Seven Seas Voyager boasts a refreshed elegant style in her restaurants and lounges, as well as luxurious decor across her 350 suites. And with 447 international crew on board, personal service is exceedingly indulgent throughout. Among her four dining options that allow guests to savor meals whenever and with whomever, Seven Seas Voyager features the modern French restaurant Chartreuse and the largest specialty restaurant at sea, Compass Rose. In addition to the elegant decor, the ship offers five production shows at the Constellation Theater.
More cruises featuring Regent Seven Seas Voyager
|Dec 17||Sun||1||Hong Kong, China||6:00PM|
|Dec 18||Mon||2||Cruising The Coast Of China||(overnight)|
|Dec 19||Tue||3||Cruising The Coast Of China|
|Dec 20||Wed||4||Shanghai, China||4:30AM||(overnight)|
|Dec 21||Thu||5||Shanghai, China||5:30PM|
|Dec 22||Fri||6||Cruising The East China Sea|
|Dec 24||Sun||8||Kochi, India||formerly Cochin||10:00AM||7:00PM|
|Dec 25||Mon||9||Miyazaki (aburatsu)||9:00AM||5:00PM|
|Dec 26||Tue||10||Nagasaki, Japan||7:00AM||3:00PM|
|Dec 27||Wed||11||Cruising The Yellow Sea|
|Dec 28||Thu||12||Beijing, China||port: Tianjin||10:00AM||(overnight)|
|Dec 29||Fri||13||Beijing, China||port: Tianjin||5:00PM|
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|December 17, 2017||$13,699|
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Virtuoso Voyages Sailing
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Exclusive Shore Event: Shanghai | City Highlights with Dinner and Acrobatic Show (Available on March 2017 sailings)
Our day begins with a visit to The Bund. This waterfront area sweeping along the Huangpu River has become the center of Shanghai's foreign business establishment and the symbol of Shanghai's identity as a modern city. The name "bund" is derived from an Anglo-Indian term meaning "muddy embankment," but after the 1920's the area became a showcase for foreign enterprises, with impressive Western-style banks, trading houses, hotels, consulates, and clubs filling the shore, with a promenade along the river. British, French, American, German, Japanese, and Russian facilities were built here, in styles ranging from Neo-Classical to Art Deco, giving the area a pronounced European flavor. Foreign enterprises and facilities were forced out after the Communist victory in 1949, and many of the buildings were occupied by government offices and banks. More recently many of the stately old buildings have been renovated in recognition of their status as historical and tourist sites.
Next we will do a short walking tour to the residence building area to see how the locals live.
We will then take a short drive around the French Concession district, one of the original European settlement areas, to view the many fine examples of 19th and early 20th century architecture gracing the streets and alleys. During its heyday prior to World War II Shanghai attracted the talents of some of the world's foremost architects and designers. Art deco, neogothic, teutonic styles dot the streets of modern Shanghai, testament to the diversity which once earned known as the "Paris of the East".
Dinner has been arranged at Xiao Nan Guo, a Shanghainese restaurant, which is famous for their unique blend of flavors and tastes.
After dinner enjoy a dazzling display of spectacular agility as we attend a Chinese Acrobatic Show. The contortions and balancing acts are quite incredible and sometimes seem almost superhuman, or super rubber human. You will be at the edge of your seat through most of the show saying "don't fall, don't drop it!" And incredibly, they never do.
After the show, we will return back to the pier.
Approximate Length: Seven hours.
Suggested Attire: Casual wear with comfortable shoes. Light to moderate walking.
Exclusive Shore Event: Shanghai | City Highlights with Lunch at the Whampoa Club (Available on December 2017 sailings)
hanghai as a whole encompasses a huge area, but the city center is a relatively small district situated by the Huangpu River in what is called Puxi (west of the river). One boundary of the city center is Shanghai's waterfront boulevard also known as the Bund. Wai Tai (The Bund) combines the best aspects of the city's pre-1949 era and its future-oriented focus. In the early 1920s, the Bund became the city's foreign street: Americans and Europeans built banks, trading houses, clubs, consulates, and hotels in styles from neoclassical to Art Deco. The municipal government has renovated the old buildings.
We begin our morning with a first- hand look at the Shanghai of old with a walk through the city's old Chinese quarter to the lovely Yu Yuan garden, a 16th century Ming Dynasty private garden and residence. Despite Shanghai's crowded streets and teeming masses, the garden remains an oasis of tranquility. Its deceptive size, laid out with many corners and breezeways to give one the illusion of size, houses in exquisite harmony the essential elements of a Chinese garden pavilions, water, vegetation, rock formations, and bridges. The Old Town refers to the original Chinese city that flourished in the Ming dynasty. The architecture of the area has been restored to the original Ming period style.
Next, we will visit the Shanghai Urban Planning Museum. This new landmark memorizes the past, records the present and previews the future. The 20,000 square meter exhibition hall contains the remarkable past of this great city and focuses on the unbelievable changes the open-door policies have caused.
We will then enjoy a lunch of local cuisine at Whampoa Club, a throwback to the 1930's of Shanghai, beside the Huangpu River.
After lunch we will take a short drive around the French Concession district, one of the original European settlement areas, to view the many fine examples of 19th and early 20th century architecture gracing the streets and alleys before returning to the ship.
Approximate Length: Seven hours.
Suggested Attire: Casual wear with comfortable shoes. Moderate walking.
PLEASE NOTE: All Virtuoso events ashore are capacity controlled and require a minimum number of participants to operate. Events are subject to change without notice. These events are individually tailored for each date and arrival. Your event could be different than what is noted here; but it will be designed to be memorable and to bring you a traveler's view that you will treasure, and would otherwise miss entirely. Final details will be outlined in program letters provided by your Virtuoso host aboard ship.