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Scored Higher Than Any Other Cruise Line
Scored Higher Than Any Other Cruise Line FT. LAUDERDALE, FL., October 10, 2003 - Radisson Seven Seas has been voted "Best Small-Ship Cruise Line" in Condé Nast Traveler's 16th annual "Best in the World" Readers' Choice Awards, to be published in the November issue. The cruise line not only outscored all other lines, but also weighed in at an impressive # 27 on the magazine's Top 100 Gold List.
Honorees were announced last night at an event in New York. This is the second time Radisson Seven Seas has won the "Best Small-Ship Cruise Line" award.
Winners are determined based on the responses of more than 32,000 discriminating Condé Nast Traveler readers who answer questions about the foremost cities, islands, hotels, resorts, cruise lines, airlines and car rental agencies worldwide. In the cruise category, readers rate itineraries, crew/service, cabins/design, food/dining and activities/excursions - with Radisson Seven Seas Cruises coming out on top as the world's "Best Small-Ship Cruise Line," scoring an outstanding 93.8.
"Being singled out for excellence by the readers of Condé Nast Traveleris the kind of endorsement that keeps our compass at true north," said Mark Conroy, president and CEO of Radisson Seven Seas Cruises. "Nothing's more gratifying than the praise of those we strive to please - whose expectations for luxury push us to excel. It's rewarding at every level of the company - and at every point of contact with our guests."
Radisson Seven Seas Cruises® is not only one of the best, but one of the largest luxury lines in the world. The 700-guest Seven Seas Voyager®, the line's second all-suite, all-balcony cruise ship, entered service in April 2003 and will embark on a 94-night Grand Asia Pacific tour in January. The 700-guest Seven Seas Mariner® is the world's first all-suite, all-balcony cruise ship, and will set sail on a circumnavigation of South America later this month. The 490-guest Seven Seas Navigator® is the line's first all-suite (90% with private balconies) vessel and the first to homeport in New York for Bermuda and New England/Canada sailings. The 350-guest twin-hull Radisson Diamond® seasonally plies the waters of the Mediterranean and Caribbean. The 320-guest Paul Gauguin® has established herself as the gold standard for year-round elegance in French Polynesia. The line also charters the Explorer II® for Antarctica expeditions.