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Song of Flower
Radisson Seven Seas Cruises

Built in 1986 -- 8,282 tons -- 180 passengers (double capacity)


Guests are welcome as observers on the navigational bridge of the Song of Flower any time during daylight hours. 

Each Song of Flower stateroom features a television, VCR, terry robes, a hairdryer, lockable drawer for valuables, and a refrigerated bar stocked to the guests’ preference and replenished daily on a complimentary basis. 

Complimentary wines are served at lunch and dinner and Song of Flower guests enjoy soft drinks, mineral waters, and juices throughout their cruise at no additional charge. 

No need to worry about tipping on Song of Flower, gratuities are included in the cruise fare. 

Each Song of Flower stateroom features an ocean view.

Over 600 books and 500 feature film videos are available for Song of Flower guests’ reading and viewing pleasure. 

All Song of Flower itineraries feature guest lecturers. 

As a member of the prestigious Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, Song of Flower maintains the highest culinary standards. 

Single open-seating dining allows Song of Flower guests to be seated when, where, and with whom they choose.

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