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: London - Venice - Orient Express
Arrive in London and board the Orient Express to begin your journey to Venice.
Day 2: Venice, Italy
Arrive in Venice and spend 1 night in the Hilton Venice.
Day 3: Venice, Italy
Embark Regent Seven Seas Voyager in Venice.
Day 4: 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 5: Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Croatian city of Dubrovnik sits on the country's southern coast on the Adriatic Sea. Explore the city centre — an UNESCO World Heritage site — with its 17th-century Cathedral of the Assumption and Rector's Palace, before walking around the ancient city walls. Admire the views as you ride the cable car to Mt Srd or visit one of the city's museums. Relax in the sunshine on Banje Beach; enjoy a boat trip to the nearby islands of Lokrum and Elafati; and view the city from the water on a kayaking trip or take a snorkelling tour.
Day 6: Durres (Tirana), Albania
The port city of Durres sits on the Adriatic Sea coast of western Albania. Durres is famous for its huge Hadrian-built Roman amphitheatre with an impressive 9th-century church complete with mosaic-covered walls close by. Pay a visit to the Archaeological Museum to view exhibits from the Greek, Hellenistic, and Roman eras or admire the memorials of WWII martyrs at the Museum of Martyrs. Spend time on the broad sands of the 10km-long Durres Beach before visiting King Zog's 20th-century Royal Villa of Durres nearby. Venture further afield to Albania's colourful capital city of Tirana to see Skanderberg Square, National Historical Museum, Pyramid of Tirana, and Tirana Castle.
Day 7: 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 8: Taormina (Sicily), Italy
Stunningly perched on the side of a mountain, Taormina is one of Sicily’s most popular summer destinations. Journey back in time at the horseshoe-shaped Teatro Greco which boasts breathtaking views of Mount Etna. Visit the romantic beach of Isola Bella or head to the enchanted Corso Umberto for shopping and fine dining. Take a walk to the heart of the town and admire Piazza IX Aprile with its striking black and white marble paving. Escape to the tranquil Trevelyan Gardens or venture further afield to the amazing Alcantara Gorge and Mount Etna.
Day 8: Cruising the Strait of Messina
Day 9: Sorrento/Capri, Italy
This stunning coastal town of Sorrento is situated in south-western Italy and faces the Bay of Naples on the Sorrentine Peninsula. Perched atop cliffs that separate the town from its busy marinas, it’s known for sweeping water views, buzzing bars, and delicious pizzas. Explore the narrow alleys of Piazza Tasso and gaze in awe at the 14th-century Chiesa di San Francesco or revel in the rich history at Museo Correale. Walk along the sandy stretch at Marina Grande harbour or visit the stunning natural phenomenon Vallone dei Mulini.
Capri, an island in Italy’s Bay of Naples, is famed for its rugged landscape and vibrant shopping scene. Board a boat to the magical Blue Grotto and become mesmerised by the emerald blue reflection that illuminates the cavern. Visit Faraglioni and gaze in awe at the towering ocean rock formation or stop by Punta Carena Lighthouse and savour the sweeping views of crystal blue sea. Explore the famous square Le Piazetta, where you’ll find the stunning St Stephen's Cathedral and Bell Tower. Savour traditional Italian cuisine at the pavement cafes; one at each corner of the piazza.
Day 10: Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy
History is around every corner in Rome. ‘The Eternal City’ is one of the world’s most historically significant destinations, home to the Pantheon, piazzas, and Vatican City’s Sistine Chapel. Discover cultural remnants of the Roman Empire, awe-inspiring Renaissance art, numerous historic landmarks, as well as the culinary delights of la dolce vita - the sweet life.
Day 11: Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy
Livorno — Tuscany's second-largest city — is home to one of Italy's largest cruise ports. The city's main Terrazza Mascagni square with its grand pavement and seafront promenade is a common meeting place for locals looking to relax. The 16th-century Old Fortress faces the harbour and sits at the entrance to the canal-lined Venezia district. Enjoy gourmet dishes and sample local seafood, which is said to be the best on the Tyrrhenian Coast. Head to Central Piazza Cavour or the car-free Via Ricasoli for shopping, try Via Magenta and pick up some quirky souvenirs, or stop by Via dei Pensieri's street market for a great selection of food, clothing, accessories, and homewares. If you're looking to travel further afield, Pisa is just a short drive away.
Day 12: Saint-Tropez, France
The bustling coastal town of St Tropez sits on France's Cote d'Azur. St Tropez was made famous in the Brigitte Bardot film 'And God Created Woman' in the 1950s and remains a favourite with the jet-set, especially in the summer months. Gaze in awe at the luxury yachts moored at Vieux Port or take a stroll through the cobbled streets of La Ponce old fishing quarter. People-watch over a glass of local pastis at Place de Lices or admire the amazing city-wide views from La Citadelle de Saint-Tropez. Call into Eglise de St-Tropez and Chapelle de la Misericorde or enjoy the artworks at Musee de l’Annonciade. Spend a few hours sunbathing on the golden sands of Pampellone Beach or get up close to the colourful butterfly exhibits at Maison des Papillons.
Day 13: Monte Carlo, Monaco
Disembark to travel back to London Via Eurostar.