Regent Seven Seas Cruises offers all-inclusive luxury that’s exquisite in expression, personal in experience and captivating to the senses. From their 450 unique ports of call to the fine detail in their culinary offerings, here’s what to expect from Regent.
Awards: Regent has been chosen as the world’s top-rated cruise line six times by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler and Travel+ Leisure magazines. Their accolades are lauded by Town & Country, Global Traveler and U.S. News & World Report.
Unique ship features: Spacious suites, 98 percent with a private balcony — great for those who’d like their cabins to feel like a home away from home.
Fleet: Five ships: two 700-passenger vessels, Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Voyager; the 490-passenger Seven Seas Navigator; and two 750-passenger vessels, the Seven Seas Explorer and Seven Seas Splendor, the latter scheduled to launch in February 2020.
Life onboard: Regent luxury cruise ships are designed with 12 to 14 decks and range from 566 feet in length to 735 feet in length. Accommodations — suites measure from up to 4,443 square feet. Public areas — this includes sports deck, pool bar, putting green, atrium, library, bocce court, pool deck and infinity-edge plunge pool. Entertainment — guests can enjoy the Meridian Lounge, Constellation Theater, casino, Splendor Lounge, Connoisseur Club and observation lounge. Unique onboard programs — guests can enroll in the Culinary Arts Kitchen, on board Seven Seas Splendor or Seven Seas Explorer; or gain insight from Destination Services, for advice on making a destination a better fit. There are also Enrichment Series lectures.
Fellow passengers — Regent Seven Seas cruise guests are seasoned travelers with a curiosity for global destinations. During the day, guests enjoy country-club style attire, while at night tend to dress elegantly. Service — Regent’s attendants and butlers provide personalize service for their guests and maintain suites to the preference of travelers. The maître d’, chef, sommelier and wait staff won’t just craft a meal, but a symphony for the senses. Butler service is offered in Penthouse Suites and above.
All-inclusive — All-inclusive fares include: free roundtrip business class air on intercontinental flights; free unlimited shore excursions, free pre-paid gratuities, free open bars and lounges, free specialty restaurants, free unlimited beverages, free unlimited Wi-Fi and much more.
Cuisine: A number of dining options exist within each cruise ship. Compass Rose is the main specialty restaurant, providing a multitude of choices and customized meals to satisfy guests. Other specialty restaurants include: the French-inspired Chartreuse; the elegant steakhouse, Prime 7; the Pan-Asian influence of Pacific Rim; and Sette Mari at La Veranda, Italian cuisine with an ocean view. For its culinary innovation, Regent received the Porthole Readers’ Choice Awards: Best Main Dining Room Cuisine in 2018.
Unique itineraries: Immersive itineraries are offered that allow guests to fully experience a destination. Regent also offers a mix of shorter one- to two-week voyages and longer “grand voyages” that can last 30 or more nights. For those wishing to explore the full spectrum of cultural delights, Regent also provides global cruises.
Unique shore excursions: High quality, unlimited shore excursions are offered for every port of call. Regent uses expert tour guides and provides comfortable transportation.
These amenities are provided by Cruise Specialists on select voyages:
When you book a Regent Seven Seas cruise with Cruise Specialists, you may enjoy exclusive amenities such as: voyage hosts, private receptions and exclusive shore events. Select sailings may even include a private car and driver.
To learn more about Regent Seven Seas cruises, contact Cruise Specialists.