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20 Night Asia Cruise from Bangkok

20 Night Asia Cruise from Bangkok

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Itinerary

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  • Day 1
    Bangkok (Laem Chabang)
  • Day 2
    Koh Samui
  • Day 3
    Cruising
  • Day 4
    Singapore
  • Day 5
    Kelang (Kuala Lumpur)
  • Day 6
    Penang
  • Day 7
    Phuket
  • Day 8
    Sabang
  • Day 9
    Cruising
  • Day 10
    Bay of Bengal
  • Day 11
    Colombo
  • Day 12
    Kochi (Cochin)
  • Day 13
    Mangalore
  • Day 14
    Mormugao (Goa)
  • Day 15
    Mumbai (Bombay)
  • Day 16
    Mumbai (Bombay)
  • Day 17
    Cruising
  • Day 18
    Cruising
  • Day 19
    Muscat
  • Day 20
    Dubai
  • Day 21
    Abu Dhabi

Seven Seas Voyager

Seven Seas Voyager - Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Pros

All-suite, all-balcony luxury ship with contemporary look and inclusive fares

Cons

Fares are quite high, especially if you don't take advantage of included drinks and tours

Bottom Line

Once you're onboard, it's a luxurious, carefree vacation


Cruise Reviews

Just returned from the Rome to Athens cruise on the Voyager. Four of us chose this cruise to celebrate two 60th Birthdays. We had Penthouse C cabins on the 8th Deck which were beautiful and our Butler, Bish, was outstanding and so ... Read More
Just returned from the Rome to Athens cruise on the Voyager. Four of us chose this cruise to celebrate two 60th Birthdays. We had Penthouse C cabins on the 8th Deck which were beautiful and our Butler, Bish, was outstanding and so attentive! We ate at all of the dining venues with Prime 7 and Compass Rose being our favorites although they were all outstanding. (I was very confused about a previous horrible review that stated baseball caps & shorts being worn everywhere after 6:00 pm - this was not in evidence at all on this cruise.) We did experience some rough seas which resulted in an alternative port being selected over one of the scheduled stops as the seas were too rough to take tenders in to the original port. We were very impressed with how fast they were able to come up with alternative shore excursions and we loved the one we chose (Sorrento: beautiful views, shopping, & pizza!). The tours were all very organized and impressive. Malta and Santorini were amazing. Overall, customer service was excellent, particularly in the restaurants and destination services desk. The pre-cruise hotel in Rome (Westin Excelsior) was very nice and in a very safe area (right next to the American Embassy!). Our rooms were beautiful and the Concierge Desk was extremely helpful in setting us up with a private car & driver. The only disappointment were the shows. Although they were entertaining, the level of performance was just average. The one exception was the show on the final evening call Crew Capers. This was outstanding and some of the crew members have serious talent! We had a wonderful time on this trip and are already looking to book another cruise in a couple years!! Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
This was our third cruise with Regent and the start of the recent television series in the UK on the ‘Explorer’ had put us in the mood for a luxurious break. We flew from LHR with BA which was fine, and our private transfer was ... Read More
This was our third cruise with Regent and the start of the recent television series in the UK on the ‘Explorer’ had put us in the mood for a luxurious break. We flew from LHR with BA which was fine, and our private transfer was waiting, all good. We were in a Concierge level suite so we had the free previous night’s accommodation included - and the ‘meet and greet’ at the hotel was well organised. While we could understand why Regent use the Divani Caravel Hotel from the point of view of the easy handling of a large number of cruise guests, 5 star it certainly wasn’t, particularly our room, which was small with old and scruffy furniture. The rooftop pool was good though, and you could see the Acropolis in the distance. Given Regent’s sales pitch, we would have expected a better hotel nearer the centre of the city. We were transferred to the ship by coach and the embarkation process was very quick, with helpful agents. Our suite was fine, very comfortable bed, everything worked - except the door to the balcony which we had to get an engineer to fix it so that my wife could open it – you would think the room steward might have spotted it first. Most of the staff were generally friendly and competent; the one exception were the barmen - they had clearly not seen the TV programme which says that ‘no’ is not an option. It’s a real first world problem, but if you want French dry rose wine to drink, to be offered Pino Grigio because the barman can’t be bothered to go and get the wine you want is not the way to go. Food in Compass Rose was excellent, and much better than we remember, but we can’t say the same for the buffet in Sette Mari. Keeping meat dishes hot seemed to be a problem, and flies dive-bombing the various cold dishes was quite common. The other new introduction for us was an evening barbecue on the deck in the middle of the cruise, and also a buffet on the last night. We were not impressed by either. We ate at both specialty restaurants, Chartreuse was really excellent, unfortunately Prime 7 was not and left a lot to be desired in all areas - decor (it’s so brown), very, very slow service and poor food quality. We had to ask several times to speak to the Maitre’D and his response when we managed to speak to him was poor. Even the table next to us hosted by the social host was suffering, she must have been very embarrassed - it needs a serious review. The ‘free’ tours we did were good, Istanbul particularly, though one or two of the stops did not really have much to offer. We saw some of the evening shows in the excellent theatre although content was standard cruise ship fare, but probably appropriate for the audience. The sea day was a disappointment, very few activities – you would think they could run another quiz at least. Our perception was that most of the passengers were Brits or Europeans, and the average age was 50/60. Talking with other guests it was clear that most of them restricted their cruising to the 6 Star lines, and that meant that they were less aware of some of the more ‘standard’ cruise lines suite offers – which in our view are better in many ways, particularly on facilities and service levels. We have been on over 70 cruises, on a variety of lines - Regent is not cheap, and in our view does not always deliver the 6 Star offer it should. Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
While we're relatively experienced cruisers (over 200 days on Silversea, 50 on Seabourn) this was only our second Regent trip. On the previous one, Seven Seas Navigator, we loved the relative informality and the quality of the ... Read More
While we're relatively experienced cruisers (over 200 days on Silversea, 50 on Seabourn) this was only our second Regent trip. On the previous one, Seven Seas Navigator, we loved the relative informality and the quality of the F&B, but were not too impressed by the ship, so were looking forward to experiencing the Seven Seas Voyager. Overall, this trip warranted a "Good" rating, and we generally enjoyed it. Embarkation was efficient and timely. The Cabin (Veranda on Deck 7 Midships) met our expectations for the category, although the veranda itself would have benefited from a good clean and repaint.The shore excursions were generally very good, the organisation of disembarkation for the excursions was excellent, and the quality of food and wines was also good to very good. Unfortunately, though, this trip was let down by staff attitude. This was not universal by any means, but too often we encountered a patronising attitude, which at times made us feel that we were being a nuisance. This was exemplified on our only visit to the Compass Rose, where the attitude of both the waiter (think plates being placed quite forcefully on the table, rolling eyes) and the wine waiter (who tried hard to convince us that a standard Valpolicella was the same as a Valpolicella Ripasso) were so poor that we did not return, choosing instead to dine at the alternative venues. Having said that, the staff in Chartreuse and Prime 7 - where we managed to dine several times - were very good indeed, as were Setti Mare. The Pool Grill staff were acceptable, but lacked the finesse expected on a Regent cruise. There also seemed to be frequent problems with the coffee machines at the Coffee Corner, which led to queues at the service counter. We were also very disappointed to find, on four separate days, that we'd been supplied with bath towels which were worn into holes and/or frayed. After the fourth occurrence, I mentioned this to the Reception staff, and in fairness it did not happen again. The point, however, is that with a company such as Regent which claims "luxury" status, it should not have happened at all. The "acid test" is whether we would take another Regent cruise, and the answer is yes, we would, given the right itinerary. However, there were unfortunately too many small negatives to make Regent our first choice. Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
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