The one where Seven Seas Voyager had a facelift…

Seven Seas Voyager in Sydney

The 700-passenger Seven Seas Voyager emerged from drydock earlier this week complete with renovated suites and public areas.

Currently on a 10-night voyage from Piraeus to Venice, the refurbishment marked the third phase of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Signature initiative.

New wallpaper, fabrics, curtains, decor and artwork were added to 26 top suites and new carpeting installed throughout the interior of the ship.

iPads are now a feature of Penthouse and higher category suites and new balcony furniture has been added to selected suites.

The ‘Voyager Lounge’ now offers new furniture and fabrics and the ‘Conoisseur Club’ boasts new Turkish carpets.

Deck 11 features an updated ‘Pool Bar’ and an expanded ‘Pool Grill’. Marble-edged corridors lead the way to new wooden floorboards in the ‘Observation Lounge’, ‘La Veranda’ offers new chairs and wallpaper and the Deck 5 coffee bar has been expanded.

Dining options have been increased with the ‘Compass Rose’ menu now featuring select items from the ‘Signatures’ and ‘Prime 7’ specialty restaurants.

Seven Seas Voyager is emerging as a fresh new product with thoughtful touches that will enhance our guests’ overall experience,” said Mark Conroy, president, Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

“Through our Seven Seas Signature program we are continuing to evolve our brand and look forward to announcing additional updates in 2012-13.”

Originally published on e-Travel Blackboard

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