Seven Seas Voyager in Tahiti
Seven Seas Voyager in Tahiti / RSSC
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Atrium / Regent Seven Seas Cruises
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Pool Deck
Pool Deck / Regent Seven Seas Cruises
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Horizon Lounge
Horizon Lounge / Regent Seven Seas Cruises
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Penthouse Suite
Penthouse Suite / Regent Seven Seas Cruises
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Seven Seas Voyager in Norway
Seven Seas Voyager in Norway / Regent Seven Seas Cruises
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Seven Seas Voyager Review

Our Ship Review
Deal Expert / Travel Blogger

Seven Seas Voyager, which falls into Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Small Cruise Ship Class, is a 698-guest luxury ship that offers incredible global itineraries and features onboard venues that include seven dining options, a full-service spa, and a casino. The all-suite, all-balcony ship has truly spacious accommodations, with the smallest suite measuring a whopping 356 square feet. Best of all, the price of a sailing includes round-trip airfare, transfers, shore excursions, gratuities, Wi-Fi, and all beverages  — even those from the minibar.

What We Love

A Relaxed Dress Code: Some of the longer cruises have formal evenings, but there's no need to pack gowns and tuxes for most Seven Seas Voyager cruises. Regent guests do like to dress nicely, however, so leave the frayed denim and neon-hued Crocs at home.

Decadent or Detox Dining: The food on board is delicious — and decadent. When you’ve had enough of beef Wellington and lobster thermidor, turn to the Serene Spa & Wellness and Always Available menus in the Compass Rose main dining room for lighter choices, such as broiled salmon or vegetable tian. 

Best Known For

Shore Excursions Are Included: These tours go beyond basic walking tours, including a wine tour in Bordeaux, and a Swahili cuisine cooking lesson in Kenya.

Longer, Immersive Itineraries: Seven Seas Voyager tends to sail longer itineraries visiting far-flung global destinations in Africa, South America, Asia, and the Arabian Gulf. These voyages typically last 15 to 25 nights and even as long as 64 to 79 nights, although 7-to-10-night journeys in the Mediterranean are also available.

Who It's Best For

Grown-ups: Sophisticated and well-traveled adults who enjoy comfort and understated elegance will feel at home here.

Don't Say We Didn't Warn You

It's Mainly for Adults: With the exception of shorter summer sailings and holiday cruises (which offer a Club Mariner program for kids and teens), Seven Seas Voyager provides few activities for children.

This Is Not a Budget Line: Although the ship's cruises are pricey, the inclusion of all beverages, gratuities, specialty restaurants, shore excursions, and round-trip airfare eases the sticker shock.