Seven Seas Voyager reviewed by Heather Testro

Seven Seas Voyager - Pool Deck

Seven Seas Voyager is a relaxed ship with an informal ambience. She has a small ship feel with understated elegance but also has big ship amenities.

Built in 2003 and recently refurbished in October 2013, she carries 700 guests and provided all suites with balconies. Cruise fares are fully inclusive of soft drinks and alcohol, shore excursion and gratuities, so no hidden extras.

Public spaces have elegant furnishings. Highlights include the Observation Lounge, Horizons – the ships’ nightclub & bar and the Constellation Theatre which is a 2-deck theatre with fresh furnishings and cocktail tables.

Four dining options include the main restaurant which serves European inspired cuisine, a contemporary American Steakhouse, a French dining experience and the casual buffet style Le Veranda is transformed to an authentic Italian speciality restaurant in the evenings where an extensive à la carte menu of antipasti and Italian speciality items are paired with Italian wines.

The open-air Pool Grill is the come-as-you-are dining venue and offers burgers, sandwiches, salads and milkshakes.

The informal Coffee Connection offers coffee and snacks including cold meats, cheeses, assorted rolls and sweet pastries..

Of course you can also choose to eat in the privacy of your suite.

Food and beverages are first class and for the health conscious a Canyon Ranch menu allows you to count calories.

Fifty percent of passengers are repeat with the average age is 55 to 65.

From 6 p.m. onward, evening dress codes apply. “Elegant Casual” wear, applies most evenings, On cruises of 16 nights or longer, a few evenings are “Formal Optional.”

Staff are attentive and friendly.

Heather Testro,
Senior Travel Planner & Master Cruise Consultant