The "Best of the Best" Around the World
Note: The Voyager World Cruise Ended in April 28, 2006

January 10 to April 28, 2006
All travelers with a sense of adventure dream of a world cruise.  Now you can embark on a journey to match your imagination aboard the all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Voyager.  Naturally the best way to experience its sweeping scope is in its entirety on the full 108-night World Cruise, however shorter segments are available. You'll depart from Los Angeles for over three months of in-depth discovery combined with peerless, six-star luxury.  Enjoy multi-day adventures to some of the world's great wonders:  the Taj Mahal, Ayer's Rock, the Great Wall of China - even the unspoiled jewels of reclusive Myanmar.  And we also offer a host of exclusive events ashore with our compliments.  It is all part of our philosophy of providing not only an ultra-luxury cruise experience, but one that offers authentic cultural insights simply not available on an ordinary cruise or an ordinary cruise line.   
Explore the World in Luxury
  Los Angeles to Sydney 
Enjoy 23 nights of romantic bliss on this idyllic cruise through the South Pacific. You'll spend a week in paradise: Tahiti & French Polynesia, the perfect destination to celebrate honeymoons and other milestone events. Then on to the wonders Down Under.


  Sydney to Hong Kong 
This adventurous itinerary sweeps across two hemispheres to a breathtaking succession of thrilling sights. Wind around the remote west coast of Australia and to the fabled islands of the Java Sea - heavenly Bali and exotic Borneo, the third largest island in the world.
  Hong Kong to Singapore 
Vietnam in-depth, with its ancient treasures, emerald landscapes and Saigon's free-wheeling entrepreneurialism. Plus three great cities of Asia: Hong Kong, Singapore & Bangkok.
  Singapore to Dubai 
The modern-day miracle of Singapore, the bejeweled pagodas of Burma, golden Goa, pink Jaipur and the dazzling Taj Mahal - from the moghuls and maharajahs of India to the modern oasis of Dubai, the wonders never cease on this 16-night voyage.
Dubai to Rome  Special Feature: "Kitchen Cabaret" at the Latitudes Restaurant Starring Amapola and the Phil Torres Trio (Deo, Manny and Phil) and Kitchen Cabaret Crew/Staff

Sail through the Red Sea to the legends of the ancients: Luxor & the Valley of the Kings, the hidden red city of Petra, the crusader's fortress in Malta and eternal glories of Rome. Plus a maiden call at Tripoli - one of the most exotic destinations on the planet. Legends of the ancients are etched across the sands of Egypt. Mirage-like monoliths loom in the dry desert heat and giant tombs still stand, built to guard powerful pharaohs on their journey to the afterlife. Follow the Frankincense Route to the myths and monuments of ages past.  Witness the great temples and tombs of Luxor and Karnak. Cross the desert to Petra, a great city carved from the rock and glowing red and pink in the setting sun. See the Great Pyramid that looms near the Nile and stand before the inscrutable Sphinx. The remarkable crusader's fortress in Valletta, ancient Pompeii and the stunning scenery of the Amalfi Coast - even exotic Tripoli are yours on this 18-night voyage. 
Rome to Ft. Lauderdale 
Special Feature: "Spanish Bodega" at the Latitudes Restaurant Starring Amapola, and the Phil Torres Trio (Deo, Manny and Phil) and featuring dancer, Aisha.

Seven Seas Voyager will spend the better part of her final segment meandering in leisurely fashion across the Mediterranean and Atlantic. We say it is time well spent. So will you. During your leisurely days at sea, you'll have time to do  - or not to do - as you please. So treat yourself accordingly. Indulge in the soothing ministrations of the Carita Spa. Join our exclusive Le Cordon Bleu workshop. Sharpen your Bridge game. Attend one of our stimulating seminars, or two, or three. We'll call at a bevy of beautiful ports including Monte Carlo on the Cote d'Azur, the great Catalan capital of Barcelona with its fantasy Gaugi architecture, and Malaga, gateway to the Moorish Alhambra in Granada. Sip Madeira in Madeira. Golf on the emerald greens of Bermuda. Then disembark in Ft. Lauderdale, the "Venice of North America." Welcome home.
  The Full Circle 
Of course, the best way to experience a world cruise is in its entirety. After all, the whole is more than the sum