• Posted: 21st September 2018
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Welcome onboard Regent Seven Seas Voyager

We recently spent three nights onboard Regent Seven Seas Voyager as part of her Barcelona to Rome 19 night voyage. Boarding her in Naples, sailing the Strait of Messina, followed by a stop in Kotor, Montenegro and then onto Zadar, Croatia. A small classicly designed ship which portrays luxury in many ways. From her stylish interiors to the exceptional service and the highest standard of dining we have ever experienced at sea – or even on land.

A different approach to Cruising

This is cruising for those who don’t like the idea of cruising – small ships, where queuing and waiting times no longer exist, an unrivalled personalised service (to the extent where you are greeted by your name with your favorite pre-dinner drink) and an all-inclusive luxury offering, which means you can leave your wallet at home and don’t have to worry about the bill at the end of the stay. The leading space-to-guest ratio (2 crew : 3 guests) ensures the highest standard of service and allows you to feel like the ship is almost half empty.

Welcome Onboard

Entering our Veranda Suite, first impressions? – spacious, very elegantly designed and a wonderful balcony looking over the ocean with wicker deck chairs, perfect for those beautiful sunsets. The suite had a separate living area, walk in wardrobe (ideal for the ladies), a modern marble bathroom (with a bath and a shower) and as everything is included on Regent feel free to order your preferred spirits, champagnes and wines to be placed in your cabin upon arrival.

Fine dining, whenever, wherever and whomever you wish.

The Compass Rose: the main dining restaurant onboard, designed in a way that reflects modern elegance. Tables for two are available in all restaurants – and of course Regent dress their tables in Versace.

Restaurant CHARTREUSE: French Fare with a Modern Twist. All speciality dining is included onboard.

Breakfast in bed, whatever you like delivered directly to your suite.

Those views that make you speechless

Just what the captain ordered – rise and shine at 6AM, head to the top deck for sunrise in your robe and watch Voyager enter the Bay of Kotor.

You will notice that the itineraries with Regent are very port intensive, which means very little sea days. When in port you can take advantage of the unlimited complimentary shore excursions, allowing you to delve deeper into each destination, doing something different every time.

The smile says it all! – one of the friendly crew onboard creating his masterpiece.

So you may be thinking how much more does it cost to sail on a small luxury ship, with everything included? Yes, the starting cost is considerably higher than your premium cruise liner however when you return from your cruise, having paid all the extras you will have actually spent less and received more sailing with Regent Seven Seas. See the cruise comparison below!





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