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Seven Seas Explorer Review

5.0 / 5.0
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Review for Seven Seas Explorer to Transatlantic
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Nov 2019

Just completed 2 b2b cruises, last one being a transatlantic.

In good conscience, I will have to give the Explorer 4 stars. It is a pretty ship, although with some jarring and too glitzy decor. The much touted “art” looks like something purchased by the yard in a warehouse. Some very nice art glass pieces in various locations. Many comfortable lounges and places to relax.

The staff is very good, the personalized service not so much. After 24 days, only our cabin steward seemed to address us by name. The dining manager in Seti Mari ( where we ate at least 10 times) never had a smile or even pretended to have seen us before. The venue isn’t that big and it seemed odd. Not that big of a deal. One can’t expect overworked crew members to remember names, their job is difficult enough. Everyone did have a smile and hello.

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