Seven Seas Voyager Review

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Review for the Western Mediterranean Cruise on Seven Seas Voyager
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Sail Date: Apr 2024

We were on the recent ill-fated cruise that had to return to port due to mechanical difficulties. Earlier in the cruise, we had already identified shortcomings in cabin cleaniness, mediocre food, and lame excursions that were very disappointing (we did not travel to that distance to be "treated" to a tour of a golf course, taken to markets but not given any time to shop and told that we couldn't enter an area near a building because Regent hadn't paid for our access); however, being stuck on a disabled ship without regular updates and assistance was untenable. We've cruised on Regent previously and it was painfully apparent that Regent has declined post-COVID. The crew is poorly trained to handle unusual circumstances and was not able to handle the throngs of very upset passengers.The company's luxury brand "promise" and premium price point do not correlate to what was a dismal passenger experience. We'll avoid Regent in the future.

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