1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: January 2018
Much against our judgement we were swayed to try a competitor to Regent Seven Sea Cruises. For us sadly it wasn’t the best decision. What has become apparent is that most cruise lines do the least that they can get away with. Whilst ... Read More
Much against our judgement we were swayed to try a competitor to Regent Seven Sea Cruises. For us sadly it wasn’t the best decision. What has become apparent is that most cruise lines do the least that they can get away with. Whilst Regent do the most that they possibly can do for their clients. As soon as you book with Regent, they take total charge of your booking. Regent, take all the pain out of booking and travelling. Not only that but their guests receive a lovely leather iPad holder containing all the travelling documents and leather baggage tags as well as being fully briefed on the itinerary, excursions, dining arrangements, Culinary Arts Kitchen Classes, Distinctive Gourmet Tours – you name it. Checking - in is a joy. No lengthy queues! You are streamlined and before you know it you are on board being greeted with a glass of champagne with a superb lunch either at The Pool Grill or the excellent La Veranda. Probably in our opinion the best and consistent Buffet on the open seas. This is a Restaurant not a Café! The suites on board are carefully thought out and the attention to detail is amazing. Sheer luxurious quality and service. Dinning on Regent is an absolute pleasure. The choice is phenomenal with consistent value with its multitude of dining delights. Easy to book through the Concierge Desk with none of this supplement charging or wait listing attitude. Or if you are not in the mood, order Room Service. You can have a gourmet dinner served course-by-course, delivered to the suite to whatever you fancy. And be lazy and watch one of 200+ movies. A factor very much appreciated on Regent is the quality of the Food and Beverage. Excellent wines and spirits served throughout the ship. If it is not there the staff will get it for you. And of course to accompany the selection and type of cuisine. The entertainment and events on board are outstanding. Be it in the theatre, lounge bar or the Casino, guests are never disappointed. The standard of excursions presented by Regent is the highest we have experienced. Well put together and knowledgably presented tours and with none of this pack the buses approach. Always plenty of space on every excursion. On board activity is plentiful with an incomparable Spa and Fitness centre. There is always something going on that guests want to participate in. What really makes Regent head and shoulders above other Cruise Lines is their tremendous staff. From a cleaner to the Captain everyone has a marvellous attitude which inspire the guests on board. There is a spring in their step of sheer enthusiasm, charm and politeness. Secondly, their professionalism and service is second to none. Every staff enjoys their job and it is infectious. That is why we have booked three further cruises with Regent in the next fifteen months. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
Was on Regent last year for Eastern Caribbean and luckily did not repeat(tired of it been doing for too many winters now ) as the hurricane had ruined all the eastern ports. Interesting ports...still like the eastern itinerary ..better, ... Read More
Was on Regent last year for Eastern Caribbean and luckily did not repeat(tired of it been doing for too many winters now ) as the hurricane had ruined all the eastern ports. Interesting ports...still like the eastern itinerary ..better, Too old to go snorkling and do water sports. Weather was terrible except for 2 days. So unusual. Have been traveling in the Caribbean for many years and never encounter this bad weather. Ship's food is outstanding!!!! I liked Chartreuse the best but Compass Rose is not to be sneezed out . They could compete with the best restaurants any place in the world. The service in all the restaurants is without fault. Entertainment for a small ship with a small cast was equally exceptional. Crew members were the friendliest. Working for your pleasure and not for tips. They went out of their way to accommodate any wishes you may have had. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
Of the 22 cruises we have experienced, this was the Best! The entire crew was absolutely first class. Their command of the English language was very impressive. When you are able to communicate as well as have the occasional joke with ... Read More
Of the 22 cruises we have experienced, this was the Best! The entire crew was absolutely first class. Their command of the English language was very impressive. When you are able to communicate as well as have the occasional joke with foreign crews---this certainly enhanced our trip. I was onboard six days before I ever had to ask someone to refill my coffee---an example of how they monitored you and any need you may have! The food in ALL venues was outstanding and the presentation was the same. The entertainment was above the normal usually experienced on smaller ships. Our cabin was beautifully furnished and the bed was so comfortable, it had us searching for make and model... Embarkation and debarkation was easy and expeditious. The experience on this cruise ship was the pinnacle of our travels and we know it will be difficult to surpass in the future. Highly recommend this ship! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: January 2018
Let me say first we have been on several cruises as well as river cruises and we've found Regent to be the best; now we haven't been on Seven Seas but really enjoy ourselves on Regent. I read a couple of the other reviews and ... Read More
Let me say first we have been on several cruises as well as river cruises and we've found Regent to be the best; now we haven't been on Seven Seas but really enjoy ourselves on Regent. I read a couple of the other reviews and I must say the one cramugen that didn't like it and wont be back, has just been spoiled or expects too much or just had some bad luck. I can't say enough good things about this cruise, from Ship to crew to dinning to enrichment lectures. I will say on the entertainment, we usually do not attend the shows that are just the "singers and dancers"....because they [all cruise ships] have singers and dancers. They all are very good at what they do, but after a while it's just the same old thing, just different music... We prefer the individual entertainers.........that's just us. Anyway, we intend to do more Regent cruises for sure, but will go back to Oceania and others just for their variety and itineraries......... Oh one more thing........we really didn't feel like we were separate from the elite, many repeat Regent cruisers any more than any other ship; with Regent, the ships are small and repeat cruisers have a tendency to know some of the crew from past cruises and do get some preferential treatment.......naturally Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
We chose this cruise for our Honeymoon. Prior to boarding the ship we stayed at the Ritz Carlton Bal Harbor, which we highly recommend. The ship was beautiful and we were so impressed by our cabin, Penthouse Suite 819. TV on demand had ... Read More
We chose this cruise for our Honeymoon. Prior to boarding the ship we stayed at the Ritz Carlton Bal Harbor, which we highly recommend. The ship was beautiful and we were so impressed by our cabin, Penthouse Suite 819. TV on demand had great movies and TV Series options. The service was excellent - very attentive. Our room came with a butler, although we really did not know what to do with him, he was still nice to have, and served us breakfast in our room every morning. The Food was absolutely amazing at every restaurant on the ship. We especially loved Chartreuse and Prime 7. But honestly, even the Pool Grill was great. One nice perk of the Penthouse Suite was we were able to book one reservation each at Chartreuse, Prime 7, and Pacific Rim prior to boarding the boat. When we boarded the boat we were not able to book anymore until after our reservations were completed. We booked each for the first three days, and ate at Chartreuse twice, Prime 7 twice, Pacific Rim twice, Sette Mari twice, and Compass Rose three times. In addition to that, we ate at Chartreuse and Prime 7 many times for lunch. Prior to boarding, I decided to book two cooking classes, and I am so happy that I did. They were so much fun. I personally am not into cooking, but my partner is, and I would say we both equally enjoyed both cooking classes. We enjoyed using the gym and infinity pool in Canyon Ranch. Our spa treatments were good, we had two couples massages and pedicures. Our favorite port of call was the private island, Great Stirrup Cay. We did not do any excursions through the ship. Like the other reviews, the internet was not great. I did find the signal to be stronger in the common areas. I was not bothered by this, as I had read the reviews and knew the internet would not be great. We are a same sex couple, and there were several other same sex couples on the ship. We felt very comfortable by how we were treated by staff and other guests. I was surprised at how many guests were 30s-50s age category. Most of the reviews had mentioned the demographics skewed much older. I would say about 1/5th of the guests were under 50. I think the shorter cruises have younger guests, ours was 11 nights. There were many couples on their honeymoon. There were only a handful of very small children (toddlers) and a couple high schoolers, but we did not see any grade school aged children. Getting on and off the ship was easy. Penthouse Suites do not get priority. We did not go to any of the entertainment. Overall everything was excellent, and we can't wait to go back on the Explorer. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
As platinum members with Regent Seven Seas we have enjoyed many cruises on their 3 other ships. Our first experience with the Explorer, on this cruise, was so way over the top luxurious and classy, its in a class by itself. ... Read More
As platinum members with Regent Seven Seas we have enjoyed many cruises on their 3 other ships. Our first experience with the Explorer, on this cruise, was so way over the top luxurious and classy, its in a class by itself. Embarkment - The port changed terminals but guests were not told so we had to find the Explorer. The eventual terminal was poorly staffed and disorganized. They even had us guests standing out in the rain, instead of organizing the scanners further back in the terminal. Not Regents fault but management should insure with the cruise port in Miami not treat their guests so shabbily. The ship - No expense was spared in creating such a beautiful and luxurious ship. On first boarding you see the loving details of this ship. All public rooms are spacious and well appointed. Dining - From the main dining room, specialty dining rooms and the buffet you will get wonderful meals and great attentive staff. We loved all the venues but fell in love with the Asian dining room. Stateroom - We booked an F1 stateroom, and just like all the other Regent ships, the stateroom was roomy, large walk in closet, huge bathroom and larger balcony. All decorated beautifully. Excursions - After last year's hurricane, ports were removed from the itinerary and some folks were disappointed but we had been to all the ports on the itinerary and truly wanted to enjoy our first cruise with the Explorer treating the ship like our own private yacht. We went into each port on our own but for the most part enjoyed the pool area and public rooms. Entertainment - Sadly, Regent has become like so many other cruise companies and provide mediocre in-house entertainment at best. Specialty one night acts are rare. For the price of the cruise you would expect top notch entertainment but sadly, no. We certainly don't enjoy cruising because of the nightly shows. But it would be nice once in a while to have a wow show. Enrichment - What happened on this cruise? So many sea days a truly lousy speakers or lack thereof. Again, poor lecturers are becoming the norm. Overall - We want to sail on the Explorer again and again. The few negative comments here have nothing to do with our wonderful first experience on the Explorer and will no deter us from enjoying the Explorer or her sister ships in the future. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: December 2017
The ship and staff are amazing - There I've said it !! As an ex merchant seaman and part time cruiser I do agree with Regents description of vessel being most luxurious. The staff are very good and attentive. Always willing to chat or ... Read More
The ship and staff are amazing - There I've said it !! As an ex merchant seaman and part time cruiser I do agree with Regents description of vessel being most luxurious. The staff are very good and attentive. Always willing to chat or answer questions The food is really very, very good. I am utterly at a loss when people moan about the food. The presentation, quality and choice is second to none. Always space on the ship with plenty of loungers available - maybe not right next to pool but in other areas - yes. I found all the lectures well presented and enlightening. We only missed one show but all the rest including Irish comedian, Broadway singer, Pianist / Magician, Pianist / Comedian and in house shows were all excellent. The theatre is well appointed but we always went downstairs because visibility from upstairs not the best ( Heard several other comments regarding this ) The cabin was well appointed with plenty of drawers and hanging space ( with plenty of hangers !! ) The bed is wonderful & comfortable with a huge ( in my opinion ) balcony Yes the outside furniture is moved back & covers taken off but it's outside and so they should be for safeties sake whilst at sea .The cabin stewards and room service staff attended to all our requirements brilliantly. We had several hours, one night, of poor weather and yes there were some creaks but HEY it's a vessel and should be expected. Unlike a hotel ashore there was no road noise !! We ate all all restuarants with PRIME 7 our favourite. PACIFIC RIM was also very good. CHARTREUSE was our least favourite with a visit to Italian restuarant a better bet. COMPASS ROSE had a very varied menu and again was very good. Some slight issues with time taken for courses to arrive. However as we always requested a shared table this can sometimes be the reason with some people going through menu and others not. However there is always someone to talk too and BEING ON HOLIDAY - CHILL OUT !!! We made the most of the all inclusive tours and on the whole all were very good. Sometimes marred slightly by age of buses, no room to spread out as all seats full and / or poor guides. Used the spa with our onboard credit and although good was - as always on cruise ships - very expensive. Library was well stocked and daily papers available. All the bars are well appointed with the entertainment therein being good. Did not use boutiques or casino. Only went to one shopping / port presentation but same old !! Finally whether I would sail again on REGENT I'll wait and see. It was very expensive ( For us that is ) and I will have to review the " All inclusive " part to see whether it suits us but will always remain a very enjoyable cruise to remember. My rating refers to cruise, ship & staff BONUS ---- NO PHOTOGRAPHERS HANGING AROUND EVERY CORNER, ASHORE, ETC Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2017
This was cruise #3 with Regent. The experience on the Explorer was the best. Everyone was like the former Cheers show where "everyone knows your name." Amazing memories of staffers who may have only seen you once or twice the ... Read More
This was cruise #3 with Regent. The experience on the Explorer was the best. Everyone was like the former Cheers show where "everyone knows your name." Amazing memories of staffers who may have only seen you once or twice the entire week. Must have access to the photos of cruisers to have those memories. Loved the new ship. If someone couldn't have a good time on the ship, they can't have a good time anywhere. Port visits were intensive. I finally cried uncle after a few days and stayed on the ship for peace and solitude for two of the days. Some of the excursions seemed repetitive. Guides were excellent. Wish the excursions would not start before 9 or 9:30 a.m. Otherwise, it's like going to work and getting up super early to shower, shave, etc., and wolf down breakfast before racing downstairs to the Constellation Theatre to pick up bus number, wait in line to exit the ship, etc. Bartenders were all excellent. Singing duet from Poland (contract singer and keyboard Boogie and Sasha) were excellent. Plus, great and friendly people when I ran into them at port. Room stewards kept the room spotless. Especially impressed by all the restaurants -- specialty or otherwise. Compass Rose is better than most restaurants on land much less the Explorer specialty restaurants. Ship was 100 people under capacity so nothing was too crowded. So much shipboard credit that I had two massages instead of one and still had to burn through money with dry cleaning each day and racing to spend credits in the boutiques on the last two days. Too many great people to single out individually because I did that on the comment cards on the ship. After speaking with people who have been on the other "luxury lines" instead of the hoi polloi lines, Regent has the best bang for the buck on prices all things considered. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2017
We had a great time on the Explorer! The most outstanding thing was the customer service in EVERY aspect! The employees are so personable and nice. Their work ethic is incredible! Our room (Concierge) was spacious and the bed was so ... Read More
We had a great time on the Explorer! The most outstanding thing was the customer service in EVERY aspect! The employees are so personable and nice. Their work ethic is incredible! Our room (Concierge) was spacious and the bed was so comfortable. They came in to clean and make everything perfect twice a day. Anything we requested was immediately attended to. Room service in the middle of the night - no problem. We went on excursions every day with the port-intensive itinerary, so we only attended 2 of the evening shows. We had great dinners every night with unbelievable service and attention. Our favorite was the Pacific Rim. It was over-the-top on food and presentation. All of the restaurants had excellent customer service. We were glad we did the pre-cruise night in Barcelona at the Fairmont so we had a chance to regroup after the international flight. The Business Class air rounded it all up to a truly great vacation! Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2017
We chose this cruise as we wanted to sample the most luxurious ship and like Regent and it went to some unusual attractive ports of call but started in Monaco and ended in Barcelona allowing for stays either end in places we love. We ... Read More
We chose this cruise as we wanted to sample the most luxurious ship and like Regent and it went to some unusual attractive ports of call but started in Monaco and ended in Barcelona allowing for stays either end in places we love. We stayed two nights in Nice prior and one night in Barcelona post cruise. Arrangements for boarding went smoothly at 12.30 and cases were in our room with us by 3pm. We took a concierge cabin as it has more room and it was a special occasion. The ship is spectacular with lots of chandeliers, luxurious carpets, artwork mostly modern though we never noticed the Picasso or Chagall supposed to be there. The cabin was great and had all you might ever want, massive bed, a large walk in wardrobe with safe, and a bathroom with separate bath (with shower head) and shower cubicle. Free LOccitane soap, shower gel shampoo and cream. The TV had a good number of English language channels and you got one free WiFi access for the cabin. The WiFi was awful initially, always slow, crashing or logging you out and a pain when two people wanted to use it at the same time. After advising about this the ship used a different satellite and the crashing stopped and speed improved. There are plenty of places to dine and all offer a good range of choices, though we found breakfast could be improved by offering blueberries raspberries and more sausages (only one or two offered) and more choice of bacon, streaky bacon isn’t a great offer. On the positive side you can have champagne and caviar instead. The dining areas include several outside, with the pool area offering faster food and buffet lunch in La Veranda with champagne and other drinks. In the evening We enjoyed Pacific Rim Asian food one evening and mostly Compass Rose. We prefer the layout on other ships as here there are many partitions closing of four or five tables. In the past we could talk to adjacent tables but not here. The shows we attended were not to our taste with a concert pianist two nights and songs and dance for the others. There is a good range of activities with golf, putting, tennis, shuffle board and bowls on the top deck and a walking track above the outdoor pool. We didn’t see the infinity pool. Service was courteous and friendly, though the captain and officers had a lower profile than on our other Regent Cruises, and a few officers were not so friendly, but the vast majority of staff were. There are only two shops aboard and the obligatory casino. The luxurious theatre has a few seats behind pillars? We visited Livorno, Ajaccio, Cagliari, Mahon, Cartagena, Valencia and found an excellent choice of free excursions on offer, the weather was good and warm with some sun and good sail outs from several. We visited Pisa from Livorno and Cutadella from Mahon doing a tour of Ajaccio and visited Ancient Nora from Cagliari. We did our own thing taking the transfer bus in the other two. A couple of guides were hard to understand, but others were highly knowledgable. The venues were all good though it was a holiday on Mahon so much was closed. The captain had a habit of leaving earlier than scheduled once all were aboard so we missed the Monaco sail out. Our cabin was at the rear and we had a couple of rough nights. Friends below us on deck 7 had to move cabins due to a loud banging noise keeping them awake We would go again, if the price was right, but we preferred our cruise on Voyager. There is nowhere to buy things like razor blades, medicines, bandages, that may be needed, so we had to get them ashore. I do wonder about the lifeboat situation with only four each side, if the ship were to list only one side might launch and with 1300 passengers and crew it could be a big squeeze Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
We have sailed three times on the Voyager and were anxious to sail on the new Explorer. From the moment we were met by Regent at the airport to disembarkation, the serviceand quality in all aspects of the cruise exceeded our ... Read More
We have sailed three times on the Voyager and were anxious to sail on the new Explorer. From the moment we were met by Regent at the airport to disembarkation, the serviceand quality in all aspects of the cruise exceeded our expectations. The transfers from airport to hotel to ship were smooth and efficient. We were greetedon board with champagne, and for the next two weeks enjoyed the friendly, courteous and helpful crew personnel, especially the wait staff, concierge, cruise director and butler. The service was top-notch. We liked the all-inclusiveness of Regent cruises, and thequality of restaurants, entertainment and excursions was the best we've encountered. That includes sailing with Seabourn and Silversea. Not only was the decor in all the public areas of the ship luxurious, but the artwork wasunsurpassed. The Canyon Ranch spa and staff were excellent. We are looking forward to another Mediterranean cruise in October with friends we areanxious to introduce to Regent. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
We chose this cruise because we wanted to try Explorer and thought the ports ideal for us, especially with a Southampton start. We boarded and both said WOW. It really is a fantastic ship. From the artwork to the furnishings and ... Read More
We chose this cruise because we wanted to try Explorer and thought the ports ideal for us, especially with a Southampton start. We boarded and both said WOW. It really is a fantastic ship. From the artwork to the furnishings and crockery. We were 'processed' quickly at 12 noon and then to a delicious buffet lunch. Once the suites were available we unpacked and found we still had spare drawers and cupboards. The room was beautiful, super bathroom with 2 basins, separate shower and bath. Someone had commented earlier that our room (810) had a lot of teething troubles. I'm glad to say that everything had been put right, except what he described as a 50 cent hook replacing a lost one; we mentioned this to Reception and it was changed within an hour. What he failed to add was that the F2 cabin is so spacious. Crew was uniformly brilliant - always a smile. We dined twice in Prime Seven and Chartreuse, once in Sette Mari, and the rest of the time in Compass Rose. Prime Seven just about the best, Compass Rose good too, but we were never disappointed by the choice or the quality. The last dinner in Compass Rose was outstanding. Wine flowed freely, and if we were always offered a wine that was not to our taste we were immediately offered several alternatives. Cruise Critic had organised a Meet and Mingle on Day 2, and we were pleased and surprised that the Master and some senior officers joined us. This was typical of the approachability of everyone on the ship. We don't do many excursions, preferring in general to walk around the town, but those we did take were also well organised. Bilbao was outstanding, mainly because of the Guggenheim Museum, but we love Bordeaux (where we moored right in the middle of the City), Porto and Lisbon. Finally the infinity pool at the Spa deserves a mention. While my wife had a massage I took the opportunity to sit on the aft deck and use the pool as we sailed down the river out of Bordeaux. This was day 4, and I was told I was only the second person to use it - a hidden secret indeed. We can't recommend Regent enough, especially Explorer. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
The greatest joy - short of actually being on a Regent Seven Seas cruise - is the anticipation of that day you embark upon one of the best cruising experiences in the world. The greatest responsibility after your wonderful cruise is to ... Read More
The greatest joy - short of actually being on a Regent Seven Seas cruise - is the anticipation of that day you embark upon one of the best cruising experiences in the world. The greatest responsibility after your wonderful cruise is to try to pay amaige to all the professionals that ensured that every element was on point, every meal was a joy and every day was a life fulfilling experience. Unfortunately, words fail in fully expressing how truly gratifying the decision was to once again trust Regent to deliver the perfect vacation. My wife and I accompanied the RSS Explorer from Stockholm to London. The ship was everything that has been praised in past reviews - and more! You truly feel like you are the crew's primary concern on your own personal mega-yacht. The Explorer is small enough to literally transition from fore-to-aft, atrium-to-pool deck in minutes, yet large enough to feel like no matter where you were, you still felt there was a whole ship to explore. Never was there a crowd at any venue. Always there were options where to grab a bite, to enjoy a drink or to find a calm place to sit and absorb the ambiance of the ship. We had a couple of evenings where the seas were up and you could feel the motion of the seas, but the Explorer always performed excellently and nothing moved from any spot. We were staying in Penthouse "B" Suite 818 which is perfectly located just forward of the atrium elevators/stairs but also secluded enough to be very quiet and peaceful. It was our first exposure to being afforded a Butler and found the experience to be warming and gratifying - but not a necessity. Our butler, Prakash, was never in our way but always present moments after we expressed a need or desire. The high point was Prakash's ability to provide a short notice balcony party for leaving Amsterdam. He setup high end canapés, wine(s) of choice and a semi-formal table setting. Later - it all disappeared like we had been alone in our suite. The layout of the Penthouse suites is unique to the Explorer and has been criticized, but we found it comfortable and functional. The walkin closet is sufficient for any cruise lasting up to 16-20 days. The dining venues were all exceptional - including in-suite - and match your mood at the moment. All were equal in quality and service but these subtle points are noted: Compass Rose was an enjoyable option for Breakfast or Dinner. The very competent Matire'de, Alen, and his staff always provided a welcoming atmosphere and excellent service. Alen repositioned himself at lunchtime to the La Veranda and did a equally good job of overseeing the mostly buffet venue. La Veranda was always our choice for lunch as long as we were able to return from an excursion in time. The Pool Grill which is in operation until 4:00 was a suitable option if La Veranda was missed. In addition to the buffet line offerings they also offer sandwiches and burgers to order and small entrees. One small criticism of a venue is that the portions are extra large and difficult to finish unless you limit the anti-pasti and bread, and still, might be too much. Of the specialty restaurants, the best was Prime 7 and least enjoyed was Pacific Rim - mostly because it is Asian inspired rather than authentic Asian cuisine. So, you can expect to be offered similar fare to other restaurants but with an Asian sauce. Example: Korean barbecue Lamb Chops... That didn't workout like someone might have intended. Chartreuse was a true joy - closely paring in satisfaction to Prime 7. The Coffee Connection seemed to always be ready to fill the void if you were peckish or in need of a craft coffee drink. Martina was an artist making Irish Coffees and Russian Chocolate concoctions. The Coffee Connection was also a perfect express breakfast option. We didn't hit all the production and featured performances presented in the Constellation Theatre but those we did attend were very well performed any very enjoyable. An outstanding performance one night was presented by our Cruise Director Andy Heath and his Social Hostess wife Tammy. Both are accomplished singers and were ever present throughout the cruise as the inspiration for enjoying life to its fullest. As I already stated, the services received in all the venues was exemplary and many of the staff went even above and beyond that to ensure that the passengers were very well cared for. Honestly, I can't think of any of the crew that failed in performance and maybe only one that might have needed more polishing. The ship's itinerary was " Port Intensive " with only one 'Sea Day' out of the twelve days aboard. Helsinki Finland was experienced at a leisurely pace, visiting the town market and other venues in the area. The food was interesting - if not challenging. Who knew smelt can be cooked so many ways? Saint Petersburg, which we spent three days/two nights was a treasure trove of history, architecture and culture. The Russian people treated us warmly and we were impressed with their openness and candor. On the second day my wife and I fulfilled a lifelong goal of visiting Moscow. Although this was a Regent Choice excursion and was an additional fee, it was the best 18 hours of my life. Four hours on a high-speed train to Moscow, paired with visits to the Kremlin, Red Square, the Metro Station as well as other venues filled the day with memorable sights, sounds and tastes. Visiting the previous Soviet States of Estonia (Tallinn) and Latvia (Riga) offered further insight to the wonderful people and culture of that region. Copenhagen and Amsterdam offered us beautiful vistas of wonderful architecture and quaint canals. Brussels was equally welcoming and we enjoyed experiencing the brews and concoctions of the country. The last and disembarkation port was Southampton UK which lead us to London for two nights which was a couple of nights too few to see and experience this cosmopolitan city. Saw a bunch, didn't get to experience enough. The 12 night cruise was a pleasure to take and Regent did an outstanding job. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2017
We wanted to try an all inclusive cruise and we loved the port intensive itinerary for our Baltic Sea cruise. We booked a F1 Superior Suite . On past cruises with Oceania and Celebrity we usually book a Concierge Suite or a Penthouse ... Read More
We wanted to try an all inclusive cruise and we loved the port intensive itinerary for our Baltic Sea cruise. We booked a F1 Superior Suite . On past cruises with Oceania and Celebrity we usually book a Concierge Suite or a Penthouse Suite. We were delighted when we entered our suite on the EXPLORER to find that a Superior Suite on Regent is not only equal in size but surpasses Penthouse suites or Concierge Class on other ships. It had a walk in closet, a large bathroom with double sinks, a bathtub and shower. We also had an oversized balcony. The ship itself is beautiful, so tastefully decorated and very comfortable. We tried al the dining options and all were equally excellent. Our room Stewards were courteous, and so helpful. They made sure we had everything we asked for and they even anticipated our needs. If our wine bottle was half empty, they put another bottle i our room and kept our refrigerator stocked with ice and soft drinks each day. We highly recommend the Explorer and Regent.. It was a wonderful experience. We hope to do another cruise in the future. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
What can I say. Everything about this cruise was fantastic. Our F1 cabin was luxurious. The bathroom with a tub and shower and double vanity was wonderful. The large stateroom was great and the king bed was very comfy. The food was ... Read More
What can I say. Everything about this cruise was fantastic. Our F1 cabin was luxurious. The bathroom with a tub and shower and double vanity was wonderful. The large stateroom was great and the king bed was very comfy. The food was exceptional, especially in the specialty restaurants and they have three. We ate in all three and they were all great. We especially liked Chartreuse, the French Restaurant. The premium alcohol was very, very nice. You can get just about any type of drink you want and it is included. We enjoyed the cafe with all of the specialty coffees every day. The crew was great and sailing was very, very smooth. Everyone of the tours that we took was exceptional. The Ballet and the Evening Of The Tsars in St. Petersburg were the best, although there was an extra charge for both of them. If you go on this cruise, you must do both of those. The extra charge is well worth it. We also liked the itinerary very, very much. My wife and I also had great massages on board. And we loved having the unlimited wifi included. We used it all of the time. I cannot say enough about Regent and this cruise. This was our first Regent cruise, but it will not be our last. We will definitely sail with them again soon. Read Less
8 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
Bottom line: Incredible cruise but with a few hitches (some Regent related, most not) Boarding Explorer is always a rush for me. To my eye, it’s the most beautiful ship in the Regent fleet. I feel like the transfer and boarding was ... Read More
Bottom line: Incredible cruise but with a few hitches (some Regent related, most not) Boarding Explorer is always a rush for me. To my eye, it’s the most beautiful ship in the Regent fleet. I feel like the transfer and boarding was a bit rushed and just a little crowded. Nothing ‘bad’ really, just seemed a tad less luxury than it could have been. And of course, once we got our key cards we still had to wait a while for the cabins to be ready. No worries – a couple of cocktails and a light snack always fill that time for us. Once we got the all-clear, we went to our cabin and started unpacking. We were in 612 and my in-laws were in 611 (although they’re right above some lifeboat davits, could be noisy in tender ports if they use those particular boats). Great locations on these cabins, just aft of the forward elevators and an easy walk down to Reception, Destination Services, etc. Ship. I'm biased, I know. We've sailed on all four of Regent's current ships and we feel that Explorer is probably their best. The décor tends toward dark (dark woods, heavy furniture) but we like this - it's like being in a club environment. The layout is nice (with a few minor exceptions - aft staircase, access to the infinity pool, etc.) and everything is easily accessible. Cabin. We were in a D Concierge cabin. These cabins are physically the same as the E and F cabins but we chose the Concierge cabin to take advantage of the one night pre-cruise hotel. They also offer some additional amenities (binoculars, cashmere lap blankets, espresso machine, etc.) but we really didn't use those. We usually choose an F2 and those are awesome, too. The D/E/F cabins have an ocean facing bed, huge closet, double sink vanity, and a separate tub and shower with a rainfall head. Nice. Cabin service was fantastic. Dining. Subjective, I know, but I thought the service in Compass Rose was impeccable. I love the new menu and honestly, if you can’t find something you enjoy on board, I don’t think it’s the ship’s fault. Between the four of us, we couldn’t agree on a favorite specialty restaurant. We liked them all, but we all had our favorites. The only places I saw any issues with service were the Pool Bar/Grill (a continuing sore spot, I’m afraid) and to a lesser extent in La Veranda. Even when it wasn’t busy, water would go unfilled, orders would get jumbled, etc. Not often, mind you – but enough to be noticeable. Entertainment. Also subjective. I only attended a few shows, and these were good. Not great, but not terrible. They had some talented singers and dancers, and some who were, well, enthusiastic. Krew Kapers was (as always) my favorite show - front row seats so we could cheer on our favorite crew members! Excursions. Hit and miss. Mostly hits. Most were good, but frankly, sometimes it’s difficult to tell the included excursions from the Regent Choice excursions. Some we were on were great and we said ‘Wow, this is worth every penny’, only to find out it was an included tour, while others were ‘Meh, this is okay’ and then saw that we’d paid extra for it. I’d still rather see Regent limit both the number of passengers on each bus and the number of buses they send to any one location. I know that’s not really feasible with ‘included’ excursions, but sometimes it just cheapens the experience a bit. Disembarkation. Was a little bit of a mess due to a late arrival (medical evac the night before) and rainy weather on arrival. But the luggage porters were very professional and helped most everyone with their luggage with a smile. The end of a cruise is always a bit of a sad time and it can be made worse if disembarkation is a cluster, but this one went as smoothly as could be expected. The general feeling is that this was one of our best cruises ever, which is saying a lot considering how we got off to a bit of a rocky start with the missing luggage and cancelled flights (which Regent was incredible about following up on!) Not sure when our next one will be, but hopefully it will be soon. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
We chose this cruise due to its unique Itinerary. We've had enough of St. Petersburg, which dominates the other Scandinavian cruises. We had never been to Iceland, the Faroe Islands or the Shetland Islands, or most of the other stops ... Read More
We chose this cruise due to its unique Itinerary. We've had enough of St. Petersburg, which dominates the other Scandinavian cruises. We had never been to Iceland, the Faroe Islands or the Shetland Islands, or most of the other stops in Norway, Denmark or Sweden. My wife has never seen Norway. We loved Explorer during our Panama Canal New Year's cruise at the beginning of the year. It sails superbly, even in rough weather. Explorer is one of our three favorite cruise ships, the others being Oceania Riviera and Marina (whence came Explorer's wonderful teaching kitchen, pan-Asian restaurant, and spa layout). Voyager and Mariner would come next on our list. The infinity pool is underutilized; people seem not to realize it's open to everyone. We went through the Panama Canal from there; far better view than from the Observation Lounge one criticism is the infrared "sauna," which isn't close to being hot enough for sauna lovers. Also, running out of aqavit on a Scandinavian cruise is inexcusable! Food and service were excellent. We favor Pacific Rim and Prime 7, but Chartreuse was very popular too, though there is a strong split opinion; we much prefer Jacques on Oceania). Compass Rose is far better than the MDR on Oceania, but try to get a table in the quieter back rooms. One secret is the superb authentic Irish Coffee made in the Cafe. Entertainment as good, especially the British comedian. Smithsonian lecturer was knowledgeable but a very mediocre monotone speaker; Regent needs to find more dynamic speakers. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2017
Fortunately for us our inclusive pre-cruise hotel in Reykjavik was in a great location in the old town, however talking to many of our fellow passengers it appears we were very lucky and most were in hotels some distance from the city ... Read More
Fortunately for us our inclusive pre-cruise hotel in Reykjavik was in a great location in the old town, however talking to many of our fellow passengers it appears we were very lucky and most were in hotels some distance from the city centre. Taking advantage of our pre-cruise time we took a privately arranged Golden Circle Tour, which despite the so-so weather was an amazing day out giving a great introduction to the history and geology of Iceland. Embarkation was by far the worse we have ever experienced with a huge queue outside on the dock before check-in. Fortunately the weather was ok as that wait would have been horrible in the rain. However, once onboard with a glass of champagne and efficient check-in, the wait was quickly forgotten. This was our second cruise on the Explorer, the first being one of the early cruises post launch in 2016. On that cruise we felt the majority of the cruise staff were very inexperienced with many of the waiting staff making the most basic of mistakes. Fortunately a year on, service is much improved with the majority of bar and restaurant staff being highly competent and even remembering preferred drinks after a couple of evenings. The itinerary was fantastic with 2 other ports in Iceland, then onto Faroe Islands and the Shetlands followed by 3 days experiencing the Norwegian fjords, along with ports of call of Skagen, Oslo and Gothenburg before disembarking in Copenhagen. The choice of excursions at each port ranges from sedentary bus tours to active cycling or hiking tours. They are well organised and usually led by informative and entertaining guides. Group size is limited and we’ve never felt the size to be too large to be able to fully enjoy ourselves. There is an excellent choice of restaurants, all of them of extremely high quality. Our least favourite is the evening Italian restaurant Sette Mari where service can be quite chaotic, with either rushed or desperately slow service. It’s very popular so would be better if this was a reservation only restaurant to avoid the long queues or if the weather doesn’t allow for outside dining consider opening up the whole of the restaurant. At least one of the speciality restaurants is open at lunchtime which makes for a relaxed change from the more usual buffet fare available at the Pool or La Veranda. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2017
This cruise took us from Iceland, through the Faroe and Shetland Islands, to Norway, Sweden, and ending in Copenhagen. What a wonderful experience - we will find it difficult to “go back” to regular cruising. The service was ... Read More
This cruise took us from Iceland, through the Faroe and Shetland Islands, to Norway, Sweden, and ending in Copenhagen. What a wonderful experience - we will find it difficult to “go back” to regular cruising. The service was outstanding, drinks were generous and ubiquitous, our cabin was so luxurious that we didn’t mind spending time in it, excursions were informative and geared to the capabilities of the “over 55” set that is the primary passenger profile. Beautiful ship with original artwork, glass sculptures, etc. Only complaint is that, since airfare is included, they make the arrangements, and you have no say in your air itinerary unless you pay a $175pp fee. Domestic airfare is coach, not what you expect for a luxury line that transports you in Business Class for overseas travel. Our next cruise leaves Miami and ends up in San Francisco - we don’t expect to have to travel coach cross-country, and the cost for upgrade is very high. The rebate if you choose not to use their airfare is not enough to cover travel cost. We do like the convenience and security of using them to book air, but wish that they would just include travel arrangements that are suitable for a luxury vacation for ALL of their cruises.. We did have to stand outside in a cold wind with slight rain, waiting to embark onto the ship. Other passengers told us that having to stand in line out in the cold (and it’s cold in Iceland even in August) was not normal. Did not like that. Hotel in Reykjavik was poor, but they are building more new ones all around. Our room was small, no A/C so we had to keep the window open even in the rain, listening to the traffic below. Mold in the shower. I suggest RSSC find a better hotel there or get the Blue to improve. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
This was our first trip on Regent, and we were very pleased that it was on their newest ship. We are Oceania cruisers, which will probably always be our first choice. However we picked this one because we wanted to see as much as ... Read More
This was our first trip on Regent, and we were very pleased that it was on their newest ship. We are Oceania cruisers, which will probably always be our first choice. However we picked this one because we wanted to see as much as possible of Iceland and Greenland, and Regent's itin made three stops in both countries, which was the most I could find on any cruise line. It was a fabulous trip, and met all of our expectations. It's an under-appreciated part of the world. The ship is beautiful. Loved the artwork around the Explorer. Both Oceania and Regent have figured out how to hire the right people....to a person, they were friendly and helpful. Our F-1 Superior Suite was spacious, with lots of storage space and a large bathroom with dual sinks, and a separate tub and shower. On Oceania we usually book a Concierge level cabin; this one was the equivalent. Regent doesn't have a Concierge lounge like Oceania has on their larger ships, which my husband has enjoyed in the early morning before I'm ready to go for the day. The onboard lecturer was excellent...I think Regent hires from a Smithsonian group of lecturers. He was a good speaker, as well as knowing his stuff. Our favorite part was never having to sign for anything...it's already been paid for upfront. Although I must admit putting the final payment on the credit card did make my heart beat a little faster! The food was good; both my hubby and I think Oceania's food is a little bit better. But the restaurants are lovely, with excellent menus, and delightful staff. We enjoyed not having to order and pay for wine with dinner...there were always many choices. Oceania is famous for their Gelato choices. Regent has The Creamery at the buffet near the pool, but it falls quite short by comparison. (The first 4 choices were always vanilla, chocolate, strawberry and neopolitian. Come on...you can do better than that!) Most of the 'free' shore excursions were 2-4 hours. I usually would prefer longer shore excursions, and on Oceania we often make plans for independent shore excursions with other passengers via the Cruise Critic Roll Calls, mainly because Oceania's excursions are rediculously over-priced. But in this part of the world where the ports have small populations, there aren't a lot of choices. So we were happy with the ship's excursions in this case. I probably wouldn't have been if we had cruised the Med. The average age of the passengers seemed to be in the upper 70's or older, and maybe they are perfectly happy with shorter tours! As on most smaller ships, the entertainment isn't as lavish or as extensive as it is on the big ships. That's not a problem for us; I love the shows with the singers and dancers, and my husband graciously accompanies me. We avoid magicians like the plague. We've probably missed some good ones! I think we attended four shows on the 15 day trip. We stayed four more nights in Reyjavik after disembarkation, which I would highly recommend. It's a marvelous city, with lots to see and do, including day trips out of the city. (Take piles of money...Iceland is an expensive destination! Credit cards were accepted everyplace, including the taxis.) It's difficult for me to understand how anyone could complain about this ship. It's pure luxury! But some people are just more difficult to please. Overall, it was a fabulous experience. Read Less
20 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
My wife and I did the 10 day Baltic cruise from Copenhagen to Stockholm. We are not experienced cruisers - we had only been on one short Carnival Ecstasy cruise in 2007. Regent's Explorer provides a far superior experience. Bottom ... Read More
My wife and I did the 10 day Baltic cruise from Copenhagen to Stockholm. We are not experienced cruisers - we had only been on one short Carnival Ecstasy cruise in 2007. Regent's Explorer provides a far superior experience. Bottom line: the Explorer is beautiful and the service is top-notch. Embarkation was initially a little bumpy - we had stayed at a hotel arranged by Regent and rode the 12:10pm bus to the port to discover a really long line. The initial passport check took 40 minutes. After that, the rest of the checkin process went smoothly. We talked with a couple who took a different approach to embarkation: they stayed at a Regent hotel and used the bus to transport their luggage. But they enjoyed the afternoon in Copenhagen and then had a taxi take them to the ship at about 3pm and they experienced no lines. In general the food was delicious. We ate at La Veranda most days for breakfast and lunch and then Compass Rose for supper. The food was not overly spicy but was not bland either. Our only complaint about Compass Rose was the noise level - it gets really loud which diminishes the ambience a bit. Noise was never a problem in any of the other restaurants and we tried them all: Prime 7, Chartreuse, Sette Mari, and Pacific Rim. We found that as a general rule Regent's food service staff will accommodate just about any request. If you want an appetizer-sized portion of an entree, they can make that happen. Or if you enjoy an entree so much that you want a second helping, they will bring it to you - I requested seconds on the scallops one night at Compass Rose. Regarding the Regent excursions, I've seen reviews complaining about overcrowded buses, which we did not encounter. The problem we had was that the quality of the guides on the Regent excursions varied dramatically. A secondary issue was the scheduling of the Regent excursions: in most of the ports, it was only possible to go on one of Regent's excursions because they schedule all excursions to leave with an hour of each other. But the most important factor regarding excursions is: are you cruising to enjoy the ship or to spend time in the ports? For ports where you really want to learn about the city and make the best use of your time, arrange a private guide in advance. That's what we did in St. Petersburg and Stockholm and we are very glad that we did. A few other things: 1. Ships in general are not designed for tall people. I am 6'5" (195cm) and in the public rooms (restaurants, bars, etc) that was never a problem on the Explorer. And thankfully the shower stall in our cabin had adequate head room. But walking the hallways on the decks that have cabins was a bit dicey. And since our room was all the way aft, the hallway slopes up slightly, leaving less head room, so I could not actually stand up straight outside our door without banging my head on the light fixture. 2. There are laundry facilities available and Regent even provides soap. If Regent does your laundry for you, the prices are similar to what you would pay in a hotel: starting at $1.95 for socks and going up to $8.95 for slacks. 3. Reservations for the premium restaurants, Regent excursions, and spa services should be made in advance to guarantee you get the days/times that you want. The restaurant and excursion reservations are easily done through the Regent web site but I was not able to find a way to make spa reservations online. All in all, a great trip. Everything about it lived up to Regent's luxury reputation. The staff was always helpful, cheerful, and attentive. We've never really thought of ourselves as "cruise people," but if we cruise again it will be on Regent. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: June 2017
This was our second cruise on the Explorer. Our previous one was when the ship was "young" - fall, 2016. We were so impressed that we chose another cruise 8 months later. In addition, the itinerary fit our vacation plans. After ... Read More
This was our second cruise on the Explorer. Our previous one was when the ship was "young" - fall, 2016. We were so impressed that we chose another cruise 8 months later. In addition, the itinerary fit our vacation plans. After spending several days in Norway, we boarded the ship in Stockholm. Embarkation was very smooth. We arrived at about 2 PM and within a half hour were relaxing in our cabin, with luggage delivered. If only the airlines were so prompt! The ship was in perfect condition, with everything polished and clean. Service was outstanding, from the cabin staff to the restaurants to the spa and gym. The ship traveled smoothly, even on the one night when the Baltic was rather rough. The lecturer was interesting and informative, especially with regard to Russian history. Entertainment was still spotty (see our previous review). This is not a 1980 Las Vegas crowd. Food was good to excellent. We had meals in all three specialty restaurants. Compass Rose was fine, as were Prime 7 and the French restaurant. Pacific Rim was somewhat disappointing. This was American Chinese food - OK for someone from a tiny town I suppose, but for us it was boring. And the wait staff, who were non-Asian, were clueless about the food. We chose Regent shore excursions and they were excellent. While the excursions often depend on the tour leader, we must have lucked out as the leaders were uniformly good. All in all, a five-star experience, as advertised. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2017
We were on the Explorer from June 3 to June 14th and had a wonderful time. The ship is stunning and the itinerary was very good. We loved our Penthouse Cabin 948 with its' fabulous bathroom! The beds are so comfortable, the room ... Read More
We were on the Explorer from June 3 to June 14th and had a wonderful time. The ship is stunning and the itinerary was very good. We loved our Penthouse Cabin 948 with its' fabulous bathroom! The beds are so comfortable, the room beautifully furnished, and we really liked the big balcony with sectional sofa and a table with chairs. Besides Compass Rose, where we had some trouble getting our meal and/or a server to pay attention to us (to the point where we had to leave the restaurant and find coffee and tea at another venue) we found all the restaurants truly wonderful, both with food and service. We really liked the entertainment and the Cruise Director was fabulous with a fun personality. The Ports were great; unfortunately we had some really bad weather at one tender port, Edinburgh, and had a very rough and uncomfortable tender ride. One of our last ports in Ireland - Cork/Cobh was cancelled because we could not get a tug boat escort out of Liverpool until late in the evening not leaving enough time at Cork/Cobh to allow for time at that port- we were very disappointed when that occurred. However, we enjoyed all of our excursions, but especially the Giants Causeway and Dartmouth River Cruise/Steam Train round robin. On all of our tours, the bus drivers and tour guides were helpful and informative. I especially liked the fact that we were not "jammed" into full coaches on any of our excursions making our travels more comfortable and enjoyable. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2017
We were on Regent's 11-day cruise around the British Isles, aboard their newest ship, the 700 passenger Explorer. First time on Regent - our previous cruises had been on Seabourn, a close competitor in the luxury cruise market. ... Read More
We were on Regent's 11-day cruise around the British Isles, aboard their newest ship, the 700 passenger Explorer. First time on Regent - our previous cruises had been on Seabourn, a close competitor in the luxury cruise market. Sailed in and out of Southampton. Overall, a great experience, in spite of having to put up with rainy days in several ports and losing one port due to bad weather. The Explorer is advertised as the most luxurious cruise ship ever built. Think of it as a Las Vegas hotel - the decor is heavy on glitz and glimmer. On board, the experience is similar to traveling with Seabourn - spacious cabins (we had a F2 room), attentive service, great food, decent entertainment. Unlike Seabourn, the shore excursions were included (along with Business Class air). The tours were all excellent - Regent does an excellent job of lining up quality local tour guides. We especially enjoyed the choices available for dinner - besides the large main dining room, the Explorer offers 4 other specialty restaurants - Italian, French, Steak and Asia (the later three required reservations). While the main dining room seemed a step down from Seabourn, the three reservation-only restaurants were terrific. And occasionally, they were open for lunch without reservations - a nice treat! One can always quibble about something or other - here are my complaints: - Disembarkment for port excursions - at the start of the cruise, you get tickets for all the excursions you've signed up for. The day of, you are required to go down to the theatre and exchange your ticket for a numbered pass and then wait around for your group number to be called. This was terribly annoying and far from a first-class experience. On Seabourn, you just walk off the ship at the time your excursion is scheduled. - No outdoor viewing areas at the front of the ship - as someone who takes a lot of pictures during a trip, this was quite annoying. Whomever thought this was a good design should check out the Seabourn ships, which have 3 levels of outdoor viewing areas at the front of the ship. - Cabin seating - there are spots for 3 people to sit in the cabins - two on the sofa and on chair. So if you want to invite another couple to your room for drinks or a movie, you are out of luck. By comparison, Seabourn's cabins have seating for four. In spite of my complaints, I would book another cruise on the Regent Explorer for the right itinerary. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: April 2017
WE chose this cruise as we were flying into Rome and needed to get to Lisbon and the itinerary had most places we have never visited or were on our hit list of places to see. Our cabin was fantastic, the bed great and the bathroom ... Read More
WE chose this cruise as we were flying into Rome and needed to get to Lisbon and the itinerary had most places we have never visited or were on our hit list of places to see. Our cabin was fantastic, the bed great and the bathroom outstanding. We have travelled with Regent before and were looking forward to trying the new ship. This turned out to be an excellent choice. The excursions we did were outstanding from the Tuscan towns of Siena and San Gimigano, Our Monaco tour of the Villa De Rothschild ( this was one of our best tours ever), the small provence town of St Remy De Provence, Valencia, Barcelona and Monserrat and Lisbon. We didn't particularly enjoy Gibraltar but this wasn't Regents fault. We enjoyed a great magic show and a 60s night. But the food was what we enjoyed the most. We just love Prime 7 it has always been our best meal but all meals were great. The service was always outstanding from the cabin staff to the waiting staff, it made for a great holiday. We even booked another cruise while on the ship. Read Less
Seven Seas Explorer Ratings
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Cabins 5.0 0.0
Dining 5.0 0.0
Entertainment 4.0 0.0
Public Rooms 5.0 0.0
Fitness Recreation 4.0 0.0
Family 3.0 0.0
Shore Excursion 4.0 0.0
Enrichment 4.5 0.0
Service 5.0 0.0
Value For Money 3.5 0.0
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