Wow – this is ultra-luxury all-inclusive cruising. Every suite on board Seven Seas Voyager is a balcony, this offers your everything you could want for your cruise holiday. Although only a small ship, she carries just 700 passengers, the facilities are still in abundance, with four main dining venues, where you can dine whenever, with whomever or wherever you want. Personal service is something that you notice with the 447 crew on board.
Head out on top deck, with a teak promenade that runs around the ship, here you will find the golf nets and games area. Below, the pool deck has a large heated swimming pool, two whirlpools and a table tennis table. Here you will also find a bar and the alfresco grill where you can eat a great selection of freshly cooked meats including burgers. One thing I did notice on board was that there are enough sun loungers for everyone – so there’s no need to get up at 5am to guarantee your lounger, you can stroll up at 11am or 2pm and there will be enough for everyone on board.
There is a gym and of course the jogging track on top deck, seven laps around is equal to one mile. Club.Com is the internet centre to keep in touch with friends and family back home and don’t miss out on the Boutiques where you can pick up souvenirs, clothing, jewellery or perfumes.
I really enjoyed the luxury experience on Regent Seven Seas Cruises, if you would normally get a balcony stateroom on other cruises, just price up what it normally costs you to get off the ship, after you have paid for on board excursions, speciality restaurants, drinks and tips… you will see then that Regent Seven Seas Cruises is excellent value for money for ultra-luxury all-inclusive cruising.