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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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Sail Date: Nov 2007
Cabin: Deluxe Suite

We boarded the Voyager in Monte Carlo on November 3 and disembarked in Ft. Lauderdale on November 19. Our sixteen day journey included port stops in Barcelona (overnight), Valencia, Malaga, Casablanca, Agadir, Lanzarote (Canary Islands) and Funchal (Island of Madeira) and eight nights crossing the Atlantic Ocean on the southern route. The seas were moderate throughout most of our sixteen day journey. On only one night the show was canceled out of concern for the dancers' safety. And on that night I didn't think the ship rocked much at all. The temperatures ranged from the upper fifties in the evenings to the mid-seventies during the daytime. We experienced only one significant period of rainfall during the crossing; so the weather was near perfection.

The ship was fully booked for both segments. On the Grand Crossing, ninety-five percent of the passengers were Regent repeaters, a testament to the quality of the Regent product and the importance of customer satisfaction in the luxury cruise segment of the cruise industry.

The ship was in excellent condition. Our cabin on deck six was in great shape. The oh-so comfortable bed and luxurious linens made sleeping easy. We loved being on deck six because it was an easy walk to everything happening on the ship except the activities on deck eleven.

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