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Radisson Seven Seas Cruises is the fourth largest luxury line, operating and marketing the six-star ships the Radisson Diamond, the Radisson Seven Seas Mariner, the Radisson Seven Seas Navigator, the Paul Gauguin, which entered service in January 1998 as the most deluxe cruise ship ever based in Tahiti and French Polynesia year-round, and the Radisson Seven Seas Voyager, the newest addition to the fleet.

Only Radisson Seven Seas Cruises offers such a broad spectrum of distinctive vessels and voyages, while upholding an uncompromising standard of cruising excellence throughout, to each destination, aboard each ship.

Here are just a few of the great things that make Radisson Seven Seas Cruises so distinct:

 Ships cater to only 180 to 490 guests
 All oceanview staterooms, most with private balconies
 Single, open-seating dining and alternative restaurant for dinner
 Complimentary wine with dinner
 Complimentary soft drinks, mineral water & juices
 Complimentary stocked bar in stateroom upon embarkation
 Gratuitites included

 

Radisson Seven Seas Cruises Fleet  
Radisson Diamond
Radisson Seven Seas Mariner
Radisson Seven Seas Navigator
Radisson Paul Gauguin
Radisson Seven Seas Voyager