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Seven Seas Voyager Review

4.5 / 5.0
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290 reviews
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Had high expectations, was vastly disappointed

Review for Seven Seas Voyager to the Western Mediterranean
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Travelgrl3
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: May 2019
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This was our first cruise. We chose this because we were told it was a 'luxury" cruise. A 10 day cruise of Mediterranean: Greece, Italy, and a bit of France. First of all Staff: A large number of the staff does not speak English well, we were really shocked by that. And while most are very nice, the restaurant director was a surprisingly rude (his manager was VERY nice), and a couple dealers in the casino were very rude. Food as a whole was mediocre, especially the variety. The Steak restaurant wasn't bad, and the Compass Rose was pretty good, and the buffet on the last night was good. We didn't go to two of our ports due to weather. No really fun fitness classes (spin class one day). I mean, come on! I feel like they cater to the elderly, and while there were a significant amount of folks over the age of 65 onboard, they still need to cater to others under that as well. Don't even get me started on the entertainment. For $25K we expected way more. I honestly can't imagine anyone on the cruise being that impressed to be honest. They should be ashamed of themselves for charging that much, with such mediocrity. Should have done Seabourne

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Port Reviews

Taormina (Messina)

Loved this town, and on our own was great.

Florence (Livorno)

Florence was nice, Pisa is not worth it at all. Photo opt of the Leaning Tower, then leave. Literally should be 10 mins at most.

Rome (Civitavecchia)

Rome is a lot of walking. Should have book a private tour, with just us to avoid lines.

Positano (Amalfi)

Best to do on your own, walk around, shop, see the beach, cafes.

Athens (Piraeus)

It was a good tour bc it covered the Acropolis and Parthenon. Amazing history.

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