Seven Sea Voyager was the last to return to service.
Regent Seven Sea has completed the restart of its five-ship fleet with the return to service today of Seven Seas Voyager today in Europe.
The ten-night, destination-intensive voyage departs Civitavecchia, the cruise port for Rome, and features calls in ten ports across Spain, Italy, and France.
With Barcelona the cruise’s final destination, she will also visit Cagliari, Ajaccio, Livorno, Villefranche, Marseille, Mahón and Palma de Mallorca.
Included in its summer program, the Voyager is offering additional itineraries in the Mediterranean and the Canary Islands through the end of May.
In early June, the ship repositions to Northern Europe, for a series of cruises to the British Island, Iceland, the Baltic, Scandinavia, and more.
The Seven Seas Voyager originally entered service in 2003.
The all-suite, all-balcony ship offers an ultra-luxury cruising experience, with an all-inclusive product that focuses on high-end culinary and service.
In 2016, the vessel received a major refit as part of a $125 million refurbishment program that aimed to bring the entire Regent fleet to the same standards of the company’s latest new build, the 2016-built Seven Seas Explorer.