Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Cruising the world in Six Star style
The Regent Seven Seas fleet of medium-sized luxury cruise ships visit more than 300 ports on all seven continents, including Antarctica, and is consistently rated among the world's top three cruise lines by readers of luxury travel magazines.
Following a major refurbishment programme involving a total investment of around $70 million, the three-ship ultra-luxury fleet of Regent Seven Seas is at the forefront of luxury cruising. Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Mariner emerged in early 2009 from extensive refurbishment, and Seven Seas Navigator pictured, received her makeover during a 22-night dry-docking in January 2010.
Combined with the highly professional, friendly service, the exclusive enrichment and entertainment programs, stellar cuisine with up to four dining venues, and the all-inclusive product, RSSC offers the luxury cruise traveller a relaxing holiday that is second to none.
Seven Seas Navigator boasts the utmost comfort and the very best cuisine, the Seven Seas Mariner’s 100-seat “Signatures” being Le Cordon Bleu’s first and only permanent restaurant-at-sea.
Deliciously different itineraries filled with exciting and unusual places await you and you will be exploring the planet in the most privileged way.
From the moment you step aboard you will experience service that anticipates your every need. You can choose the dining experience that suite your mood including ‘Signatures’ (Voyager and Mariner) the only le Cordon Bleu restaurants at sea and wherever you choose to dine, complimentary fine wines and soft drinks flow freely.
Freedom and space are everything aboard a Seven Seas ship. The freedom to choose from an array of entertainment and activities. The space to just be yourself.
Seven Seas Voyager (launched in April 2003) and Seven Seas Mariner (March 2001) are the boldest statement in maritime luxury. All-suite, all-balconied accommodation for just 700 guests.
Seven Seas Navigator (pictured> was specifically designed and built for worldwide cruising and accommodates 490 guests in all-suite accommodation and 90 per cent with private balcony.
Here are just some of the things that you can expect from Regent Seven Sea Cruises
- Stunning and spacious six-star ships
- Unobtrusive service that anticipates your every need
- Clear views of the ocean from your own teak-decked private balcony
- Luxury Carita de Paris spa, steam room and sauna
And enhancing yet another level of luxury to the fleet, starting in 2010 butler service is expanded to include guests accommodated in suite category C and above (currently B and above). This change will add 85 Butler suites to raise the total to 290 fleet-wide (113 on Seven Seas Voyager, 92 on Seven Seas Mariner, and 85 on Seven Seas Navigator), representing more than 30 per cent of the total suites available.
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