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We choose this cruise because we could not refuse the offer made by our TA. Regent wanted or needed to fill the boat I guess. It was and still is until today our first ans only cruise. Compass Rose dinner only MDR was great, excellent food wine and service. Prime Seven, a steak house restaurant, was very good as well but could go only once... The Signature French restaurant was amazing, Maitre D and staff were giving a solid show of French fine dinning and service. Siete Mari the Italian venue at night was great, same place was open for breakfast and sometimes for lunch. We had crazy Indian summer during all cruise, not even the Russians in St Petersburg could believe to have such a good weather by end of September. The fellow passengers aboard the Voyager are mostly retired Americans, some Australians, South Americans and very few Europeans like us... We are in our mid 40s so we were one of the youngest couple aboard. Entertainment was of no interest to me. There was some nice live music at one of the bars, few, very few people attended the late live music every night when at sea. Included excursions were fine, not always available, being free most were over booked. What we loved: the fine food, the all included food and drinks, the complements drinks, bottle of Bombay Saphire and beers in our cabin, afternoon tea, breakfast in cabin, the small casino, nice crew, well maintained ship. What we did not like much: La terraza grill for lunch service was a bit chaotic, food was okay. Entertainment was not to my taste and too early (like 21:00 every night). The visited port were a big part of what we enjoyed, Copenhagen that we visited the day prior sailing, St Petersbug, Helsinki, Stockholm etc. great cities and fabulous history. It was a great cruise at a great fare, not sure yet if we are ready to spend the full price for an other trip with Regent, I'll tell you that after our second cruise in October 2016 at the Panama Canal with an other no luxury cruise line...

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Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Review by Beauxyeux

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Trip Details
  • Sail Date: September 2015
  • Destination: Baltic Sea
  • Cabin Type: Penthouse Suite
We choose this cruise because we could not refuse the offer made by our TA. Regent wanted or needed to fill the boat I guess.

It was and still is until today our first ans only cruise.

Compass Rose dinner only MDR was great, excellent food wine and service.

Prime Seven, a steak house restaurant, was very good as well but could go only once...

The Signature French restaurant was amazing, Maitre D and staff were giving a solid show of French fine dinning and service.

Siete Mari the Italian venue at night was great, same place was open for breakfast and sometimes for lunch.

We had crazy Indian summer during all cruise, not even the Russians in St Petersburg could believe to have such a good weather by end of September.

The fellow passengers aboard the Voyager are mostly retired Americans, some Australians, South Americans and very few Europeans like us... We are in our mid 40s so we were one of the youngest couple aboard.

Entertainment was of no interest to me.

There was some nice live music at one of the bars, few, very few people attended the late live music every night when at sea.

Included excursions were fine, not always available, being free most were over booked.

What we loved: the fine food, the all included food and drinks, the complements drinks, bottle of Bombay Saphire and beers in our cabin, afternoon tea, breakfast in cabin, the small casino, nice crew, well maintained ship.

What we did not like much: La terraza grill for lunch service was a bit chaotic, food was okay. Entertainment was not to my taste and too early (like 21:00 every night).

The visited port were a big part of what we enjoyed, Copenhagen that we visited the day prior sailing, St Petersbug, Helsinki, Stockholm etc. great cities and fabulous history.

It was a great cruise at a great fare, not sure yet if we are ready to spend the full price for an other trip with Regent, I'll tell you that after our second cruise in October 2016 at the Panama Canal with an other no luxury cruise line...
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Penthouse Suite
Cabin B 662
I'm no expert but even for a suite thought it was a bit small, bathroom with italian shower and tub, large closet and nice balcony on the port side. Bed was excellent and Glen made everything possible so we could have a dream cruise.
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