REGENT SEVEN SEAS CRUISES

Regent Seven Seas Cruises is one of a small number of Ultra-Luxurious cruise lines that focus on providing an All-Inclusive cruise experience. It has one of the easiest-to-understand fleets.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises (RSSC), formerly known as Radisson Seven Seas Cruises, is headquartered in Miami, Florida. Since September 2014, Regent Seven Seas Cruises has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, which also owns Norwegian Cruise Line and Oceania Cruises.

There are currently six ships in the Regent fleet, which is made up of just two groups: the Explorer Class ships and the Small Cruise Ship Class ships.

The Seas Grandeur is the newest ship in the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet, which set sail on its maiden voyage in November 2023. It features all-balcony suites ranging from 307 to 4,443 square feet. Please see our YouTube Video, as we experienced a three-day preview cruise prior to the maiden voyage.

Related: A Grand Preview – Regent Seven Seas Grandeur

One of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ standout features is the company’s commitment to providing an Ultra-Luxurious All-Inclusive experience. Regent Seven Seas Cruises is considered to offer the most All-Inclusive experience of all the leading Ultra-Luxurious cruise lines. They cover everything from airfare to shore excursions, so you can relax and enjoy your cruise without worrying about additional costs.

Related: A Comprehensive Guide to the Regent Seven Seas Cruises Fleet

SMALL SHIPS CLASS

The current Regent Small Ships Class includes three very popular Ultra-Luxurious ships with varying passenger capacities: Seven Seas Navigator, Voyager, and Mariner.

For those who prefer a more intimate setting, the Seven Seas Navigator is a smaller ship in the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet that offers a more personalized experience. This ship has just 245 staterooms and can accommodate up to 490 guests, making it a great option for travellers who prefer a smaller ship atmosphere. The Seven Seas Navigator offers a range of dining options, as well as a theatre and a fitness centre.

The Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Voyager are two other popular ships in the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet. These ships are known for their spacious and comfortable staterooms and elegant decor. The Seven Seas Mariner offers a range of dining options, including a steakhouse, an Italian restaurant, and a seafood bar, as well as entertainment options such as a theatre and a spa. The Seven Seas Mariner also has a large fitness centre and a variety of activities for children and families.

FAST FACTS:
Seven Seas Navigator
496 Guests • 365 Crew • Gross Tonnage 28,803 • Crew/Passenger Ratio 1.51 • Passenger/Space Ratio 58.27 Launched 1991 Refurbished 2019

Seven Seas Mariner
700 Guests • 459 Crew • Gross Tonnage 48,075 • Crew/Passenger Ratio 1.60 • Passenger/Space Ratio 67.91 Launched 2001 Refurbished 2018

Seven Seas Voyager
698 Guests • 455 Crew • Gross Tonnage 42,363 • Crew/Passenger Ratio 1.60 • Passenger/Space Ratio 59.84 Launched 2003 Refurbished 2016

EXPLORER CLASS SHIPS

The launch of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Explorer Class ships has set a new standard in the cruise industry. Offering unparalleled luxury and sophistication, these vessels are perfect for those who seek the newest and most opulent cruising experiences.

The three ships in the Explorer Class, Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Splendor and Seven Seas Grandeur, each accommodating 750 passengers, are among the most luxurious cruise vessels ever constructed. Their grandeur is evident in every detail, from the soaring ceilings and inlaid marble floors to the dazzling crystal chandeliers (with each ship boasting over 500) and the priceless Picassos adorning the walls.

Every stateroom on these ships is a suite with a private balcony, ensuring a premium experience for every guest. Even the smallest suites, at 307 square feet, are generously sized, providing ample space and comfort.

FAST FACTS

Seven Seas Explorer
746 Guests • 548 Crew • Gross Tonnage 55,254 • Crew/Passenger Ratio 1.51 • Passenger/Space Ratio 58.27 Launched 2016

Seven Seas Splendor
746 Guests • 548 Crew • Gross Tonnage  55,498 • Crew/Passenger Ratio 1.51 • Passenger/Space Ratio 58.27 Launched 2020

Seven Seas Grandeur
744 Guests • 548 Crew • Gross Tonnage 55,500 • Crew/Passenger Ratio 1.51 • Passenger/Space Ratio 58.27 Launched 2023

Cruising in Style with Regent Seven Seas Splendor

Cruising in Style with Regent Seven Seas Splendor

We have waited so long to get back to cruising after covid, so were delighted to be invited onboard the Seven Seas Splendor cruise ship for a four-night test cruise before she resumed customer service.

Read our report – it was fabulous!

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The Start of a new Life: Regent Explorer Keel Laying VIDEO

Regent Seven Seas Cruises begins construction of Seven Seas Explorer

Construction has begun on the new Regent Seven Seas Explorer at the Fincantieri shipyard in Genoa, Italy. The crisp pop of a cork being freed from a Krug Grande Cuvée magnum initiated a laser, which cut the ceremonial first piece of steel for the new ship. Incorporating a bottle of the world’s finest champagne to start the building process is symbolic of the high level of sophistication and design being developed for Seven Seas Explorer, which is scheduled to debut in summer 2016.

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