Seven Seas Voyager Review

Antarctica fabulous but Regent has declined

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6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Feb 2024
Cabin: Deluxe Suite

Loved seeing antarctica. we booked as former fans of regent after 5 previous trips. The voyager is a nice boat with fun circular pool bar where we have enjoyed meeting many friends on past trips. however, the boat is looking somewhat shabby and needs a rehab to put it back to 5 star status. while the staff people are great, they seemed stressed/training mode now, from what we observed (lack of human resources? supply chain issues?). the restaurants are not great at all. i used to brag to friends about eating lobster tails every night on regent, but that menu choice is now half the size and dried out each time we tried it. our “sirloin steak” at compass rose was a 3”x3” square of mystery meat…and the “jumbo shrimp cocktail” once consisted of three teeny little salad shrimp. you have to get in to the small prime seven restaurant to get a decent steak…the porterhouse was lovely…much like a regular steak used to be in the main restaurants.

Internet was terrible…many days had no outgoing messages possible, and no receipt of our newspaper.

Worst of all were the flight connections booked by regent, which will deter us from using them to book flights ever again. they booked 1 hour flight connections for us, which we tried to changed but were denied. this happened to us on our previous regent trip…1 hour flight connections are not sufficient. So - for a second time - we missed our connection and in this case had a 24 lay-over in miami and regent refused to pay for our hotel and transport cost.

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