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Regent Seven Seas should be ashamed of themselves for calling themselves a luxury line. Food and service were mediocre at best. The buffet breakfasts showed how far they were trying to cut costs. They cut back on fresh fruits, cold meats and cheeses (for the Europeans), breads (that had no taste anyway), and you had to special order a muffin! Dinner menus in the main dining room ... again food was just ok and the service was like John Cleese and Manuel from Fawlty Towers. There was probably more organization in the building of the towers of Babel. No one knew what they were supposed to be doing. In the Italian restaurant in the evening, they asked guests to get their own salads and deserts (why not make their own dinner?); they didn't have a choice of pasta to go with an an entree. The entertainment... if you could call it that... was a joke. That includes the evening entertainment and the quality of the lecturers (who had limited/no qualifications). Also, they offered crocheting (are you serious?) and bean bag toss during the day. The excursions did not always cover the places they listed as highlights on their handouts. It was also an old age home at sea. I would strongly suggest that their senior management should book a week on Crystal to find out what luxury cruising is all about.

Never Again; Fawlty Towers at Sea

Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Review by Jamaican Guy

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Trip Details
  • Sail Date: April 2015
  • Destination: Asia
  • Cabin Type: Deluxe Suite
Regent Seven Seas should be ashamed of themselves for calling themselves a luxury line. Food and service were mediocre at best. The buffet breakfasts showed how far they were trying to cut costs. They cut back on fresh fruits, cold meats and cheeses (for the Europeans), breads (that had no taste anyway), and you had to special order a muffin! Dinner menus in the main dining room ... again food was just ok and the service was like John Cleese and Manuel from Fawlty Towers. There was probably more organization in the building of the towers of Babel. No one knew what they were supposed to be doing. In the Italian restaurant in the evening, they asked guests to get their own salads and deserts (why not make their own dinner?); they didn't have a choice of pasta to go with an an entree.

The entertainment... if you could call it that... was a joke. That includes the evening entertainment and the quality of the lecturers (who had limited/no qualifications). Also, they offered crocheting (are you serious?) and bean bag toss during the day. The excursions did not always cover the places they listed as highlights on their handouts. It was also an old age home at sea. I would strongly suggest that their senior management should book a week on Crystal to find out what luxury cruising is all about.
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Deluxe Suite
Cabin G
This was the only good thing... the large size of the cabins.
Deck 7 Suite Cabins