Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Ship
Six hundred and seventy feet long and over 90ft wide, the Seven Seas Voyager Cruise can accommodate up to 700 guests and about 450 crew members. It was built in 2003 and has nine passenger decks. The Seven Seas Voyager Cruise Ship is the world's first all-suite, all-balcony ship and also the first to offer dining by the famed Le Cordon Bleu of Paris in Signatures. It is one of the four single, open-seating restaurants.
The Seven Seas Voyager has a calm pool and lots of deck space for sun bathing. Guests can enjoy their food at four diverse dining areas, participate in entertainment and onboard activities and spend quality time at the fitness center and spa.
For those who are computer and internet illiterate, there are onboard computer classes. If you're interested in playing bridge, then head to the card room for a class by a certified Master Bridge instructor who will coach you. Digital Photography is also taught to guests. Le Cordon Bleu Workshops are available on select sailings. It includes hands-on experience taught by chefs trained in the Le Cordon Bleu method of classic French cooking. An extra fee is charged for this exclusive course.
For eighteen days, you can start your trip in Dubai and also travel to Port Qaboos, Cruise the Arabian Sea, Cruise the Indian Ocean, Bombay, Mormugao, Cruise the Coast of India, Colombo, GALLEE, TRINCOMALEE, Madras, Cruise the Andaman Sea, Phuket, Cruise the Strait of Malacca and Singapore.
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