Choosing to set sail with Regent Seven Seas offers “voyages of exploration and discovery to more than 300 ports on all seven continents” aboard one of the three ships within their luxurious fleet. The Seven Seas Mariner, the Seven Seas Navigator and the Seven Seas Voyager will be the setting for the trip of a lifetime.
The Seven Seas Mariner is the world’s first all-suite, all-balcony ship. It also “earned the distinction of being the first vessel to offer dining by dining by Le Cordon Bleu® of Paris in Signatures, one of four open-seating restaurants.” With room for just 700 guests at a time, the staff-to-guest ratio is 1 to 1.6 which ensures that your needs are catered too with the highest level of personal service. The Seven Seas Mariner sails various itineraries including the Caribbean/Bahamas, Southern Europe, South America, World Cruises and Transatlantic voyages. With various trip lengths, you’re sure to find the vacation of your dreams.
Regent’s Seven Seas Navigator is a smaller vessel, catering to 490 guests at a time. The ship boasts three extraordinary, open-seating restaurants, including Prime 7 steakhouse. The Navigator offers an all-inclusive, all-suite ocean view accommodations, most with private balconies. The relaxed country-club environment is friendly and refined. The Seven Seas Navigator offer itineraries of varying lengths to the Caribbean/Bahamas, Alaska, Bermuda and the Eastern US and Canada.
The Seven Seas Voyager offers new enhancements that include a less-formal dress code and the Canyon Ranch Spa Club. Catering to 700 guests, the 447 crew members create the ultimate vacation experience. She boasts four main dining venues – all with open seating. “Embark on a journey that takes you to the ancient ports of Africa, the divine secrets of Asia, and the splendor of the Mediterranean. Partial segments of the world cruise allow you to choose where your dreams are fulfilled.”
Without fail, the ambiance aboard each vessel is personalized, individualized and accommodating – “upscale but not uptight.” All the ships share similar accommodations, personalized service, exquisite dining and amenities that “elevate them to the lofty vantage point of enviable six stars.”