Seven Seas Cruises

Written by Sarah Provost
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Radisson Seven Seas Cruises has a fleet of six ships, including the only two all-suite, all-balcony ships in the world. These ships visit 300 ports on six continents, including southern Africa and Antarctica. With the guest list under a thousand on all ships, your cruise experience will be intimate and highly rewarding.

Seven Seas Cruises Shines a Spotlight on Enrichment

One of the major elements that sets Seven Seas Cruises apart from other cruise lines is its emphasis on enrichment. Each of their "Spotlight" cruises focuses on a particular theme, which could range from Cordon Bleu cooking workshops to Big Bands, from opera to antiques, from wine to chocolate. Movies, regional cooking, history, even public TV provide the topics for seminars and workshops.

In November of 2004, Seven Seas Cruises will join forces with the Avon Foundation to present the first-ever "Celebration at Sea." This four-night cruise aboard the Radisson Diamond will depart from San Juan to visit St. Bart's, St. Kitts and St. Thomas. And pampered passengers can feel good about the fact that not only are they enjoying a marvelous cruise, but they are helping in the fight against breast cancer: 20 percent of the proceeds of this cruise will go to the Avon Foundation Breast Cancer Crusade.

Conde Nast's Traveler named Seven Seas Cruises the "World's Best Small- Ship Cruise Line" in their 2003 Reader's Choice Awards. Attentive service, a wide range of destinations, cultural enrichment and even public service through the Avon Foundation: what more could you want? And yes, there's onboard golf as well!

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