Exceeding the loftiest of expectations, Seven Seas Voyager is all-suite, all balcony accommodation ship and is often described as a ‘trailblazer' in exclusive world of luxury. Considering her size, the amenities Seven Seas Voyager has to offer are surprisingly plentiful, along with four main dining rooms for you to choose from. With 447 international crew members attending to a mere 350 suites, personal service is exceedingly indulgent throughout the ship for the most inclusive luxury experience.
» Capacity: 700 guests
» All-suite, all balcony rooms
» Gourmet dining in all four dining rooms
» Plush lounges
Lounge your day away with a cold drink in hand by the teak pool deck, take a dip in one of the two whirlpools or opt for a friendly game of table tennis. Stroll along the open decks and breathe in the fresh sea air or maintain your fitness regime in the state of the art gym. Pamper yourself with a spa treatment or two in the Canyon Ranch Spa Club where you can enjoy a captivating array of treatment options and programmes including signature massages and therapeutic bodywork.
Offering an impeccable choice of reading materials in a quiet and intimate setting, while an hour or two away in the library or join in a game of cards with like-minded guests in the iconic Card Room. The open decks continue the trend of gaming opportunities with shuffleboard and deck quoits being quite popular with guests, whilst guests with a penchant for shopping can make the most of duty free shopping in the boutiques full of designer wares on board.
In the quiet and comfort of the Observation Lounge, watch spectacular views from the comfort of the ship and catch up new found friends on board. Resident musicians also entertain in here daily making it the perfect spot for pre or post dinner cocktails, or choose to spend your evening in the comfort of the Horizon Lounge. With leather armchairs and a club-like atmosphere, The Connoisseur Club is where you can order a rare vintage cognac or port and pick a fabulous cigar.
Tiered for unobstructed views and furnished with plush seating, the Constellation Theatre is an intimate and comfortable venue that is popular with all guests. Be sure to visit the Constellation Theatre and watch West End inspired musicals to Cirque-style productions and rousing cabarets with productions backed by the nine-piece Regent Signature Orchestra.
Boasting a wide variety of dining rooms that you would not expect from a more intimate cruise ship, the dining options aboard Seven Seas Voyager are plentiful. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Compass Rose features an exceptional variety of European inspired dishes so there is something for all. Elegantly decorated in gold and maroon hues, Compass Rose is the perfect venue for a quiet, romantic meal for two. Reservations are not necessary, simply arrive and let your Maître D’ guide you to the perfect table. For authentic French cuisine be sure to dine in Signatures at least once during your cruise. Capturing the diversity of French fare, the chefs will offer tantalizing tastes and enticing presentation where every dish is purely French. Opt to enjoy antipasti and Italian specialties served á la carte and paired with fine Italian wines — complimentary of course - in Sette Mari at Le Veranda. Dishes are prepared á la minute by the talented chefs using only the freshest gourmet ingredients. Handsomely decorated with supple leather chairs, Prime 7 has a distinct, intimate feel setting a new standard in steakhouse fare.
For a casual dining spot, find a comfortable spot in Coffee Connections or head to the Pool Grill - both ideal for a mid-day snack.
Passengers are free to relax and unwind in the comfort of resort casual clothing on board Seven Seas Voyager. After 6pm jeans and shorts are not permitted in the main dining rooms with evening dress code focusing on elegant casual dress. Formal attire is also welcomed on board, though this it is not compulsory.