Regent Seven Seas Voyager
The Regent Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship is a 670-foot vessel that is space-maximized to accommodate as many as 700 passengers on her tours. With staterooms no smaller than 360 square feet, some as large as 1200 square feet, guests feel as though they have all the space in the world whether they are in they stateroom or out the deck of the Regent Voyager.
With all the service and amenities you might expect from Regent's inland resorts, Seven Seas Voyager cruises also have a whole lot more to offer. Other than transportation to some of the most extraordinary corners of the globe, wine is complimentary with dinner, and there is a guest lecture series that elucidates many things about the lands their passengers visit.
Seating at the restaurants is open and there are nightclubs to suit many different tastes. A youth program entertains and educates the younger cruisers. The Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship also provides private decks for each and every suite, and there is an onboard fitness center to keep you in shape on those long luxurious voyages.
Regent Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Ship - Itineraries and Destinations
There is a world cruise available that sets out from Los Angeles aboard the Regent Voyager beginning at the start of the year, but passengers are able to hop on at different ports for shorter excursions within that itinerary. For specific itinerary information, simply contact a Cruise Network Cruise Specialist.
Regent Seven Seas Voyager Cruises to the South Pacific
The Regent Voyager Tahiti to New Zealand cruise begins in Papeete, in the volcanic islands of Tahiti, and sails on to Moorea, which many think was the genesis of James Michener's fabled Bali Hai. The pleasures of Bora Bora are next and followed by Rarotonga, which is full of inland and sea excursions. After crossing the International Date Line and three days at sea, you sail to Bay of Islands, discovered by Captain Cook and Auckland, New Zealand.
Regent Seven Seas Voyager Cruises to Asia & Australia
Regent Seven Seas Voyager gives passengers the option of taking an unbelievable world cruise, or simply taking a portion of it. Either way, you're sure to have a vacation that will give you memories for a lifetime.
Here the Regent Voyager continues on its World Cruise and on for the journey to Sydney, which stops in Picton, Lyttelton, Port Chalmers, Dusky Fjord, Milford Sound, and Hobart Tasmania. Next, the Regent Voyager stops in Phillip Island, the dynamic city of Melbourne and after a day of cruising you're in Sydney, from which you may depart and enjoy Australia or stay on board for the journey to Hong Kong.
This cruise starts with tours of Australian ports of Hamilton Cove and Cairns, and then strikes out for Madang, New Guinea, Truk Island, Yap Island, and then on to the flowers and mountains of Okinawa. The amazing city of Shanghai is on display for three full days before you sail to the international capital of Hong Kong.
A 12-night journey starts in Hong Kong and sails to Da Nang, a Buddhist and Hindu center, and then you sail to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), before heading on to Laem Chaban, Bangkok, Thailand and then to Singapore. From Singapore is an eleven-night cruise to Dubai, which sails first to Penant and then on to Cochin, Goa and Bombay, India and then on to Dubai.
Regent Seven Seas Voyager Cruises to Europe, Africa & the Mediterranean
An unforgettable leg of this grand tour when the Seven Seas Voyager cruises from Dubai across the Arabian Sea to Muscat, Salalah, and Safaga, Egypt where it will begin crossing the Suez Canal. From Port Said to Kusadasi, Turkey, and then on to Greece and, finally, Rome, Italy-the Regent Voyager sails this region in style.
After you've had your fun exploring Rome and everything else the eastern Mediterranean has to offer, you will sail on the 15-night journey to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with stops in Monte Carle, Malaga, Spain, Funchal, Madeira, Hamilton, Nassau, Bahamas and on to Florida. Or take the trip back across the pond to Madeira, an eight-night sail of the mighty Atlantic.
The 7-night cruise from Funchal, Madeira, features the western Mediterranean, with stops in the Canary Islands, Agadir, Portugal; Casablanca, Morocco; Malaga, Valencia and Barcelona, Spain; and on to Monte Carlo.
Take the 11-night cruise from Monte Carlo to Le Havre (near Paris), that ports in Malaga, Lisbon, Vigo, La Coruna, and Santanda, Spain before sailing to Bordeaux, St. Malo and Le Havre.
Regent Seven Seas Voyager Cruises to Scandinavia & Russia
From Le Havre, travel to Stockholm, Sweden, and from there you can take the seven-night Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship journey of the northerly waters with stops in Tallinn, Estonia, St. Petersburg, Russia, Helsinki, Sweden, Visby, and the Baltic Islands. Don't forget to take a trip to see some of the amazing palaces and castles of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Regent Seven Seas Voyager Cruises to the Caribbean
The Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship begins her Caribbean tours in the late fall. Her 7-night Regent Voyager Fort Lauderdale round-trip voyage includes stops in Key West, Cozumel, Mexico, Georgetown, and Grand Cayman.
Regent Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Ship Accommodations
With twelve varieties of suites, all of them at least 365 square feet and having an (at least) 50 square foot balcony, the selection of rooms aboard the Regent Voyager is perhaps one of her best assets. These are the largest "lead-in" suites on the water, with all of them featuring king-sized beds convertible to twins, separate sitting areas, marble bathrooms with showers and tubs, walk-in closets with safes, hair dryers, refrigerators, TVs, DVDs, CD players, and more. The suites above the Penthouse B range all have butler service. Choose from the following suites:
1,335 sq. ft.
Suite: 1,152 sq. ft.
Balcony: 183 sq.ft.
Master Suites include Butler Service
876 sq. ft.
Suite: 753 sq. ft.
Balcony: 123 sq. ft.
Grand Suites include Butler Service
604 sq. ft.
Suite: 554 sq.ft.
Balcony: 50 sq.ft.
Voyager Suites include Butler Service
Seven Seas Suite
545 sq. ft.
Suite: 495 sq. ft.
Balcony: 50 sq. ft.
Seven Seas Suites include Butler Service
Suite: 320 sq. ft.
Balcony: 50 sq. ft.
Penthouse Suites include Butler Service
386 sq. ft.
Suite: 306 sq. ft.
Balcony: 80 to 137 sq. ft.
Category D - H
356 sq. ft.
Suite: 306 sq. ft.
Balcony: 50 sq. ft.
Regent Seven Seas Voyager - Cruise Ship Dining
Surprising for a ship of her size, Voyager features four restaurants and the Pool Grill. The Compass Rose is the largest, with picture-window view of the seas and etched glass partitions, with the menu emphasizing continental, vegetarian and spa cuisine. Signatures is based on the cuisine of Le Cordon Bleu, the famed cooking school in Paris, and issues from its kitchen many French specialties.
Lattitudes is an open-galley restaurant that features contemporary American
cuisines, and La Veranda is a laid back place with a ménage of Mediterranean,
French Spanish and North African cuisines and lunch buffets.
Regent Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Ship Activities
Regent Seven Seas Voyage - Cruise Ship Activities & Entertainment
Expand your horizons by listening to one of Voyager's guest lecturers explain the local cultures, history and lore, or take computer and culinary classes (with a charge). There also are art auctions and an onboard library with books and DVDs and a youth program.
The Constellation Theater features musical revues in the Broadway vein and there is an onboard casino with blackjack, craps, roulette, video poker, and slots. There are lounges, one laid back and one upscale, and a cigar bar with an ultra-hip décor and a view. For fitness, there is a workout center with treadmills, weights, nautilus, and more; aerobics classes are available daily.
Voyager also has an upscale spa based on that of Carita of Paris, which has all sorts of treatments, including massage, beauty therapy, hairdressers, and nail specialists.