Seven Seas Explorer Review

Lots of Good Things but Also Some Shockers

Review for the Eastern Mediterranean Cruise on Seven Seas Explorer
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10+ Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Nov 2016
Cabin: Superior Suite

The biggest asset Regent have are their staff.

The suites are well designed, larger but why no chair other than a desk chair and the couch is poor. The bathroom/ shower is excellent.

The Veranda restaurant has a lot more space outside and the chairs are much improved. The tables are already getting chipped. The Speciality restaurants, Prime 7 , Chatreuse, and Pacific Rim are good although some a little inconsistent.

Cabin Review

Superior Suite

Cabin F1

Port Reviews


slightly out of season with many shops shut but gained an impression of the town

Athens (Piraeus)

we had been before but in the height of the season. In November much better, less people and easy to walk around. most impressive


Sorrento is a special place. Superb guide, most helpful

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