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Seven Seas Explorer Review

5.0 / 5.0
Editor Rating
215 reviews
31 Awards

Wonderful first RSSC and will book another one

Review for Seven Seas Explorer to the Western Mediterranean
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First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Apr 2017
Cabin: Concierge Suite

My wife and I have just returned from a wonderful Mediterranean cruise on the RSS Explorer, it certainly lived up to all expectations and even surpassed some.

The suite we had chosen (Concierge) was perfect, very comfortable bed, good sized suite with an exceptional balcony, lovely bathroom nice amenities and a perfect walk in closet and a well-stocked mini-bar, enjoying my G&T on the balcony each evening.

Dining on board was a delight, we dined at all the restaurants on board, our favourites were Sette Mari at La Veranda and Prime7 and overall we had wonderful meals at every restaurant we dined at with lovely wines. I also liked very much the fact that as with some lines they have formal nights (Black Tie) with RSSC it is smart casual.

Cabin Review

Concierge Suite

Cabin E

The Concierge suite was perfect, very comfortable bed with nice linens and pillows, and an exceptional balcony area. There is a lovely bathroom (especially the shower) nice amenities and a perfect walk in closet with plenty of hangers and loads of draws for storage. The plugs in the suite have connections for your USB so there is no need for an adaptor. There is a very good media resource, showing news channels (Incl. BBC World & Sky news) the daily programme, excursions and movies. Suite 870 is ideally situated, not far from the stairs/lifts and near the laundrette facility where there are free washing machines, dryers and an ironing provision. We were assigned two very friendly room stewards from the Philippines, who acknowledged us at every opportunity.

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Nice town

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