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Seven Seas Voyager Review

4.5 / 5.0
323 reviews

Revisited Regent Voyager - Superb

Review for the Middle East Cruise on Seven Seas Voyager
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Nov 2013

We have just returned from a superb holiday on Seven Seas Voyager doing their Red Sea Odyssey and have to say the staff and service were again excellent, attentive and charming . We were treated royally. We were on Seven Seas Voyager in September and were very impressed that is why we have booked again so quickly. To summarise, there are some cruise lines that will do the least they can get away with, whilst Regent do the most they possibly can do to cater for their guests. There is service and then there is the Regent standard of service. The staff on board Seven Seas Voyager are exceptional. The best way to describe the situation it is like a big happy family. Everyone works and pulls together as a team. Every member of staff is charming, attentive and the bottom line is they couldn’t do enough for you. They are approachable, helpful, thoughtful and conscientious. As some other guests commented over dinner about the staff, there are some really nice, genuine people on board who we feel that we have known for a long time. We love the extra small touches and attention to detail. To sum up when you review what you get with Regent all inclusive package, it is exceptionally good value for the money. A large choice of superior excursions which is where you are not jammed packed like sardines on to average buses. First class food and beverage. None of this inferior ten times the price supermarket wine and boil in the bag food. Exceptional entertainment throughout the day and night both externally and in your state of the art interactive TV with free 150 films and more. None of this constant 15% service charge and mandatory daily tip. And most important a suite which is spacious and comfortable with a bathroom with a proper bath and not a don’t turn around wraparound shower curtain and dribble some cruise liners call a shower. Regent pay and look after their staff better hence the guests receive enhanced quality service. The only decision now to make is where to next. We were really enthralled again and look forward to our next cruise on Regent.

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