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Seven Seas Voyager Review

4.5 / 5.0
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290 reviews
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One of the best if not the best voyage we have taken.

Review for Seven Seas Voyager to the British Isles & Western Europe
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kennicott
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Aug 2013
Cabin: Penthouse Suite

After 20 years of cruising we discovered Regent in 2010. We are going on 100 days of voyaging with them now. This Baltic and circumnavigation of the British Isle cruise we just completed was outstanding. We had been cruising exclusively with Princess and HAL prior to that. We toyed with the idea of giving Silver Seas a shot but received a hint that their quality was on the ebb, the debacle on the Silver Shadow in Southeast Alaska this summer confirmed that. Of Regent's three ships, we like the Voyager the best.

We have never had a cruise that we didn't enjoy, although, as with anything in life, there was an occasional blemish. We prefer the longer excursion type voyages, three weeks or more. The longest was on the Prinsendam for almost three months. In May 2010 we happened upon Regent. Haven't really looked back since, I hardly even gloss others brochures and offers anymore. My wife discovered the first one, on the Navigator. She really likes the absence of nickel and dimeing.

For me Regent stands out in these areas:

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Penthouse Suite

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Quality and size of suites: The size of their D thru H suites are almost unsurpassed. They have walk in closets that serve as dressing rooms, the bathrooms have walk in showers in addition to a separate large bathtub, on this recent cruise we had four large suitcases but only used about 35% of the drawers, hangars and cupboards, although these suite categories are smaller on the Mariner than on the Voyager and Navigator the Mariner does have extra large Penthouse suites. Our suites have always been very quiet, and unlike other lines the absence of occasional sewage odors, when on the balcony, is appreciated.

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