Radisson Cruise Ships
Sailing into over 300 ports in six continents, Radisson Seven Seas Cruises is an industry leader in the luxury cruise niche. It is the recipient of an impressive portfolio of awards including the Conde Nast Traveler award for "World's Best Small Ship Cruise Line" and the 2001 Travel and Leisure award for "World's Best Small Cruise Line." Positioning itself as a leader in the six-star industry, the Radisson Seven Seas cruise line offers some of the most exclusive itineraries aboard one of the most luxurious fleets in the world.
Radisson Cruise Ships – Destinations
"Luxury goes exploring" onboard the Radisson cruise ships and the exploration is virtually unlimited with travel to Bermuda, the South Pacific, Europe, the Caribbean, Canada, the Americas, the Panama Canal/Costa Rica, Antarctica, and Alaska. Radisson World Cruises explore additional destinations and offer alternative itineraries with service across the globe.
Onboard the Radisson ships, voyage from Hong Kong to Singapore on a 14-day world cruise with stops in Hanoi, Chan May, Saigon, and Bangkok or from Dubai to Rome on an 18-day world cruise with stops in Fujairah, Muscat, Salalah, Safaga, Agaba, Suez Canal, Port Said, Tripoli, Syracusa, and Sorrento. The world is quite literally your oyster when sailing aboard the Radisson Seven Seas cruise ships.
Radisson Cruise Ships – The Fleet
The luxuriously-appointed Radisson cruise ships are small to mid-sized, designed to accommodate hundreds, not thousands, of passengers. The Navigator, the Mariner, and the Voyager are all-suite ships while the Gauguin boasts a private marina designed for watersports at its home port in French Polynesia. Accommodations are elegant aboard all of the Radisson cruise ships: each offers 8-13 different classes of staterooms and suites, including the opulent 1,335 square foot Master Suite on the Voyager, the Mariner, and the Navigator.
50% of the staterooms aboard the Paul Gauguin have private balconies and each is appointed in cherry-colored wood and crown molding, with a queen bed and marble bath in every one. Suite accommodations aboard the Radisson Seven Seas cruise ships generally include marble bathrooms, separate sitting rooms, walk-in closets, TV/VCR or TV/DVD, a stocked refrigerator, and terry cloth bathrobes.
Radisson Cruise Ships – Activities & Entertainment
There is much to occupy your time aboard the Radisson ships. From guest lectures to physical fitness, from art and computer classes to spa treatments and gambling, Radisson cruise ships offers activities and entertainment for all types of interests. Exclusive to the Radisson Seven Seas cruise ships and available on select sailings are the Le Cordon Bleu workshops where passengers can be tutored in the Le Cordon Bleu method of classic French cooking. Learn from exclusively trained chefs in this unique hands-on experience.
The Constellation Theatre, a two-tiered show lounge with a full-size proscenium stage, showcases Broadway musical reviews created by director Peter Gray Terhune and is featured on several Radisson ships. The Paul Gauguin features Le Grand Salon where a variety of spectacular Polynesian shows are performed and the La Palette Lounge, a piano bar featuring an observation lounge. Some ships feature Vegas-style casinos, while others offer full-scale jogging tracks and golf cages. The choices for activities and entertainment are infinite aboard the Radisson Seven Seas cruise ships.
Radisson Cruise Ships- How to Book
To obtain more information pertaining to the Radisson cruise ships and to book your vacation today, contact a certified cruise specialist at Cruise Network.