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Seven Seas Explorer Review

5.0 / 5.0
242 reviews

What a great experience

Review for the Baltic Sea Cruise on Seven Seas Explorer
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6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Jul 2019
Cabin: Concierge Suite

Went on Baltic cruise on 22 July 2019. We started at Copenhagen and finished in Stockholm, visiting Rostock, Tallinn, St Petersburg, Helsinki. We have sailed with regent before and with Seabourn. I must say this was our best ever cruise to date. The ship is beautiful with lots of space, well laid out and felt very luxurious. We eat at all of the speciality restaurants which included the Pacific Rim which was not on the Voyager. All were excellent but we felt the Pacific Rim was the beast. It was it was a shame the cruise was only 1 week long and only had one see day to enjoy the ship properly.

All of the staff seemed genuinely happy and were easy to engage and chat with. The service was also excellent. We only once had to be seated for dinner as we wanted a window seat at the Sette Mari (Italian) Restaurant. The head waiter suggested to go to the pool bar, have a drink and he would let us know when the table was ready. After about 20 minutes he personally came and collected us and showed us to our window table

We went to 4 of the shows and all were excellent. All of the singers and dancers could have been on a West End show.

Cabin Review

Concierge Suite

Cabin D

Great cabin and fabulous balcony which had a sunlounger, two reclining chairs and a table.

Port Reviews


Small group tour. Good guide interesting

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