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Seven Seas Grandeur Review

Not for us...

Review for Transatlantic Cruise on Seven Seas Grandeur
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6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Nov 2023
Cabin: Superior Suite

Regent has been on our list for a while so this itinerary seemed perfect for us. The first clue it might not be great was the check-in at Barcelona, the guests seemed very old. I'm guessing the average age was in the 80s, or at least that's how it felt. People just weren't that friendly (unlike the staff) and it seemed to be a who has been on the most Regent cruises competition. The ship was gorgeous, and as mentioned the staff could not do enough for you. Unfortunately, fate played a part, we lost our stop in Funchal due to a pilot's strike and then had 8 or 9 sea days accompanied by 3 storms. Even though this is obviously out of Regent's hands we realised we are not Regent people. The food is fine but nothing like they profess it to be, and the lack of a more casual evening dining option was disappointing. I guess that's why there are so many flavours of cruising with something for everyone.

Cabin Review

Superior Suite

A nice cabin with lots of storage and a gorgeous shower and tub. It was very comfortable with a decent size balcony and great housekeeping.

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