Radisson Seven Seas Cruises

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Radisson Seven Seas Cruises

Radisson Seven Seas Cruises offer an unforgetable experience in sumptuous surroundings on a majestic fleet of cruise ships. These delightful ships feature exquisite service, generous staterooms with abundant amenities, a variety of dining options, and cooking classes taught by renowned Cordon Bleu chefs.

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Guests are greeted with champagne upon boarding and you'll be tempted to abandon any thoughts of going to bed at a sensible hour. There are dazzling live performances, thrilling games of chance, romantic cabaret acts, hilarious (and sometimes quite talented) Karaoke performances, plus dancing until you drop.

Waiters recruited from some of the world's finest restaurants and hotels provide the renowned "Above & Beyond" service. A choice of fine, complimentary wine is poured nightly.

A classically French a la carte restaurant operated under the auspices of Le Cordon BleuŽ. Le Cordon Bleu is undoubtedly the most famous culinary school in the world today and the Radisson Seven Seas Cruises have the only restaurants at sea today operated by Le Cordon Bleu chefs.


Alaska, Antarctica, Bermuda, Caribbean and Mexico, Europe and Mediterranean, Grand Asia Pacific, Scandinavia and Russia, South America, Panama Canal, Tahiti and South Pacific, World Cruise.

Radisson Seven Seas Fleet

The newest all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Voyager, her sister ship the Seven Seas Mariner, the all-suite Seven Seas Navigator and the French Polynesian Paul Gauguin.

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