The Seven Seas Voyager does not have any rock climbing, ice skating, or bowling alleys, but she does have a pool and plenty of deck space to sit in the sun and enjoy cruising. The Seven Seas Voyager also has a private balcony for every cabin; four interesting, diverse dining venues; interesting lecturers; fun onboard activities; and an excellent fitness center and spa.
The Seven Seas Voyager starts each year with a 100+-day world cruise, spends her summers in northern Europe, autumns in the Mediterranean, and December in the Caribbean. I sailed on a pre-inaugural cruise on the Seven Seas Voyager in March 2003 and again on the 20-day Sydney to Shanghai segment of the 2008 world cruise, covering 5,640 miles and 10 glorious days at sea. This 10-page article profiles the Seven Seas Voyager. To view my photos and learn more about things to do at our Australian and Asian ports of call, click on one of the links below.
- Koala Park Sanctuary near Sydney
- Hamilton in the Whitsunday Islands
- Cairns, Australia
- Rainforestation Nature Park near Kuranda
- Kuranda Scenic Railway
- Madang, Papua New Guinea
- Saipan, Northern Marianas Islands
- Iwo Jima
- Osaka, Japan
- Kyoto, Japan
- Kagoshima, Japan
- Shanghai, China
Let's take a tour of the Seven Seas Voyager.