Seven Seas Voyager deck 4 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Seven Seas Voyager deck 4

  • “Constellation” is the ship’s 2-level theater and main show lounge for large-scale musical and show productions. The grand-style evening entertainment program includes cabaret- and Cirque-style shows, and also performances by the ship’s 9-piece orchestra. The Regent Voyager ship offers two signature show productions presented at the Constellation Theater. These are developed exclusively for the Regent cruise line Broadway-style evening shows performed by a cast of 12 singers/dancers and accompanied by the live music of the ship’s orchestra. The shows are named “Burn the Floor” (1960s music-themed – includes the dances Jive, Swing, Twist, Fosse, Madison) and “Paradis” (Paris-themed / Moulin Rouge-style show – songs, dances, theatrics, 300+ costumes). The Theater has tiered seating and during the day operates as Constellation Lounge serving the Regent Cruises’ enrichment program by hosting cooking classes, itinerary related expert lectures, media presentations, etc.
  • Two “Card & Conference” rooms can be combined into one, hosting private meetings, special events, bridge tournaments, lectures.
  • “Connoisseur Club” is the smoking lounge. The cigar club features leather armchairs, fine cigars and rare vintage cognacs.
  • The “Voyager Lounge” (portside) is the ship’s disco nightclub, operating during the day as piano bar with resident pianist performances.
  • The ship’s Atrium is a 8-decks high, with an open-floor design and 2 big capacity glass-wall elevators.
  • The Casino has 26 slots and 7 gambling tables (Blackjack, stud poker, mini-craps, roulette table) and operates only when the Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship is at open sea.
  • “Compass Rose” is the ship’s main dining room restaurant for open-seating breakfast, lunch and dinner (reservations not required). The dining room’s menu features European Continental cuisine, also offering alternative food choices (kosher, vegetarian, light/Spa menu specialties).