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Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Review
4.5 / 5.0
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Fantastic Cruise; Fantastic Crew

Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Review by tlittlelex

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Trip Details
  • Sail Date: Jun 2016
  • Destination: the British Isles & Western Europe
  • Cabin Type: Deluxe Suite

We have been on all of Regent's ships and had wanted to do this itinerary in the past, but dates and pricing never lined up. We were very pleased to be able to do back-to-back 10 day cruises through the British Isles and over to France and Spain.

The ship is very comfortable, but the staff is the best reason to sail with Regent. Every member of the crew is just as hospitable and friendly as possible. They couldn't be better.

We really enjoyed this itinerary and particularly Mont St. Michel, Cork, Bordeaux. Every stop had something memorable, though. We went on excursions most days, but sometimes just took the ship-provided shuttle into town and wandered.

Some excursions were much more than we expected. In Belfast, for example, we went on a tour that included the Titanic Museum. That wasn't very impressive. However, a tour of the dry dock was fantastic - largely due to a guide who was part historian, part actress and totally enthusiastic.

The Blarney Castle was interesting, but you really should be prepared. The Blarney Stone is at the top of the castle and to kiss it you have to be on your back and leaning over the edge - not a good plan for older folks. The stairway up is quite a challenge. It's steep and, in several places, both of my shoulders touched the walls and I'm not overly large. It was quite strenuous for anyone with mobility issues.

In Torre Lorizags, we saw an incredible collection of mint-condition Rolls Royces. You have to see to believe. Really fantastic.

While in Southhampton for a day at the mid-point of the cruise, we took a personal tour to Winchester. Winchester College and Winchester Cathedral are both incredible.

Finally, our favorite stop was Alnwick Castle. Parts of Harry Potter were filmed there and two Christmas specials of Downton Abbey were filmed in this castle, which remains an active home for the Lord and Lady. It is truly spectacular.

Lecturers from the Smithsonian Institute really enhanced all of the ports.

Food and service were superb, as always. You just can't go wrong on a Regent Cruise.

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Cabin Review

Deluxe Suite
Cabin F 734

The Voyager is due for a dry dock refurbishment this fall, but the cabin was still more than adequate. Quite spacious.

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