise for my wife and I. We would strongly recommend this line. Less

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