Seven Seas Voyager

Seven Seas Voyager is a cruise ship for Regent Seven Seas Cruises headquartered in Miami, Florida. She entered service in 2003. Every cabin on board is a suite with a balcony. In 2006, a article listed the Asia leg of the Voyager's world cruise as the most expensive cruise in the Asia region.[3]

Name: Seven Seas Voyager
Owner: 2003–2009: Regent Seven Seas Cruises Inc.
2009–2013: Supplystill Limited
2013 onwards: Voyager Vessel Company, LLC[1]
Operator: Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Port of registry: Nassau,  Bahamas
Builder: T. Mariotti, Genoa, Italy
Yard number: 736
Laid down: 30 March 2001[1]
Launched: 22 September 2001[1]
Completed: 27 February 2003[1]
Status: In service
General characteristics
Type: Cruise ship
Tonnage: 42,363 GT[1][2]
Length: 206.5 m (677.49 ft)[1]
Beam: 28.83 m (94.59 ft)[1]
Height: 184 ft (56.1 m)
Draught: 7.05 m (23.13 ft)[1]
Draft: 23 ft (7.0 m)
Decks: 12
Installed power: 4 × Wärtsilä 9L38 (4 × 5760 kW)
Propulsion: Diesel-electric
Two Dolphin DPP395 azimuth thrusters (2 × 7 MW)
Speed: 20 knots (37 km/h; 23 mph)
Capacity: 706 passengers
Crew: 447


2010 accident

On 14 March 2010, as Seven Seas Voyager sailed out of Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong, it hit the back of a Star Ferry, known as Twinkling Star, and caused minor damage to the ferry. No one was injured.[4]

2013 incident

On 3 February 2013, Jackie Kastrinelis, 24, of Groveland, Massachusetts, USA was found dead inside her cabin on the Seven Seas Voyager in Darwin Harbour, Australia.[5] The 24-year-old woman had been a crew member since 2011 and was the lead singer in the ship’s musical show. Mysterious circumstances surround Jackie's death, including a head injury the night before during a rehearsal, medication given by a doctor on the ship, and romantic relationships with a few crew member. The official reasoning behind the death of Jackie Kastrinelis was “sudden unexplained death syndrome”.[6]


  1. "Seven Seas Voyager (29870)". DNV GL Vessel Register. Det Norske Veritas. Retrieved 2013-08-21.
  2. Seven Seas Voyager information. Regent Seven Seas Cruises website.
  3. "Most Expensive Cruises 2006". Forbes. Archived from the original on 2013-01-23. Retrieved 2009-06-04.
  4. 大郵輪撞天星小輪 海運大廈高速開出 幸未造成傷亡 (in Chinese). 蘋果日報, March 14, 2010.
  5., Shawn. "Mystery death shocks community". Retrieved 12 November 2016.
  6. "Jackie Kastrinelis: Fresh bid for answers into star's mysterious death". Retrieved 2019-02-14.

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