Regent Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Reviews

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NOT WHAT I EXPECTED
"The excursions were poorly organized and no one from Regent was anywhere to check.Our bus got lost on one This is not a cruise line I would ever go one..."Read More
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Consider Another Cruise Line First

Review for a Europe - Western Mediterranean Cruise on Seven Seas Voyager

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Reviewer0406
10+ Cruises • Age 40s

We were on the recent ill-fated cruise that had to return to port due to mechanical difficulties. Earlier in the cruise, we had already identified shortcomings in cabin cleaniness, mediocre food, and lame excursions that were very disappointing (we did not travel to that distance to be "treated" to a tour of a golf course, taken to markets but not given any time to shop and told that we couldn't ...
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Sail Date: April 2024


Disappointing Experience Aboard the Regent Voyager

Review for a Europe - Western Mediterranean Cruise on Seven Seas Voyager

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Amoroso
First Time Cruiser • Age 20s

I recently embarked on a voyage from Lisbon to Barcelona aboard the Regent Voyager, and unfortunately, my experience left much to be desired. While the staff aboard the ship were undeniably friendly and attentive, the overall condition of the vessel and the handling of unexpected situations left a lot to be desired. Let's start with the accommodations. My wife and I stayed in a suite on the 8th ...
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Sail Date: April 2024


Disappointing

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Seven Seas Voyager

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Quinta
First Time Cruiser • Age 80s

This was my first time to cruise with Regent and was unimpressed. On the whole the service was good but felt they had a lot of new staff being trained. The suite was a good size, as was the bathroom, separate shower and a full size bath which unfortunately was too narrow to use. The floor leaked and they seemed to have no idea how to rectify it. We eventually had to change suites as ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


Antarctica fabulous but Regent has declined

Review for a South America Cruise on Seven Seas Voyager

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TravelerSD
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

Loved seeing antarctica. we booked as former fans of regent after 5 previous trips. The voyager is a nice boat with fun circular pool bar where we have enjoyed meeting many friends on past trips. however, the boat is looking somewhat shabby and needs a rehab to put it back to 5 star status. while the staff people are great, they seemed stressed/training mode now, from what we observed (lack of ...
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Sail Date: February 2024

Cabin Type: Deluxe Suite


Captain Skips Ports! 'nuf said!

Review for a South America Cruise on Seven Seas Voyager

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OskiBear
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

This captain skips ports. What else can be said about a cruise billed as a voyage to Antarctica and the Falklands Islands but skips the Falklands and cuts out a day in Antarctica. I'm sure most people lined up to pay $$$ to see eight days in a row of the South Atlantic. No? Probably not. I hear there's a line forming onboard to join a class action lawsuit organized by some of the passengers. Rude ...
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Sail Date: February 2024

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Disappointed - missed ports; sleepless nights

Review for a Antarctica Cruise on Seven Seas Voyager

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Rose thyme
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

Chose this cruise as we had wanted to visit the Falkland Islands, and see Antarctica. Was unsure if a true expedition cruise would be too challenging, however, in the end would much have preferred a true expedition experience (with use of Zodiacs, etc). We chose Regent as we had travelled on the Splendor in 2021, and had a positive experience throughout the Mediterranean and trans ...
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Sail Date: January 2024

Cabin Type: Penthouse Suite


Such a Disappointment

Review for a Antarctica Cruise on Seven Seas Voyager

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Aussie Saint
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

My 2nd ever cruise and first on a so-called Prestige Line ship. Voyager as a ship was tired and clearly in need of refurbishment. TV swung from side to side even on a moderate swell giving sleepless nights. Balcony door wouldn't lock. The so-called exclusive toiliteries (shampoo and soap) were of a quality found in cheap motels forcing us to buy from the Spa Shop. The staff servicing the ...
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Sail Date: January 2024

Cabin Type: Deluxe Suite


2 out of 4 ports omitted, gastroenteritis rife

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Seven Seas Voyager

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WTF2024
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

We purchased a cruise package that included flights, 3 days pre-cruise stay in Cape Town then a cruise to Rio stopping at Luderitz and Walvis Bay in Namibia followed by St Helena before ending with a day in Rio. The outbound BA flights were fine. The hotel (Cullinan) in Cape Town was good apart from the dinner on the second night which was below par. All the excursions were excellent, well ...
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Sail Date: January 2024

Cabin Type: Deluxe Suite


Beware!

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Seven Seas Voyager

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ToxM
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

Seasoned Oceania cruisers try out Regent. How did it go? It was an adventure. We are seasoned Oceania cruisers, and seasoned transatlantic cruisers. We booked our own flights and took the transfer from the airport to the Southern Sun and joined the 4 day/3 night precruise. The hotel is fine, in a great location, and the staff could not be nicer. The precruise tour was exceptional, our ...
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Sail Date: January 2024

Cabin Type: Deluxe Suite


Regent SS Met My Expectation.

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Seven Seas Voyager

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pkkl
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

This South Atlantic crossing disembarked at Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Most guests from US, Canada and Australia had endured the nightmare of obtaining the Brazilian visitor visa prior to the cruise. At the last moment the Brazil government postponed the visa requirement due to the mishandling of VFS Global, the Brazil government visa application agent. This was the most talked about topic amongst ...
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Sail Date: January 2024


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