Luxury travelers, make note on your calendar for February 2020, as that is when one of the most luxurious cruise ships in the world, the 54,000-ton Seven Seas Splendor, is scheduled to make her debut. Like her sister ship, Seven Seas Explorer, she will be all-suite/all-balcony and will host just 750 privileged guests. Continue reading
Luxury travelers return time and again to award-winning Regent Seven Seas Cruises. The sophisticated all-suite ships – Seven Seas Navigator, Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Mariner, are all more exquisite as they’ve just completed a $125 million dollar refurbishment. The proverbial jewel in the crown, the all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Explorer, is recognized as the most luxurious cruise ship ever built. Experience her for yourself and you are sure to agree.
Exuding elegance at every corner the palatial 55,254-ton, 750-guest Seven Seas Explorer made her debut in July 2016 in Monte Carlo amongst glamour, glitz and royalty. Christened by godmother Her Serene Highness Charlene of Monaco, it is no wonder that Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ new masterpiece is described as the “world’s most luxurious ship.”
Discerning travelers who expect the very finest will find it aboard Regent Cruises‘ Seven Seas Explorer.” The all-suite/all-balcony 54,000-ton, 750-guest ship debuted in July 2016. This gorgeous and spacious ship boasts stunning designer suites — including one that is 3,875-square-feet; lavish gourmet restaurants, beautifully designed comfortable lounges, chic bars, and a theater.
Booking a cruise seems to be the ultimate vacation idea – until you have to pay for it. Regent Seven Seas Cruises offers a vast array of special savings year round. With plenty of all-inclusive packages to member savings, you’ll be able to book a dream cruise without a nightmare cost. Looking to book a cruise in 2012? Now is the time to save with Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
2-for1 fares are in full swing and there’s an extra bonus — free roundtrip air, free unlimited shore excursions and free luxury hotel packages. Available for most destinations, you might end up saving up to $8,000 per suite. You could be heading to Barcelona, Rome, Stockholm, Athens and even Monte Carlo or Venice without spending a fortune.