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The latest ship from Regent Seven Seas has joined the fleet, Seven Seas Explorer.
Regent’s new ship which launched this year (2016) features five gourmet restaurants. At 55,000 tons carrying only 750 guests, this all suite, all balcony ship has one of the highest space ratios while providing an excellent 6 star service second to none. Explorer features the largest private verandas in the cruise business and a new category of suite, the Regent Suite measures a massive 4,500 square feet. The ship features new French and Asian Restaurants plus a ‘hands on’ kitchen where guests can improve their cookery skills. A sister ship will follow in the next couple of years.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has already started a massive $125 million dollar fleet refurbishment programme to all of its existing vessels.
The Seven Seas Navigator which has already had a complete redesign of all suites and public spaces is reported as being just like a new ship. The Navigator is the line’s most intimate ship carrying around 500 guests. Seven Seas Voyager and Mariner will have similar upgrades in late 2016 and spring 2017.
Seven Seas Cruises are totally all inclusive comprising:
Return Flights and Transfers
All Fine Dining (no supplements)
All Premium Beverages
All gratuities and Service Charges
Designer Travel has special prices with Regent Seven Seas Cruises – please contact Simon for further details.
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All details quoted are thought to be correct at time of posting but are always subject to confirmation at time of booking
Photo: Seven Seas Explorer (courtesy RSSC) 160
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