Seven Seas Voyager Emerges From Makeover

Luxury cruise line Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ 700-passenger Seven Seas Voyager has emerged from a major dry dock refurbishment. Part of the line’s fleet-wide Seven Seas Signature initiative, cruisers can now enjoy new interiors to the accommodations and public spaces, as well as improved amenities.


26 top suites were remodeled with new wallpaper, fabrics, curtains, decor and artwork to enhance the feeling of space. In addition to the luxury amenities onboard, Penthouse and higher category suites are now equipped with iPads for guests, with selected accommodations also receiving upgraded balcony furniture.


Seven Seas Voyager’s public rooms were also enhanced, with the Voyager Lounge featuring new drapery and furniture, while the Connoiseur Club, a favorite space for relaxation, receives elegant Turkish carpets. The Observation Lounge gains new wood flooring and marble-edged corridors lead guests to the updated Pool Bar and expanded Pool Grill.


The popular La Veranda restaurant gains new chairs and wallpaper, while the Coffee Bar has been expanded to accommodate demand. Complementing the physical enhancements to its dining outlets, Regent Seven Seas Cruises is enhancing the culinary experience with new menu items from the Signatures and Prime 7 specialty restaurants offered at the flagship Compass Rose restaurant. Guests can also look forward to enjoying dishes from regions visited during their cruise.


One of the world’s luxury cruise ships, Seven Seas Voyager is currently on a 10-night cruise from Athens to Venice as part of her Mediterranean depoyment. She will reposition to Auckland in late November 2011 via the Middle East and Asia to cruise Oceania before returning to the Mediterranean in February 2012.


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