Seven Seas Voyager Review

Disappointing Experience Aboard the Regent Voyager

Review for the Western Mediterranean Cruise on Seven Seas Voyager
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First Time Cruiser • Age 20s

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Sail Date: Apr 2024

I recently embarked on a voyage from Lisbon to Barcelona aboard the Regent Voyager, and unfortunately, my experience left much to be desired. While the staff aboard the ship were undeniably friendly and attentive, the overall condition of the vessel and the handling of unexpected situations left a lot to be desired.

Let's start with the accommodations. My wife and I stayed in a suite on the 8th floor, and to put it bluntly, it was cramped. The room was so small that my wife constantly found herself bumping into the walls when moving around. The state of the room was disheartening - dirty carpets with patches of newer replacements, greasy spots on the ceiling, ripped and dirty bed skirt, sofa, chair, and curtains- old. It was evident that the entire room was in need of renovation; even the dated table lamps and drab curtains added to the overall feeling of neglect. The bathroom was equally disappointing, small and showing signs of age.

Moving on to the dining experience, while the quality of the food was acceptable, the portion sizes left much to be desired. Ridiculously small servings, such as a scoop of ice cream the size of a tablespoon, left us feeling unsatisfied. Furthermore, the lack of adequate supplies in the cabin's bathroom, such as small toilet paper rolls without spares, necessitated daily requests for replacements.

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