The Suite On Regent's Voyager

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We’ve arrived in Exmouth, Western Australia, after sailing directly from Bali on this romantic getaway on the high seas and this is one of the most remote holiday destinations in the world.

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We’re anchored off the coast and tenders are running people into the town for the three tours that are being offered and there’s also a shuttle which is operating between the tender port and the town centre. It’s well above 40C, or 100 F, out there so we’ve decided to make the most of the opportunity of exploring the ship while it’s relatively quiet, and it also means we can post a few pictures of our suite and the sail out from Benoa in Bali as part of our cruise review.

This is a Category C Penthouse Suite which are highly sought after because of the deeper balconies which sits right over the ship’s wake. As for the suite itself, there are a few new additions since we last cruised on Voyager two years ago.

There’s a new Bose sound system for iPods with really deep and rich sound, an Illy espresso machine with pods for easy coffee making, interactive TV’s and movies on a flat screen TV and of course it all comes with butler service and afternoon canapes. We also get 30 minutes free internet, priority booking in specialty restaurant and a pre-cruise land package.

Other than that the suites are still elegant and very spacious and there’s always the temptation to spend most of the day in here and not really feel like you’re missing out on anything.

Next stop is Geraldton, an emerging holiday destination, where we’re anchored again for the afternoon and evening and we’ll post again from this romantic getaway on Regent Seven Seas Voyager.

Ben Hall