Seven Seas Voyager joined the Regent Seven Seas Cruises' fleet in 2003. Setting sail with a maximum of 700 guests aboard; this all-suite, all-balcony cruise ship combines classical Italian styling and modern amenities. Enjoy a six-star luxury cruising experience with the ship’s intimate atmosphere, gourmet cuisine, luxury accommodation, and high levels of service. Spend your days at sea sipping cocktails on the pool deck; lose yourself in a classic novel in the library; indulge in pampering treatments in the Canyon Ranch SpaClub; or improve your cookery skills at the Culinary Arts Kitchen. Step ashore and choose from an exciting selection of Regent Choice Shore Excursions.
Seven Seas Voyager offers a variety of tasty culinary experiences. Savour European-inspired cuisine in the flagship restaurant Compass Rose and feast on buffet-style dishes and authentic Italian pizzas in the open-air La Veranda. Visit the Pool Grill to tuck into freshly cooked burgers and seafood, snacks, milkshakes and ice creams. Treat yourself to premium steaks and seafood in Prime 7 steakhouse and dine classic French-style at the chic Chartreuse restaurant. Tuck into authentic antipasti and Italian specialities at dinner in Sette Mari at La Veranda or relish authentic Pan-Asian cuisine in Pacific Rim.
There is a bar or lounge to suit your every mood on Seven Seas Voyager. Let the baristas in Coffee Connection create your favourite speciality coffee as you relax with a magazine. Sip ice-cold beers and al fresco cocktails by the water's edge at the Pool Bar. Unwind with after-dinner cocktails at the Horizon Lounge as you listen to the resident musicians. Relax with a glass of vintage cognac and a fine cigar at Connoisseur Club. Take it easy and admire the panoramic vistas by day and meet up for pre-dinner drinks after dark in the Observation Lounge. Head to the Meridian Lounge for late-evening cocktails and music from the band.
In the evening, Seven Seas Voyager has a great choice of entertainment options. Take your seat in the Constellation Theatre for thrilling full-scale musical productions and lively cabaret shows. Make your way to the Voyager Lounge for late-night dancing. Risk a few cents at the slot machines, blackjack and roulette tables in the Casino.
Day 1: Fly UK to Venice, Italy
Fly from selected UK airports to Venice, Italy and be transferred to the port to embark on board Seven Seas Voyager.
Day 2: Split, Croatia
Split, on Croatia's Dalmatian Coast, is the country's second-largest city. It's popular for its golden beaches and bustling centre — which was built around the fourth-century Diocletian's Palace. Today, the palace remains a central part of Split's heritage after its transformation into a variety of houses, flats, churches, and chapels. Stroll through the centre to admire the towering Cathedral of Saint Domnius with its 13th-century oak doors that tell the story of Christ. The Riva waterfront promenade runs the length of the old town and is the perfect place to stop for lunch. See cascading waterfalls at Krka National Park or relax and snorkel on the beach of Brac Island before departing.
Day 3: Kotor, Montenegro
Kotor is based on the Adriatic coastline in south-west Montenegro. One of the country's prettiest and most-famous towns, Kotor is an UNESCO World Heritage site and offers a range of historic landmarks and natural beauty spots. The old town district is filled with medieval architecture and monuments — as well as one of the narrowest streets in the world! From its Venetian-style gates to its former Austrian prisons, Kotor's past is kept alive for you to explore. Wander around the range of shops, and head to a bar or restaurant at a piazza to admire views of the mountains.
Day 4: Corfu, Greece
The island of Corfu sits off the north coast of Greece in the Ionian Sea. Surrounded by rugged mountains and lined with golden beach resorts, it's a cosmopolitan island with a strong, traditional character. Corfu has long been a hugely popular holiday destination due to its laid-back atmosphere, fun beaches, fantastic climate, and welcoming villages. Its old town is filled with Byzantine churches, Venetian fortresses and French-style houses. Spend time relaxing on the sand or enjoying water sports in the sea, before sampling the island's delicious cuisine — often a tasty blend of Greek and Italian — at a beachfront restaurant. The waterfront is lined with bars and cafes, and there are plenty of craft markets for buying souvenirs.
Day 5: Katakolon, Greece
The sleepy fishing port of Katakolon sits on the west coast of the Peloponnese, close to Pyrgos. The port is gateway to one of Greece's most famous landmarks - Olympia. Visit the ancient ruins of the Olympic Stadium where the sacred flame is lit each Olympic year. Pay a visit to the remains of the 7th-century BC Temple of Hera and the Temple of Zeus. Admire the classical, Roman and Greek treasures at the Archaeological Museum of Olympia. Pay a visit to the Mercouri Estate Winery to enjoy a wine tour and taste the wine.
Day 6: Santorini, Greece
Curving around a majestic caldera, Santorini is one of the prettiest of the Greek Isles. Hop on the tender boat ashore, where the cable car will whisk you up to the cliff-top village of Thira with its quaint streets filled with restaurants, bars and shops. Pay a visit to the cave houses at the beautiful village of Oia before heading down the steps to Amoudi Bay to feast on fresh seafood. Taste the unique beers at the Donkey Brewery close to the black pebbled sands of Kamari Beach. Explore the island's history at the Akrotiri archaeological site or admire the dramatic coastline by catamaran.
Day 7: Mykonos, Greece
Mykonos sits in the Aegean Sea with traditional white-washed houses and bright-blue waters. Wander the twisting narrow lanes, which were originally designed to confuse pirate invaders, and discover quaint shops and boutiques. Visit stylish beach bars, modern restaurants and see the iconic 16th-century Venetian windmills which overlook Mykonos town — the island's capital.
Day 9: Bari, Italy
The large port city of Bari is situated on the Adriatic coast in the Italian region of Puglia. Discover ancient Old Bari; this unmissable mediaeval neighbourhood is best explored on foot. Get lost in the maze of Bari Vecchia and make sure to visit the iconic Basilica of Saint Nicholas to catch a glimpse of its gold ceiling and eye-catching cathedra of Bishop Elias. Stroll along the waterfront and explore the Fortino of Saint Antony, or visit the local art gallery; this interesting building was once an old fort. Enjoy lunch in a local restaurant and taste traditional Italian cuisine including pasta, pizza, and a selection of meats.
Day 10: Urbino (Ancona), Italy
The UNESCO-listed and hilltop walled town of Urbino lies in the Le Marche area of Italy. Urbino boasts one of the country's finest Renaissance palaces Palazzo Ducale, home to Galleria Nazionale delle Marche with its many famous artworks. Close by you can admire the 15th-century fresco of the Madonna behind San Domenico church and more thrilling frescoes at Oratorio di San Giovanni on Via Barocci. Pay a visit to Casa di Raffaello, the birthplace of artist Raffaello Sanzio and now a museum. Escape to the idyllic surrounds of Parco della Resistenza with the nearby Fortezza Albornorz. The neo-classical Duomo with its Grotte carved out of the rock and Museo Diocesano, Museo della Citia, and Via Bramante botanic garden are all well-worth visiting too.
Day 11: Fly Venice Italy to UK
Disembark in Venice, Italy and be transferred to the airport for your flight back to the UK.