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Seven Seas Voyager Review

4.5 / 5.0
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290 reviews
49 Awards

Six Star Marketing, 3 Star Delivery

Review for Seven Seas Voyager to the Eastern Mediterranean
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Nickcockett
10+ Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Jul 2019
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Traveled with children

Family vacation with our two teen sons. Firstly we booked a 15 night cruise with Regent at no time did they tell us that the cruise was two bolted together. Beware this seems perfectly normal and somewhat shady. The net effect is that entertainment and menus repeat for both weeks... I think this is very unfair and should be addressed and I would advise people to check prior to booking unless you dont mind having a mirror image of the first part of the cruise in your second week.

Ship: First time on Seven Seas and was bursting with excitement. I found the ship to be boring to be honest lacking the distinction and a personality I was expecting from Regent. Everything seems underwhelming not pretty and basic fit out

Cabin: Best part of the ship nicely appointed decent size room and bathroom, balcony was a bit cramped to move around on but useable. Bed was very comfy.

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Port Reviews

Ravenna (Bologna)

Just a big commerical port. Very poor choice

Split

Lovely port great to explore

Dubrovnik

Who doesn't like this place

Corfu

Seems to have fallen into disrepair what a shame wouldn't rush back

Sorrento

On our own Taxi great location and would avoid Regents but tours

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