Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Review by Annie B: Reformed Sceptic
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With 700 passengers Voyager is 3 times larger than Silverseas and Seabourn, so we read the negative reviews with some anxiety. However, No long check-in lines, we were in our superbly appointed cabin within 15 minutes of boarding. cabin equal to Silverseas and much better than Seabourn. Love the walk in shower, L'Occitane products, large bath sheets. Hectic schedule of ports, with only one day at sea, but well managed tours with staggered set off times and no waiting around. Lots to do on board, award winning spa, excellent daily fitness classes.
Food plentiful, not gourmet, but up to top hotel food. Great choice of fresh, healthy options. We asked on several occasions for something not on the menu and it was always provided.
Main negative was the appallingly slow and unreliable and very expensive internet connection - a major source of aggravation to us.
This apart, this was definitely 6* luxury, the cabin was very spacious, very quiet and the balcony More plenty big enough for two to sit and dine. and the crew were friendly, courteous, attentive. We can't wait for next time. Less
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