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Seven Seas Explorer

Is this the most luxurious cruise ship ever to grace the seven seas?

Regent Seven Seas Cruises had one thing in mind when they built Seven Seas Explorer. They wanted it to be most luxurious cruise ship to ever grace the seven seas.

Only passengers can be the judge of that, but they will know that when they step on board the all-suite, all-balcony, 750-guest ship they will have arrived somewhere special.

At every turn her designer touches are meant to astound, and her professional crew aims to delight guests by tending to their every need. With a crew to guest ratio at a little over one to one, guests will always find help close at hand.

The ambition was for every corner of Seven Seas Explorer to exude elegance, beginning with a new category of luxury suite - the 3,875 sq-ft Regent Suite which offers two plush bedrooms, an expansive living space and a beam-to-beam private outdoor balcony.

Seven Seas Explorer
The ambition was for every corner of Seven Seas Explorer to exude elegance

The suite also features a cruise industry first in-suite spa retreat with personal sauna, steam room, relaxation loungers and a spa treatment area where guests can enjoy complimentary, unlimited treatments from Canyon Ranch SpaClub.

In all categories of luxury suites, guests experience some of the most spacious accommodations and the largest balconies in the cruise industry.

Seven Seas Explorer also introduced two new gourmet restaurants with Chartreuse emulating ambiance and epicurean delights found in Paris’ finest eateries, and Pacific Rim which offers a gourmet dining experience that brings to life the rich culinary traditions of Asia. These complemented the four other dining venues onboard to offer significant culinary variety.

Additionally, Seven Seas Explorer features the brand’s first culinary instruction centre called the Culinary Arts Kitchen.

Vital statistics

Operated by Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Built by Fincantieri, Sestri Ponente, Genova
Entered service: July 2016
Registered: The Bahamas
Gross tonnage: 54,000 tons
Passengers: 750
Passenger decks: 9
Lifts: 5
Crew: 542
Officers: French/European
Cabins: 354
>> All outside with balcony
>> 6 with wheelchair access
Length: 735ft
Width: 102ft
Draught: 23ft
Engines: Diesel electric
Cruising speed: 22 knots


Two main dining rooms (one sitting), four alternative dining options, show lounge, one outside swimming pool, casino, fitness centre, sauna, steam room, theatre, night club, library, business centre with internet access

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