Pod Issues Stymie Second Seven Seas Voyager Cruise; Intriguing Trades Offered
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Well since we were on that Oct 3 cruise, and were cruising with a large group of cruise friends, and have just late last night arrived home I don't know if we would choose one of these. We have not had any official communication from Regent regarding this information, other than being told we would receive a full refund and they would fly us home, which they did yesterday.Thanks for commenting, and very sorry about your canceled cruise. We're trying to get some more info on the extent of the damage, but no luck so far. The line told us on Monday that it was finalizing compensation/trade options, and so the news reached us yesterday evening.
Need some time to re group if the truth be known.
Dan, thanks again for another timely report on the Voyager status. If my DW was retired we would select SF to Auckland in a heartbeat. FYI, another option provided by Regent to onboard pax was to sail on Oceania's Nautica (was berthed next to the Voyager in Athens). We know one couple who selected this option.Colonel Wes, We were not given the cruise on Oceania as an option. Apparently they had a couple of openings, and took on a couple of our pax, but sailed full. Our TA checked into this possibility immediately upon learning of our cancellation. I think it was an option many people would have jumped on if it had been offered. I'm not trying to be argumentative - that's just the story as I know it.