Seven Seas Voyager
Built 2003, T. Mariotti Genoa, Italy
Tonnage 42 363 GT
Length 206,50 m
Width 28,80 m
Draft 7,10 m
2 Wärtsilä diesels, combined 16 600 kW
2 bow thruster
Speed 20 knots
Seven Seas Voyager is the to-date newest addition to the fleet of Regent Seven Seas Cruises (previously Radisson Seven Seas Cruises, formed in a merger of Seven Seas Cruise Line and Radisson Diamond Cruises in 1994. Radisson and Seven Seas parted ways in 2006 and Radisson Seven Seas Cruises became Regent Seven Seas Cruises). Seven Seas Voyager was built to the same hull design as the company's previous newbuilding Seven Seas Mariner, but with a completely different-shaped and more nicely streamlined superstructure. In keeping with Regent Seven Seas Cruises' styling of themselves as a luxury brand (though the ship is ranked at "only" 4+ stars by Berlitz), all cabins on the ship have private balconies and are designated as suites.
Photographs below are of the Seven Seas Voyager departing Helsinki West Harbour on 10 July 2010, taken once again from Vattuniemi. Click on the images to view full size.