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Seven Seas Voyager Review

4.5 / 5.0
Editor Rating
296 reviews
49 Awards

Short cruise in luxury

Review for Seven Seas Voyager to Australia & New Zealand
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realisticus1
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Additional details

Sail Date: Mar 2018
Cabin:
Sofitel Hotel in Auckland, stayed 2 nights prior to cruise
Yacht Harbour Auckland
Theatre on RSS Voyager
Shops on Voyager
lounge on ship
Chartruese french restaurant on ship
Menu Chartreuse
Prime 7 restaurant
Prime 7 menu
Our cabin
Walk in wardrobe our cabin
Part of the bathroom, there was a bath as well on the RHS of the vanity
Bathroom products
Departing Auckland
Bay of Islands, Treaty grounds
Arriving in Sydney harbour
Sydney Harbour Bridge taken on RSS Voyager

Background and Hotel information

This cruise was rather a short one for us. We received an email from a travel agent with a fantastic sampler package flight to Auckland, transfers from airport and to port, a two-night stay at the Sofitel, then embarking the Regent Seven Seas Voyager on day three.

In our opinion this package was relatively good value and an opportunity to experience a 5 plus star luxury ship and a 5-star hotel in one package.

Cabin Review

As indicated above we had a concierge balcony cabin midship on deck 8. Cabin overall was in very good condition, bed was very comfortable, pillows firm for great neck support, large cabinets with glass doors, fully stocked bar, coffee maker, fruit. French champagne on arrival, was a nice touch indeed.

Bathroom was huge, big bath, huge shower marble twin vanity unit, L’Occitane products. Huge walk in wardrobe, safe, sofa and large table with marble top in bedroom, medium sized balcony with quality chairs and medium size table. Huge elegant room with the “works”!

Port Reviews

Auckland

Has developed into a modern and energetic city with beautiful yacht harbour and trendy cafes and restaurants

Sydney (Australia)

We docked in Sydney, we have departed Sydney and disembarked at Circular Quay many times, best harbour in the world, and we have been to most.

We did dock at White Bay to disembark, not suitable for cruise ships at all.

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