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Regent Seven Seas Voyager in Sydney

Voyager: Overview
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Regent Seven Seas Voyager and it sister ships, Navigator and Mariner, are unique in the cruise line industry with its all-suite, all-balcony rooms.  No matter where you stay you will have the pleasure of fantastic views throughout the journey.  These pleasant accommodations are also part of the all-inclusiveness that the Regent cruise line brand is known for.

Voyager is one of the larger ships in their fleet, being able to hold 700 guests to go along with the 447 crew members ready to help you indulge in an exquisite experience.  One of the areas of concern that Voyager has is that they only have 4 dining restaurants on board.  Most other cruise lines have upwards of 6 or more restaurants, but being all-inclusive with open dining does make up for it.  The beverages including soft drinks, hot beverages, fine wines and premium spirits are served throughout the ship free of charge.  Also your gratuities are included throughout your cruise as well.

Voyager: Passengers
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Passengers aboard Regent Seven Seas Voyager will in their late 40’s and up and will have sailed on multiple other cruise lines before.  The main language spoken by the guests and crew will be English.



Voyager: Dress Code
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Dress code ranges from formal optional to casual. Casual wear is appropriate for during the daytime onboard or ashore, and consists of  casual resort style outfits. Shorts and jeans, are not appropriate after 6:00 pm, with the exception of the final night of the cruise.

The on board dress in the evenings should be elegant casual resort wear. Semi-formal and formal attire is optional when Voyager is sailing 16 nights or more. Dinner dress includes slacks with blouse or sweater, pant suit, skirts or dress for ladies; slacks and collared shirt for men. Sport jackets are optional, but ties are not required.  At no point should jeans, shorts or tennis shoes be worn at dinner.

Voyager: Gratuity
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Since Regent Seven Seas is all-inclusive, gratuities are already added in.  If a passenger feels that service was exceptional and wants to tip extra, that is solely up to their discretion.

Voyager: Dining
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Prime 7, Signatures, Compass Rose, La Veranda and the Pool Grill.

Voyager: Cabins
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The suites available are:  Master Suite, Grand Suite, Voyager Suite, Seven Seas Suite, Penthouse Suite and Deluxe Suite.

Voyager: Itineraries
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Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Asia Pacific, Africa and India.

Voyager: Entertainment
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Casino, Constellation Theatre, Pool, Spa, Regent Orchestra, Lounges and Cigar Bar.

Voyager: Fitness
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Canyon Ranch SpaClub, Conditioning Scrubs and Body Cocoons, Weight Room, Yoga, Aerobics, Golf Cages, Shuffleboard, Tennis, Jogging Track.