SEVEN SEAS VOYAGER PHOTO ESSAY

Back in October 2013, Regent Seven Seas’ ultra luxury Seven Seas Voyager went into dry dock in Marseilles, France, for a major cosmetic overhaul that involved the complete refurbishing of some public rooms, a complete replacement of the carpets in all public areas, and the replacement of every bit of teak decking on the ship, from the upper decks to every single one of some three hundred and fifty terrace suites.

The result was a lavishly refurbished and energised paragon; one I got to sample literally straight out of the shipyards, on a short run from Rome to Livorno. These pictures form my visual impressions of a ship that has long been an old favourite of mine.

Main entrance lobby on Voyager

Main entrance lobby on Voyager

New pool deck. looking aft

New pool deck. looking aft

Voyager interior shot

Voyager interior shot

Looking down from the staircase

Looking down from the staircase

Voyager; space and grace in perfect symmetry

Voyager; space and grace in perfect symmetry

Sumptuous new furnishings are evreywhere

Sumptuous new furnishings are everywhere

The staircases form an elegant focal point

The staircases form an elegant focal point

The craftsmanship everywhere is outstanding

The craftsmanship everywhere is outstanding

Small, intimate seating areas flank the passageways

Intimate seating areas flank passageways

The aft Panorama Lounge

The aft Panorama Lounge

Panorama Lounge aft terrace

Panorama Lounge aft terrace

Pool and hot tubs

Pool and hot tubs

Funnel, looking aft on port side

Funnel, looking aft on port side

Afternoon snacks?

Afternoon snacks?

One of those newly refurbished balconies

One of those newly refurbished balconies

Another main staircase angle

Another main staircase angle

Looking up from lobby to the top level

Looking up from lobby to the top level

Sweet treats are everywhere on Voyager

Sweet treats are everywhere on Voyager

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