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Seven Seas Voyager

Now an even more exciting cruise experience

Regent Seven Seas Cruises' all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Voyager set sail on her maiden cruise from Monaco on April 2, 2003, following a christening ceremony attended by Crown Prince Albert of Monaco.

Today, following a a bow-to-stern upgrade in November 2016,  the ship has a luxurious new décor and boasts the same elegant style and indisputable attention to detail featured on the new flagship, Seven Seas Explorer.

Seven Seas Voyager joined Seven Seas Navigator as the second ship to receive this stylish new update to the public spaces and suites.

Seven Seas Voyager of Regent Seven Seas Cruises

“Our fleet-wide renovation brings a new level of elegance to the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet,” said Jason Montague, president of Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

“The minute I stepped on the newly refurbished Seven Seas Voyager, I was blown away by the luxurious décor and intricate design details.  This ship looks unequivocally better today than the day it was delivered from the shipyard, and exquisitely represents the continued evolution of the Regent Seven Seas Cruises brand.”
While the shipboard enhancements extend from bow-to-stern, some of the more notable renovations include:

  • Penthouse, Concierge and Deluxe Suites: The largest collection of suites onboard the ship received a contemporary design that helps accentuate the spaciousness of the suites.
  • Compass Rose: The ship’s flagship restaurant received a stunning new look with grand crystal chandeliers, rich wooden accents and celestial blue furnishings. The restaurant features a completely new menu that offers guests an unprecedented level of personal customisation and choice, making it essentially the largest speciality restaurant at sea.
  • Chartreuse: Already a guest favourite on Seven Seas Explorer, Chartreuse made its debut on Seven Seas Voyager as part of the ship’s refurbishment.  The restaurant features new furnishings, china, flooring and décor elements inspired by the Chartreuse on Seven Seas Explorer, along with a completely new menu.
  • La Veranda: La Veranda will feature a fresh and airy design with light grey coloured flooring and accent walls which accentuate the natural light coming from the restaurant’s floor-to-ceiling windows. In a major structural change, the buffet is now open to both sides of the restaurant and features a new cook-to-order grill station.
  • Pool Grill: The outdoor eating area offers a new infrared barbeque grill, so chefs can prepare savoury barbeque specialties such as steaks, chops, lamb and salmon on the open deck
  • Voyager Lounge: The marquee lounge features a beautiful new design that was inspired by a modern interpretation of a French cabaret.  A timelessly elegant décor with large champagne-coloured chandeliers cascading down over crimson coloured loveseats along a wall of oversized windows provides guests with the perfect locale to enjoy live nightly musical entertainment.
  • Areas also touched during the refurbishment of Seven Seas Voyager included the Reception Area, Coffee Connection, Connoisseur Lounge, Card Room, boutiques, casino and the Canyon Ranch SpaClub. In addition to the physical enhancements, the ship comes out of dry dock with five new astonishing production shows.

    On Seven Seas Voyager you will experience

  • All-suite, all-balcony accommodations for 700 guests
  • Suites range in size from 356 to 1,403 sq. ft., including balcony
  • All-inclusive beverage program including soft drinks, hot beverages and select wines and spirits served throughout the ship
  • Single, open-seating dining
  • Four dining venues to choose from including Signatures Restaurant, dedicated to Le Cordon Bleu® cuisine, and Prime 7, a contemporary interpretation of a classic American steakhouse
  • All onboard gratuities included
  • Complimentary 24-hour room service
  • Seven Seas Voyager cruises to: Africa and India, Asia and Australia, Caribbean and Mexico, Europe and Mediterranean, Latin America, Russia and Scandinavia, as well as her renowned world cruises.

    Vital statistics

    Operated by Regent Seven Seas Cruises
    Built by T. Mariotti, Genoa, Italy
    Entered service: March 2003
    Refurbished: December 2008, November 2016
    Registered: The Bahamas
    Gross tonnage: 42,362 tons
    Passengers: 700
    Passenger decks: 9
    Lifts: 6
    Crew: 447
    Officers: European
    Cabins: 354
    :: All outside with balcony
    ::6 with wheelchair access
    Length: 670ft
    Width: 94.5ft
    Draught: 23ft
    Engines: Diesel Cruising speed: 20 knots


    One dining room (open seating), three alternative dining venues, one outside swimming pool, casino, fitness centre, sauna, steam room, theatre, night club, library, business centre with internet access

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