Experience all-inclusive ultra luxury Cruising with Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Why not treat yourself to a luxurious stress-free holiday offering hotel room size suites and wonderful dining options?

Seven Seas Navigator Video

Seven Seas Explorer – NEW Ship Class VIDEO

What can you expect onboard?

Regent Seven Seas offer spacious first class all suite accommodation, inconspicuous service throughout their ships, and excellent cuisine with both simple and sophisticated options. Their ships have several comfortable lounges, a spacious theatre with a high standard of entertainment, plus some of the best orchestras at sea. Dress code on board is Elegant Casual and only on much longer cruises are there any very formal evenings. Well qualified guest lecturers offer in depth-knowledge of the areas the itinerary includes.

Luxurious Accommodation and Dining Options

Regent’s Seven Seas Voyager (42,000 tons) and Mariner (48,000 tons) are similar, carrying 700 guests and offering every guest an outside suite with balcony; many grades of suites are some of the largest at sea.

As well as their main large restaurant, the Compass Rose, and a more casual Veranda Cafe, which becomes a Mediterranean-style Bistro named Sette Mari La Veranda in the evening, they also offer two exclusive evening dining options at no extra cost.

Chartreuse is a modern specialty restaurant replicating the sort of cuisine young chefs are cooking in Paris. Prime 7 offers steaks and other fine meats, as well as the famous surf and turf. Casual eating is also available on the pool deck throughout the day.

You also have the option of dinner in your suite or balcony, served course by course.

Seven Seas Navigator (28,000 tons), carrying only 500 guests offers all the same facilities and dining options as the two larger vessels, apart from Chartreuse. There are also a small number of suites without balcony on Navigator; all the other ships offer suites with private balcony.

New Ships

Regent’s newest ship which launched this in 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. Pacific Rim will be the third speciality restaurant on board Seven Seas Explorer. Dishes in the Pacific Rim will include tempura-encrusted soft-shell crab and grilled Korean lamb chops.  To complete the ultra-luxury feel of the ship it will also have a Canyon Ranch Spa Club with a deck terrace and its own infinity plunge pool.

A sister ship, Seven Seas Splendor, will follow in 2020.

All three older ships have received major refurbishment programmes – with many of the public rooms transformed to look similar to the new ships’ interior décor.

All details quoted are thought to be correct at time of posting but are always subject to confirmation at time of booking

Photo:  Compass Rose Restaurant on-board Seven Explorer (RSSC) 02

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