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Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship visits Greencastle 29.06.22

GREENCASTLE is today hosting the Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship. This luxurious vessel has a 680 guest capacity with 469 staff members onboard. The ship left Killybegs yesterday evening and arrived at Greencastle this morning at 7:30 am.

Seven Seas Voyager is currently on a 27 day cruise, one-way from Barcelona to Belfast. The trip started on the 6th June and is due to end on the 3rd July.
The Seven Seas Voyager anchored off Greencastle. To the left of the ship, a tender boat returns after leaving passengers at Greencastle Harbour.
The luxurious Seven Seas Voyager is a cruise ship for Regent Seven Seas Cruises headquartered in Miami, Florida. It entered service in 2003.

Every suite, of which there are 340, has a private balcony along with marble bath accents and roomy closets.

While Voyager has eight passenger decks, it's not as long from stem to stern as ships that carry more passengers, making it easy to get around without long treks down a corridor. An atrium stretches the height of all the passenger decks, bringing light to the ship's interior. Most onboard services are grouped here, making for easy access to the front desk, destinations desk, library, casino, shops and espresso bar.

In warm weather, the action moves to the lido deck, home to the pool, a grill, a bar and the La Veranda buffet restaurant. At night, three lounges and a cigar bar offer different vibes, from mellow to lively.

As you'd expect from a luxury ship, food and drink are abundant, with four restaurants, as well as 24-hour room service.
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