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Seven Seas Voyager Review

4.5 / 5.0
323 reviews

Old ship needing attention - not 5*

Review for South America Cruise on Seven Seas Voyager
Ann LE
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Mar 2023

Chosen because of itinerary. We usually cruise with Seabourn. The ship is showing its age especially in the bathroom which was dark and shabby. I am sure the newer ships are better. Our CD was ineffectual and did not interact with passegers. There were no activities on deck although the weather was perfect. Ghastly white mattresses on sunbeds made it look like a sanatorium. The included tours which we chose were not of a high standard. Guest speaker very dull and guest comedian very poor. I would choose Regent again depending on itinerary but would not choose Voyager again. The biggest let down was the CD. A good CD can make or break a cruise experience and this one and his wife, I believe returned from retirement to take up the position. All in all we were disappointed with many, but not all, aspects of thus cruise. Voyager should be sold as it let's down the rest of the fleet.

Cabin Review

Bathroom old and dark.

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