Seven Seas Voyager

Seven Seas Voyager is a trailblazer when it comes to all-inclusive luxury. This ship exceeds expectations in service, amenities, and accommodations – and it sets a precedent for all ships to follow in terms of grandeur in public gathering areas. Regent Seven Seas CEO and Chairman says that Voyager, and all of the companies’ ships, are “not for those who aspire…for those who have arrived.” Read up on Seven Seas Voyager and then consider experiencing the exclusive luxury for yourself.

The Ship

Voyager embodies luxury at every level and in every way. She’s an intimate vessel that holds just 700 passengers and she provides and atmosphere that’s like an members-only social club. Seven Seas Voyager boasts a dramatic renovated interior and beautifully refreshed decks.  She’s filled with stunning furnishings, hand-selected accents, and rich fabrics that are unmatched on other cruise ships. Gorgeous milled carpeting takes you from one room to the next, and a gracious staff is ready at every turn to pamper and serve you (Voyager’s staff even remembers most cruisers’ names).


You have many dining choices available to you on Seven Seas Voyager, from casual cafes to ultra-high end eateries. At Coffee Connection, a popular quick-meal type restaurant, you can grab a coffee or tea along with a to-go snack to take with you on your many shore excursions. Upscale venues like Compass Rose and La Veranda are where diners go for sit-down lunches and dinners (with many vegetarian items on the menu). This is only a small sample of the dining options you’ll find on Voyager.

Bars and Clubs

If you want to linger with a drink when you’re sailing Seven Seas Voyager, or let loose and do a little dancing, head to one of the ship’s bars or clubs. The Connoisseur Club is a great place to relax with a rare vintage cognac in hand. Horizon Lounge is where passengers love to go for socializing and sipping after-dinner cocktails. If you want to luxuriate with a drink while watching gorgeous views outside, head to the Observation Lounge.


When you sail Seven Seas Voyager, you have plenty of activities to keep you busy. Outside, you can rest on a beautiful wood teak deck (one of the most expansive wood decks at sea) or take a dip in a large heated pool (or two whirlpools). Indoors, the Constellation Theater presents full-scale musicals, cabaret performances, and Cirque-type shows for your enjoyment. There’s a Canyon Ranch SpaClub to visit, a fitness center to work out in, a casino for gambling, and so much more.

To learn more about Seven Seas Voyager’s offerings, and to book a cruise, visit the Regent Seven Seas Cruises website.

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