Cruise Line: Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Entered service: March 2003 and refurbed in December 2008
Onboard currency: US dollars
Passengers (lower berths): 708
Length: 204.0 metres
Beam: 28.8 metres
Draft: 7.0 metres
Seven Seas Voyager
Coined one of the top cruise ships in the world, Seven Seas Voyager is the world’s second all-suite, all-balcony ship and the second to feature a restaurant operated by Le Cordon Bleu of Paris, following sister ship Seven Seas Mariner.
Seven Seas Voyager is the newest of the fleet, and like the ships of the Regent Seven Seas fleet, she has one of the highest space to guest ratios at sea, and her suites are the largest “lead-in” suites in the industry. Regent Seven Seas was voted Best Luxury Cruise Line, Travel Weekly’s Readers’ Choice Awards (2005, 2004); “Best Small-Ship Cruise Line, Condé Nast Traveler’s Best in the World Readers’ Choice Awards (2003) and more.
Passengers onboard Regent Seven Seas vessels tend to be affluent, well educated, well travelled and are mostly out of North America.
Regent Seven Seas is part of Prestige Cruise Holdings which has recently been sold to Norwegian Cruise Line.
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