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Regent Seven Seas Voyager

Seven Seas Voyager

Following closely in the wake of the Seven Seas Mariner, the new 700-guest Seven Seas Voyager is the world's second all-suite, all-balcony ship and the second to feature a restaurant operated by Le Cordon Bleu® of Paris. There are four main dining venues, surprising for a ship of her size. The Voyager also features some of the highest space and service ratios at sea, and her suites are the largest "lead-in" suites in the industry.

Seven Seas Voyager Facts
Date Launched: 03/2003

Registry: Bahamas

Officers: European

Crew: 447, European/International

Gross Tons: 46,000

Passenger Deck: 9

Length (ft.): 670 ft

Beam (ft.): 94.5 ft

Passengers: 700

Cruising Speed: 20 Knots

Stability Rating: Excellent

Dinner Seatings:

Cuisine: International

Dress Code: Traditional

Room Service: Yes


Outdoor Pools: 1

Indoor Pools: 0

Jacuzzis: 2

Fitness Center: Yes

Spa: Yes

Beauty Salon: Yes

Showroom: Yes

Bars/Lounges: Yes

Casino: Yes

Shops: Yes

Library: Yes

Child Program: On Select Sailings

Self-service Laundry:


Suites: All Suites 88 with Butler Service

Outside Doubles: 0

Inside Doubles: 0

Singles Cabins: 0

Singles Surcharge: 200%

Verandah Cabins: 0

Regent Seven Seas Voyager Activities

With one of the highest space ratios at sea, Seven Seas Voyager offers an unusual array of pleasurable pastimes - including some activities rarely available even in the finest resorts on land. Contract Bridge, for example, complimentary computer classes, art auctions and classes in ballroom dancing. However, to do or not to do is up to you.

On each voyage, a guest lecturer drawn from the highest ranks of the Diplomatic Service, leading universities or museums presents informal talks or slide shows about the unique places you'll be visiting. Learn about the Incas of Peru on a South America cruise, for example, or a lecture on Renaissance Florence on a voyage around Italy.

Bridge Masters & Computer Classes: Guests who prefer to take a cyberpath to enlightenment will find at least 14 computers in the, 4 computers in the Internet Caf?, and both color and laser printers, all available for a nominal charge. Free computer classes include Introduction to E-mail and Advanced Word Processing and Digital Photography may also be available. Or if bridge is your game, a certified Master Bridge instructor can teach you the fine art of contract or duplicate bridge in the card room.

Le Cordon Bleu? Workshops: Our exclusive Le Cordon Bleu Class Culinaire is available on select sailings, a hands-on experience taught by chefs trained in the Le Cordon Bleu method of classic French cooking. There is a charge of $395 per guest for this exclusive course.

Deck 12 is devoted to sports with golf cages, shuffleboard, paddle tennis and a full-circle jogging track. One flight down, the teak pool deck is one of the most expansive at sea, includes a large heated pool, two whirlpools, table tennis, and a Pool Bar and Grill.

Additional options include art auctions and a library well stocked with books, DVD's and assorted games. There are duty-free boutiques and a Photo Shop with film and camera equipment. And every afternoon, high tea accompanied by fresh scones and other delicacies is served in the Horizon Lounge.

Regent Seven Seas Voyager Dining

here are four open-seating main restaurants plus the Pool Grill - a surprising number for a ship of her size! Waiters recruited from some of the world's finest restaurants and hotels provide our renowned "Above & Beyond" service. A choice of fine, complimentary wine is poured nightly, or a professional sommelier will be pleased to discuss alternatives available for purchase from the Seven Seas Voyager's wine cellar. And if you prefer to dine en suite, you may order selections from the chef's nightly menu during regular dining hours - while the room service menu is available 24 hours a day.

The Seven Seas Voyager's largest restaurant is spacious and absolutely stunning. Tables are arranged so that most guests have a picture window view, and thanks to the handsome etched glass partitions, you'll feel like you're dining in a much more intimate room. Menus include continental specialties as well as vegetarian and spa cuisine.

Enjoy the cuisine of Le Cordon Bleu? of Paris, undoubtedly the most famous cooking school in the world amid the elegant atmosphere of Signatures with its white table lines, burgundy chairs and the soft glow of candlelight. Choose a traditional French specialty such as escargots or canard ? l'orange or select from the Menu du Monde featuring cuisine from around the world, all prepared using the Cordon Bleu method.

This open-galley restaurant features menus that have been artistically developed to celebrate the modern American Palate. From the Great Northwest to California, Texas, Illinois, Florida, New York and even Hawaii, Latitudes combines the finest regional wines and specialties paired with carefully selected music. A most unique and memorable dining experience!

The festive La Veranda is filled with the light-hearted bonhomie you might find in a small trattoria or French brasserie. Here you can enjoy an enticing mix of Mediterranean cuisine with a North African influence. Stuffed aubergines, for example, or Lamb Tagine with dried Figs and Almonds. La Veranda is also the venue for elaborate breakfast and lunch buffets in a more casual atmosphere.

Regent Seven Seas Voyager Entertainment

Seven Seas Voyager will also have a sumptuously appointed spa under the aegis of Judith Jackson, one of the world's leading practitioners of aromatherapy and other health promoting regimens.

Our Club Mariner Youth Program on selected summer voyages, butler service in 88 suites and a host of other amenities weren't even on the drawing boards just a few years ago. Come discover more delightful and exciting surprises as luxury goes exploring aboard the Seven Seas Voyager.

In the Constellation Theater, an expectant hush gives way to applause as the curtain opens on a spectacular performance. Dazzling Broadway musical revues are presented the state-of-the-art, two-tiered show lounge with its full-size proscenium stage. The dynamic production shows including Oh, What a Night, Broadway Today and On a Classical Note were created by renowned producer Peter Grey Terhune.

In the mood to gamble? Drop by the elegantly appointed Casino, where croupiers deal the cards and announce the plays with a savior-faire that would make James Bond green with envy. Gaming choices include blackjack, mini-craps, roulette, video poker, and slot machines.

In the Voyager Lounge, happy groups gather around the bar for a pre-dinner cocktail as the obliging pianoman renders faithful versions of your favorite songs. It's only a few steps to the Compass Rose Restaurant, so you may well linger awhile. Oh, yes, we didn't forget about the dancing. Make your way back to the stunning Horizon Lounge where a dance floor in the shape of a three-quarter moon overlooks the sea.

Settle into a comfortable English club chair in the Connoisseur Club, and light up a hand-rolled cigar from the climate-controlled humidor. Or watch for falling stars in the romantic Observation Lounge accompanied by the grand piano or, perhaps, a cabaret artist.

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