Regent Seven Seas Cruises prides itself on creating cruises that simply ooze glamour and extravagance, making memories that will last a lifetime.
You’ll be treated like royalty on board the Seven Seas Explorer, Mariner, Navigator or Voyager. There is an impressive ratio of 1 staff to every 1.5 guests, with a maximum of 700 fellow passengers on any cruise. As a result, there is always someone on hand to attend to your needs – with no waiting required! Ships visit almost 350 ports worldwide, including a selection of smaller destinations that larger vessels cannot access.
Enjoy a Truly Peaceful At-sea Experience
The watchword of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ opulent suites is serenity, giving you an idyllic home-from-home during your cruise. You can choose the suite that’s right for you, with accommodations ranging in size from 300 square feet to almost 4,000. All of the suites on the Seven Seas Explorer, Mariner and Voyager boast private, furnished balconies; 90 per cent of those on the Seven Seas Navigator offer the same.
Perfect Finishing Touches
A bottle of champagne will be waiting for you on arrival in your suite, which you’ll find has been furnished in neutral tones with rich textures and marble accents in the bathroom. You can relax on a European king-sized bed or twin beds, and snuggle down at night under luxurious linen and duvet.
A fully-stocked bar will be replenished daily with complimentary beverages, while a spacious walk-in wardrobe will give you all the room you need to store your clothing and accessories in style. You will bathe in products from the renowned L'Occitane® brand and relax in plush bathrobes and slippers
Nothing is Out of Reach
An interactive flat screen television features an extensive media library with a movies-on-demand service, and you will be able to call upon room service 24 hours a day. Concierge suites and above also benefit from extras such as 15 minutes of free ship-to-shore phone time, with penthouses enjoying the services of a personal butler and the use of an iPad on Regent cruises.
Culinary Perfection Awaits
Treat yourself to mouth-watering dishes cooked by expert chefs at any time of the day or night. There are up to four gourmet restaurants on your ship, with each offering their own brand of gastronomic delight. The speciality restaurant Compass Rose can be found on each of the four vessels, where an expert MaÎtre D’ will talk you through the tempting European-inspired cuisine. Sample dishes might include crespella alla Toscana, roast prime rib of Black Angus beef and a fresh berry tartlet. The restaurant is elegantly dressed in golden and maroon hues, and is the perfect spot for either romantic meals or larger gatherings.
If you’re staying on the Seven Seas Explorer, indulge in scrumptious Pan-Asian flavours and a Zen-like ambience at Pacific Rim. The delectable dishes, such as grilled Korean barbecue lamb chops with wok-fried beans, eryngii mushrooms and gochujang dressing, are served alongside breathtaking ocean views. The windows are even designed in an abstract lotus shape - a nod to the restaurant’s Asian heritage.
Light Bites and Casual Dining
For something altogether more casual, the open air Pool Grill is the perfect place to grab a bite to eat between sunbathing sessions or before you head to one of the many activities on offer on the Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ fleet. Found on each of the five ships, the Pool Grill specialises in burgers, seafood, sandwiches and salads. It also does a fine line in gorgeous milkshakes and hand-dipped ice cream finished to perfection with all your favourite toppings! You can also head to the Pool Grill to watch the sunset while enjoying a casual gourmet dinner. Other restaurants include Chartreuse for French fayre, Sette Mari at La Veranda for Italian delicacies and Prime 7 for the ultimate steak.
Plenty to Keep You Entertained
All of the activities on a Regent Seven Seas cruise are provided in the price, so you’re free to do as much or as little as you like. Facilities include the Canyon Ranch SpaClub®, where you can relax and rejuvenate thanks to its extensive range of treatments. Fitness classes and personal training sessions are available if you want to get your blood pumping or channel your inner chef at the Culinary Arts Kitchen, where you’ll be put through your cookery paces by experts in their field.
Spoilt for Choice
If you just want to relax, you could choose to chill out by the pool, lose yourself in a good book in one of the library’s plush leather chairs, or savour a cappuccino and a croissant at Coffee Connections. There’s also the Smithsonian Collection by Smithsonian Journeys, where charismatic experts share their knowledge about the region you are visiting.
In the evening, your ship will come alive in the Show Lounge, a two-storey venue hosting entertainment as varied as cirque-style performances, Broadway revues and cabaret shows. Try your luck at the casino, or kick back in the Connoisseur Club where you’ll find a piano bar, dance floor and an observation lounge just perfect for a nightcap under the stars.
Make the Most out of Every Stop
Regent Seven Seas Cruises is the only operator to offer free, unlimited shore excursions in every port of call. Such day trips are the ideal way to immerse yourself in the culture, history and cuisine of the countries you’re visiting, with some simply amazing experiences to be had as you explore on a Caribbean cruise or visit the four corners on a world cruise holiday. You could also choose to upgrade your visits to Choice Shore Excursions; the possibilities are simply endless, from exclusive behind the scenes tours to authentic cultural outings led by local guides.
A thank you for your custom
After your first Regent Seven Seas cruise, you’ll become a member of the Seven Seas Society. Rewards and benefits include priority online shore excursions and dining reservations, while you’ll receive a $100 shipboard credit when you introduce a new guest to Regent cruises.
If you’re looking for a fantastic holiday experience, full of luxury, relaxation, enrichment and fun, look no further than a cruise with Regent Seven Seas.
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