Seven Seas Voyager Mediterranean Cruise Review

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Seven Seas Voyager Mediterranean Cruise Review

Our cabin was huge, some 300 sq. ft, plus a balcony so we could enjoy the views. The ship is only 40,000 tonnes, but because it only carries up to 700 passengers, the amount of space per passenger is excellent, and we never had to wander around the ship looking for spare deck chairs, which we have had to do on other, bigger vessels. With 4 restaurants to choose from, dining was always a great pleasure. Once or twice, after a hard day ashore sight-seeing, we had dinner in our suite, served course by course by a very pleasant, courteous waiter. Nothing was too much trouble for the staff, and with a high ratio of staff to passenger, thing were done promptly. Cannot praise this ship too much. We will definitely be back again as soon as we can.

Written by Mr Mark Davis

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