Seven Seas Voyager

Seven Seas Voyager current position

Seven Seas Voyager current location is at West Mediterranean (coordinates 43.54823 N / 10.29566 E) cruising en route to LIVORNO. The AIS position was reported 5 minutes ago.

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Specifications of Seven Seas Voyager

Year built2003  /  Age: 18
Flag state Bahamas
BuilderT. Mariotti (Genoa, Italy)
Building costUSD 240 million
Owner(NCLH) Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd
Operator(RSSC) Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Speed20 kn / 37 kph / 23 mph
Length (LOA)206 m / 676 ft
Beam (width)29 m / 95 ft
Gross Tonnage42363 gt
Passengers706 - 777
Passengers-to-space ratio63
Decks with cabins6
Last Refurbishment2016
Christened byBarbara Carlson Gage
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Seven Seas Voyager Itineraries

DateItineraryDeparture PortPrice from
2022 Feb 15 12 days, round-trip Barcelona To Barcelona - Tapas, Tenerife Tangier Barcelona $10299
2022 Feb 27 15 days, one-way from Barcelona to Haifa Barcelona $12799
2022 Mar 14 12 days, one-way from Haifa to Civitavecchia Haifa $10799
2022 Mar 26 10 days, one-way from Civitavecchia to Barcelona Civitavecchia $9299
2022 Apr 05 10 days, one-way from Barcelona to Lisbon Barcelona $9299
2022 Apr 15 10 days, one-way from Lisbon to Barcelona Lisbon $10099
2022 Apr 25 10 days, one-way from Barcelona to Civitavecchia Barcelona $10699
2022 May 05 20 days, one-way from Civitavecchia to Venice Civitavecchia $18299
2022 May 05 10 days, one-way from Civitavecchia to Piraeus Civitavecchia $10699
2022 May 15 22 days, one-way from Piraeus to Barcelona Piraeus $19399
2022 May 15 10 days, one-way from Piraeus to Venice Piraeus $11099
2022 May 25 12 days, one-way from Venice to Barcelona Venice $11799
2022 Jun 06 27 days, one-way from Barcelona to Belfast Barcelona $24999
2022 Jun 06 17 days, one-way from Barcelona to Southampton Barcelona $16299
2022 Jun 06 10 days, one-way from Barcelona to Bilbao Barcelona $10599
2022 Jun 16 17 days, one-way from Bilbao to Belfast Bilbao $17299
2022 Jun 16 7 days, one-way from Bilbao to Southampton Bilbao $9099
2022 Jun 23 10 days, one-way from Southampton to Belfast Southampton $11599
2022 Jul 03 12 days, one-way from Belfast to Southampton Belfast $13299
2022 Jul 15 15 days, one-way from Southampton to Reykjavik Southampton $15899
2022 Jul 30 12 days, one-way from Reykjavik to Copenhagen Reykjavik $13799
2022 Jul 30 24 days, one-way from Reykjavik to Southampton Reykjavik $23799
2022 Aug 11 12 days, one-way from Copenhagen to Southampton Copenhagen $13599
2022 Aug 23 10 days, one-way from Southampton to Amsterdam Southampton $11699
2022 Sep 02 12 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Lisbon Amsterdam $12299
2022 Sep 14 18 days, one-way from Lisbon to Civitavecchia Lisbon $17099
2022 Sep 14 7 days, one-way from Lisbon to Barcelona Lisbon $8799
2022 Sep 21 11 days, one-way from Barcelona to Civitavecchia Barcelona $11499
2022 Oct 02 19 days, one-way from Civitavecchia to Monte Carlo Civitavecchia $15999
2022 Oct 02 9 days, one-way from Civitavecchia to Venice Civitavecchia $9099
2022 Oct 11 10 days, one-way from Venice to Monte Carlo Venice $10299
2022 Oct 21 10 days, one-way from Monte Carlo to Piraeus Monte Carlo $10299
2022 Oct 31 12 days, one-way from Piraeus to Lisbon Piraeus $11299
2022 Nov 12 24 days, one-way from Lisbon to Cape Town Lisbon $17699
2022 Dec 06 15 days, round-trip Cape Town To Cape Town - Wines, Dunes Wildlife Cape Town $16699
2022 Dec 21 15 days, round-trip Cape Town To Cape Town - Holiday Safari Cape Town $18099
2023 Jan 05 24 days, one-way from Cape Town to Buenos Aires Cape Town $17899
2023 Jan 05 14 days, one-way from Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro Cape Town $12599
2023 Jan 19 29 days, one-way from Rio de Janeiro to San Antonio Rio de Janeiro $23999
2023 Jan 19 10 days, one-way from Rio de Janeiro to Buenos Aires Rio de Janeiro $11799
2023 Jan 29 19 days, one-way from Buenos Aires to San Antonio Buenos Aires $18099
2023 Feb 17 16 days, one-way from San Antonio to Buenos Aires San Antonio $16099
2023 Feb 17 26 days, one-way from San Antonio to Rio de Janeiro San Antonio $22099
2023 Mar 05 10 days, one-way from Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro Buenos Aires $11799
2023 Mar 15 21 days, one-way from Rio de Janeiro to Miami Rio de Janeiro $14299
2023 Apr 05 14 days, one-way from Miami to Barcelona Miami $7799

Seven Seas Voyager Review

Review of Seven Seas Voyager

The 2003-built Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship is the third-oldest of the RSSC-Regent boats, preceded by the "old-timers" Navigator (1999) and Mariner (2001).

History - construction and ownership

Regent Cruises (officially Regent Seven Seas Cruises / RSSC) is an all-inclusive, top-luxury cruise brand fka "Radisson Seven Seas". Until 2014, the company (as part of "Prestige Cruise Holdings") was owned by Apollo Management LP - one of the world's largest private investment equity funds. Since September 2014, RSSC and the sister company Oceania Cruises are owned by NCL Norwegian (shipowner), acquired at the total cost of USD 3 billion. Regent cruise ships are medium-sized, with capacity up to 800 passengers. The fleet consists of 6-star rated all-suite and all-balcony vessels with a space-to-guest ratio around 70 and staff-to-guest ratio 1-to-1,6 (some of industry's best). As building cost per berth, RSSC liners are among the world's most expensive ships.

Regent Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship

The 700-passenger ship Seven Seas Voyager was the second 100% balcony 100% suite cruise ship in the world, following Seven Seas Mariner. It isn't just about the quick service, the inspired voyages or the outstanding celebrity lecturers, but also the fact that this is a cruise liner with a big personality. Where else are passengers going to find a captain who reads poetry over the public address system together with the weather and navigation reports? Or fiercely social cruisers - like "a family afloat," as one repeat traveler frames it - who return to Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship year after year, in large part to spend time together?

Decks and Cabins

Seven Seas Voyager staterooms (353 total, in 13 Suite categories) are all (100%) with private step-out balconies. The largest accommodations are the Master Suites (on decks 7 and 11) ranging in sizes 1150-1220 ft2 (107-113 m2) with terrace sized 185 ft2 (17 m2). The lowest cabin category (Deluxe Suite) costs ~3 times less in comparison to Master Suite’s rates.

The boat has 12 decks, of which 9 are passenger-accessible and 6 with cabins.

Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks

Compass Rose restaurant is the main dining room on Seven Seas Voyager. It functions on an open seating basis and offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner without set dining assignments. La Veranda is ship's daytime buffet, serving breakfast and lunch. In the evening it is transformed into a bistro serving Mediterranean cuisine. The speciality steak house Prime 7 is free of charge but requires reservations for dinner. Dinner is served alfresco on Voyager's pool deck at least once during each cruise. Another choice for casual lunch is the poolside grill. Dinner can be ordered from the MDR menu during restaurant hours to be served en suite.

Regent Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship

Follows the complete list of Seven Seas Voyager restaurants and food bars.

  • Compass Rose (main dining room restaurant, open-seating breakfast, lunch and dinner; features European Continental dishes and alternative choices - vegetarian, specialities from the Spa menu, select dishes from Regent's Chartreuse menu with gourmet French cuisine)
  • Signatures (French speciality restaurant, dinner-only, reservations-only) in 2016 was replaced by Regent Cruises new Chartreuse restaurant with traditional French cuisine).
  • Pool Grill (fast food bar, poolside; serves the pool deck area)
  • Prime 7 (reservations-only dinner restaurant with American Steakhouse menu)
  • La Veranda / Sette Mari (casual dining venue; operates as ship’s self-service buffet restaurant; in the evenings, the buffet transforms into “Sette Mari” Italian dinner restaurant, complimentary).

Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport

With its shiny, Scandinavian-inspired interior, Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship has an old school sensibility. It is not showy, it is understated. There are no Aloha Deck or Fiesta Deck there - simply deck number 4, number 5 and so on. There is also a clubby feel, in part because Seven Seas Voyager cruise liner offers praised beverages - from diet Coke to Chivas Regal - at all its lounges and bars. A lot of the suites also have butlers.

Follows the complete list of Seven Seas Voyager lounges, clubs and other entertainment venues for kids, teens and adults.

  • Constellation Theater (2-deck high main show lounge for grand music and show productions; also features “Cirque Rock ‘n Roll” aerial acrobatics spectacle)
  • Atrium (8-deck high open-floor area)
  • (Internet computers room); Library
  • Connoisseur Club (smoking lounge with comfortable leather armchairs; offers hand-rolled Cuban cigars)
  • Card Rooms (hosts bridge tournaments and lectures)
  • Voyager Lounge (disco nightclub; operates as a piano bar during the day with resident pianist performances)
  • Coffee Connection (speciality coffee and patisserie bar)
  • Horizon Lounge (with a large dance floor; hosts daily trivia shows and offers Afternoon Tea)
  • Observation Lounge (grand piano bar with live music performances in the evenings)
  • The Boutique (duty-free shopping arcade: luxury jewellery, precious stones, brand perfumes, watches, designer clothes, accessories, gifts, souvenirs, Regent-logo wear)
  • Casino (with 2 sections: for the slot machines, and for the gaming tables)
  • Voyager Pool area (with a large swimming pool, 2 Whirlpools, sunbathing area with loungers, tennis tables, seating area; served by the Pool Bar)
  • Canyon Ranch SpaClub and Wellness Center (Treatment Rooms, Saunas, Steam Rooms, Relaxation Room. The Centre includes ship’s Beauty Salon, Gym and Aerobics Studio)
  • Fitness Center (with floor-ceiling windows, modern equipment); Promenade (Deck 5)
  • The Top Deck (Power Walking/Jogging Track; sports court: mini-golf putting green; Golf Net; Shuffleboard; Paddle Tennis court).


Seven Seas Voyager itinerary program is based on luxury World Cruises, with a set of Asia sailings leaving from ports in China, Singapore and Japan. Regent Voyager cruises in Europe on Baltic Sea itineraries with departures from Stockholm, Copenhagen, Southampton, also repositioning cruises between Asia and Europe.

Regent Voyager is among the top-luxury World Cruise ships offering each year an "Around The World" voyage. It includes up to 30 different countries and numerous exotic ports in Asia, Australia, South America, Caribbean, Africa, also Transatlantic crossings, Panama Canal and/or Suez Canal transits.

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Regent Voyager ship was built in Genoa Italy and is the line's second vessel providing ultra-inclusive "big yacht" luxury cruise vacation experiences. Her fleet mates are the Regent ships Mariner and Navigator, and the new Explorer (2016).

On September 2, 2014, NCL Norwegian purchased the company "Prestige Cruise Holdings" (owner of Oceania Cruises and RSSC) for USD 3,025 billion, thus becoming the official owner of all vessels in both fleets.

In mid-April 2016, RSSC announced upgraded fares adding free international flights to all 2017-2018 voyages. These roundtrip air travel deals (business class) were added to company's signature (standard) all-inclusive package - wines, spirits, soda, water, unlimited internet, free shore excursions, prepaid gratuities, pre-post cruise hotel stays and transfers. The air-inclusive cruise deals involved international flights leaving from 26 cities (the USA and Canada), regardless of the suite category booked.

Apollo Group provides all RSSC ships with the entire onboard hotel product and services. This includes administration, food staff (preparation and serving), housekeeping staff, also the vessel's provisioning and crewing. Other cruise lines served by Apollo are Thomson UK (Marella Cruises) and Oceania.

Seven Seas Voyager refurbishment 2016 review

The list of deckplan changes after the ship's 2016 drydock refurbishment (25-day project, October 23 - November 9, done in Marseille France) include:

  • All cruise accommodations in the categories Penthouse, Concierge and Deluxe were newly decorated and received new furniture (including on the balcony), curtains, plush carpeting, wall coverings, lighting, Elite Slumber Beds, marble-accented bathrooms, also new original artworks in the sitting area.
  • Compass Rose (deck 4 located main dining room) received new decor (crystal chandeliers, leather chairs).
  • La Veranda (deck 11 located buffet restaurant) was reconstructed with a more open buffet area and a new cook-to-order grill station.
  • Pool Grill (deck 11) has new outdoor seating areas and an infrared barbecue grill.
  • Chartreuse (French restaurant on Promenade deck 5) was added, replacing the old "Signatures".
  • Voyager Lounge (deck 4) was re-decorated with cascading chandeliers, crimson loveseats, black-and-white marble bar.
  • The reception area (deck 5) was also redone. Other public areas upgraded in 2016 are Coffee Connection, Connoisseur Lounge, the card room, onboard shops, the casino, the Canyon Ranch SpaClub.
  • There is a new entertainment program with all 5 new Broadway-style show and comedy productions.
  • Public spaces and passenger rooms were renovated and the onboard amenities were upgraded, including new furniture, bedding, flat TVs with an infotainment system.
  • Since 2017, new menus were introduced at the Compass Rose main dining restaurant.
  • RSSC's 2016-2017 ship refurbishments cost the parent company NCLH a total of USD 125 million.

Seven Seas Voyager refurbishment 2013 review

During the ship's drydock in 2013, “Voyage Pool” deck area (deck 11), along with all open-air relaxation areas (decks 5-11-12) were renovated and refurbished (loungers, sofas, chairs). The Observation Lounge (deck 11) was redecorated and received a new bar. Horizon Lounge (on deck 5) was remodelled (with a new bar) and renovated (furnishings, tony carpeting, lighting, wall coverings). Renovation to the “Constellation” (show theatre on deck 4) included new carpeting and upholstery, banquettes, tables and chairs, wall coverings. New teak decking was installed on all the Suite balconies and all teak deck spaces were resurfaced and refinished.

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