Seven Sea Voyager embarks on its inaugural season with CAI casino on board

On March 3, 2003, Radisson Seven Seas latest addition to the Ultra-Luxury Cruise Market set sail from Nice and along with it, Casinos Austria International`s newest floating casino and fourth onboard a RSSC vessel became a reality.

Like her sister ship the Mariner, the Seven Seas Voyager will cater to 700 guests providing an abundance of highly trained staff (1 to 1.5 staff to guest ratio) to insure only the finest level of personal service. This vessel offers an exceptionally high space ratio, with every guest enjoying a minimum of 356 square feet of living space in addition to a private balcony, which adjoins each and every suite. And for those that desire the ultimate perquisite at sea, the Seven Seas Voyager also offers a two-bedroom 1,403 square foot Master Suite which comes complete with private butler service.

Other distinctive features of this vessel include a Le Cordon Bleu-directed Signatures Restaurant featuring the first at sea open-galley where you can watch cuisine being prepared by our world class chefs as well as some of the more popular elements offered on Radisson's other vessels such as ultra-spacious marble bathrooms with separate showers and full bathtubs, spacious walk-in closets, a luxury Spa facility, and an exquisite show lounge featuring some of the finest entertainment found afloat.

The Casino includes 51 state of the art slot and video machines and 6 gaming tables offering Black Jack, American Roulette, Dice, and Caribbean Stud Poker ideally situated near the disco and theater.

The Seven Seas Voyager makes her inaugural port calls in the Western Mediterranean, and the Baltic before repositioning where she will explore sites throughout the United States, Mexico and the Caribbean.

Casino Austria International also operates cruising casinos onboard the Radisson Diamond, the Song of Flower, and the Seven Seas Mariner.

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