I'm looking at trying out a suite for the first time (7 previous cruises). Looking at a Celebrity Millenium Sky suite vs. Zuiderdam entry level suite vs. Norweigen Crown Penthouse (actually their best room overall) vs. any room on the Radisson Navigator.
We're looking for a nice room and nice perks.
Just got off Seven Seas Navigator, our fifth radisson cruise. 301 sq ft plus 55 sq ft balcony. Wonderful bath and walk in closet. All soft drinks, tips included. Bar set up in room. Free wine and drinks with dinner. Five cocktail parties in one week. Ship has a wonderful layout.
Wonderful food and service. No problem with special orders.
I prefer Seven Seas Voyager because it has two more restaurants including a Cordon Bleu restaurant.
when you compare to other lines, make sure you compare apples to apples.
I''ll try to answer any specific questions you may have.
"Carpe diem quam minimum credula postero"
Seven Seas Explorer - Miami - Venice - Mar 2017
Silverseas Explorer - Arctic - Aug 2017
Seven Seas Voyager - Rome to Beijing - Oct 2017
Seven Seas Mariner - Lima to Buenos Aires - Jan 2018
Silverseas Explorer - Siberia - Jul 2018
Seven Seas Mariner - Australia Circumnavigation - Dec 2018
Thank you very much. Basically me wife and I hate getting nickled and dimed on some of these cruise lines. We enjoy NCL and Celebrity but paying for soda, exercise classes, flowers, use of a pool (Celebrity use to do that) are a bit aggravating. We would like more attention and "perks".
We are suckers for little things like free drinks in your room, bathrobes and nice lotions in the room. Ports really aren't that important to us.