The all suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Voyager sets high standards for luxurious summer cruising in Northern Europe
By Kevin Chaffee
Transatlantic travel buffs are fiercely devoted to the long ocean passage. Cruising, they say, is merely an annoying interruption of a leisurely voyage (don’t even ask about the “ticky, tacky, tourist traps” along the way). As a seven-time ocean liner veteran who had “crossed” but never “cruised,” I boarded Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ (RSCC) Seven Seas Voyager in Copenhagen for a seven-night sail to five historic Baltic ports with some trepidation. Suffice it to say that I was completely won over by the superb accommodations and public rooms, friendly service, and thoughtful itineraries all along the way.