In March 2003, the 700-guest Seven Seas Voyager joined the RSSC fleet, offering inaugural cruises in Western Europe and the Baltic. The Voyager, the world's second all balcony-suite vessel, is a sister ship to, but not an identical twin of, the Seven Seas Mariner. The new vessel will have an exceptionally high space ratio, with every guest enjoying a minimum of 301 square feet of living space plus balcony.
Four main dining venues will be featured including the 110-seat Le Cordon Bleu-directed Signatures. Since memorable dining is an integral part of a superb cruise, the Voyager is one of the first ships to feature an open galley in one of our fine restaurants.
A sumptuously appointed spa under the aegis of Judith Jackson, one of the world's leading practitioners of aromatherapy and other health promoting regimens is also included on the Seven Seas Voyager.
The ship will also feature some of the more popular elements of the Seven Seas Navigator's celebrated design including ultra-spacious marble bathrooms with separate showers and full bathtubs. The top 88 suites will have butler service.