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Seven Seas Voyager Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Seven Seas Voyager - Trans-Atlantic

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Dwelsh
First Time Cruiser • Age 90s

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Sail Date: Nov 2005
Cabin: Penthouse Suite

When you plan a cruise, as we did, 6 months ahead of time there is a great deal of anticipation as we read and reread the brochure and garner as much information as we can about the ship, the line and the ports of call.

When we received a brochure in the mail about a transatlantic crossing on the Radisson Seven Seas Voyager; we immediately decided that, based on all we read about the ship, our previous experience on the RSSC Song of Flower and our enjoyment of a similar journey last year on the Star Princess, to book the trip.

We used RSSC air transportation from Los Angels to Nice, France. The efficiency and service we were to receive on board was well illustrated when our connecting flight from Chicago to Frankfurt was delayed for 4 hours. We contacted RSSC by cell phone, told them of our problem. Within a short time they returned our call with the information that a new connecting flight had been booked and that their agent in Nice had been notified of our late arrival.

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