Don’t miss these things on the Regent Seven Seas Voyager

The wind blew strong while the sun shone brightly. We were assembled at the Mumbai Cruise Terminal at Ballard Pier, waiting eagerly for the cruise experience with NCLH’s Seven Seas Voyager, one of the most luxurious cruise ships in the world. It was April, the weather was already sweltering. The bunch of influencers and I were impatient to get onboard for a day full of activities.

My experience on board the Seven Seas Voyager was more than just a memorable one! Listed here are essential things you must not forget to do while on the Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship.

Movie screenings, games and shows

If you thought cruises can get boring, I must tell you that they definitely aren’t. There are a number of entertainment options you can choose from. The shows range from lavishly staged musicals to dance performances and even a casino to keep you busy throughout.

A view from one of the many decks on the RSSC Seven Seas Voyager
A view from one of the many decks on the RSSC Seven Seas Voyager

Pool time on the deck

The open-air pool deck is a hub of energy where you can either swim leisurely, work on that holiday tan or relax in the shade with a cocktail. The pool deck also has a tennis court and a golf course in case pools aren’t your thing.

Signature dining

If you’re on the Seven Seas Voyager, everything on board will remind you that you are truly in the heart of luxury. The main restaurant where buffets are served, Compass Rose is where I had a lavish lunch. Make sure you have the caviar salad here. Other signature restaurants you can choose from are Prime 7, Chartreuse, La Veranda and Pool Grill.

Signature dining on the Seven Seas Voyager
Signature dining on the Seven Seas Voyager

Take in the view

There is no better place to look at the vast ocean than from a cruise. Horizons with spectacular sunrises, sunsets and everything in between is what you’ll get to witness. You can do this from a number of locations on board the Seven Seas Voyager. Try your stateroom balcony, the upper deck or the observation deck and if you’re lucky, you might even spot some dolphins depending on which ocean you’re cruising in.

Seven Seas Voyager
Signature dining on the Seven Seas Voyager

Shore excursions

Cruises are not only about sailing oceans. Long cruises like the ones the Seven Seas Voyager does cover most of the Caribbean, the Mediterranean or South Asia! Shore excursions are one of the best ways of visiting coastal towns, cities as well as islands and with the packages available by RSSC, they are mostly included in your package deal.

Be sure to book in advance for a fantastic deal with the Seven Seas Voyager. They have voyages planned across continents. This vessel sails in many oceans; some of them being in the spectacular Mediterranean, transatlantic crossings, and Asia too.

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