Regent Seven Seas Cruises has introduced its most luxury cruise ship yet called Seven Seas Explorer.
The luxury cruise line really is going all out by revealing details on it’s opulent 3,875-square-foot suite, extravagantly designed lounges and show places, and lavish gourmet restaurants. the upcoming vessel will be 56,000 gross tons which isn’t really that small but will offer a unique experience. The all-suite, all-balcony ship will carry just 750 guests, boasting the highest space ratio in the cruise industry.
“We set a high benchmark for Seven Seas Explorer, not only to build a ship that far surpasses the current standard in luxury cruising, but to design a ship that will be recognized industry-wide as the most luxurious ship ever,” said Jason Montague, Regent Seven Seas Cruises president and chief operating officer. “We cannot wait to share this ship with the world when she joins our fleet in the summer of 2016.”
The cruise line will bring a new kind of luxury suite at a huge 3,875-square feet. The Regent Suite will come with its own dedicated Spa retreat that includes a personal sauna, steam room and treatment area. The suite also features an outdoor, glass-enclosed sitting area aptly named the Vista Garden, where guests can enjoy magnificent, unobstructed 270-degree views over the ship’s bow and toward the horizon. if this doesn’t make you want to cruise then nothing will!
When it comes to dining Regent Seven Seas Cruises is also going all out. Three specialty restaurants will be available for guests including the main dining room Compass Rose, the Italian Riviera-inspired La Veranda and then the fleets signature steakhouse, Prime 7.
The announcement included details about the ships lounges and one of the largest will be the 694-seat Constellation Theater with posh cabaret-style seating intermixed with cocktail tables that feature hand-blown Murano glass lamps. Also included is the Observation Lounge with vista views and The Explorer Lounge where passenger can order their favorite drinks.
Regent Seven Seas has released details about the Seven Seas Explorer’s maiden voyage which will be a 14-night sailing from Monte Carlo to Venice on July 20, 2016. Reservations for Seven Seas Explorer’s inaugural season open Feb. 4, 2015.