Out of Order: Regent Seven Seas Voyager Cancels Two Cruises For Repairs


Regent Seven Seas Cruises told the Miami Herald Wednesday that it is canceling two upcoming itineraries on Seven Seas Voyager to repair a pod propulsion unit. The two cruises are on April 18 and May 8.

Apparently, the ship's starboard propulsion unit became was damaged March 18 after leaving Singapore when it got entangled with a fishing net.

The ship will now be taken out of service when it arrives in Rome on April 18, and arrangements will be made to transport the passengers back home.

Guests booked on the April 18 voyage from Istanbul and the May 8 voyage from Fort Lauderdale will be offered various options for re-accommodation or a full refund, Regent said.

The ship is expected to return to service on May 21.

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