REGENT SEVEN SEAS CRUISES...THE ULTIMATE IN LUXURY CRUISING
Affordable Elegance with Regent Seven Seas Cruises & SeaLuxury
Regent Seven Seas Cruises is the world’s premier ultra-luxury cruise line. A vacation with Regent is all-inclusive: gratuities, open bars, shore excursions, and specialty restaurants are all taken care of in your fare. Regent Seven Seas’ intimate 6-star, all-suite ships travel to all corners of the world, from Asia to South America to must-see European hotspots. But with Le Cordon Bleu menus, vintage wine and artisan cheese tastings, and heated resort-style pools, you won’t need to leave the ship to have the luxury vacation of a lifetime.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises staterooms are consistently voted best at sea year after year. All suites are ocean-view, and 97% have private balconies. European king-size beds, walk-in closets, interactive flat-screens with complimentary movies-on-demand, and in-suite mini bars can be found in each and every room onboard. For even more indulgence, book a massage, facial, or aromatherapy session at the world-class Canyon Ranch SpaClub®. Golfers will love the onboard golf driving net and ocean-view putting greens, while active types can take advantage of group fitness classes or personal training sessions at the gym. Relax with a good book and a steamy cappuccino from Coffee Connection in the onboard library, or listen to a guest lecture from a former ambassador or politician. You can find whatever you’re in the mood for on a Regent Seven Seas Cruise – and if there is anything you want that you can’t find, the courteous Regent staff will be more than happy to provide it.
Your onboard dining options are varied and exciting: Oysters Rockefeller and filet mignon at Prime 7, or Shanghai dumplings and Maine lobster tail at Compass Rose? Whether you prefer gourmet Italian specialties at Sette Mari at La Veranda or authentic French fare at Signatures, you’re guaranteed to dine on fresh, inventive cuisine – with complimentary wine, of course. After dinner, head to the two-story show lounge for a full-scale Broadway musical or a cabaret show accompanied by the nine-piece Regent Signature Orchestra. Continue the night with a game of poker in the casino, and then sip a cocktail while listening to a jazz ensemble in the sophisticated Connoisseur Club.
Featuring the very best accommodations, gourmet food, and an attentive staff, Regent Seven Seas Cruises provides a completely carefree vacation. Combine the unrivaled luxury of a Regent Seven Seas Cruise with the unbeatable value offered by SeaLuxury, and you have a truly unforgettable cruise vacation.
To explore the grand cities of Europe in equally grand style, sail with Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Most itineraries range from 7 to 18 nights and take you to all corners of the continent, from the Mediterranean to Scandinavia to Russia. Sail to Santorini, Greece to picnic on black-sand beaches nestled between cliffs, or head to Dubrovnik, Croatia for idyllic red roof views of the Old City set against the Adriatic. In Dublin, drink an authentic-as-it-gets Guinness, or experience the one-of-a-kind White Nights in St. Petersburg. No matter which European cities speak to you, Regent Seven Seas Cruises will take you there in unmatched luxury and comfort – so the only thing left for you to do is simply enjoy.
Unspoiled natural beauty and awe-inspiring wildlife await you on a Regent Seven Seas Cruise to Alaska. You’ll cruise past pristine glaciers and spot sea lions and whales on your journey through the Inside Passage to popular port cities like Skagway, Juneau, and Ketchikan, all home to fascinating history, exhilarating mountain views, and pure, untouched wilderness. Regent Seven Seas Cruises to Alaska also visit lesser-known ports like Wrangell, where you can watch black and brown bears fish for salmon at the Anan Creek Bear Observatory, and Sitka, where you can get up-close-and-personal with bald eagles at the Alaska Raptor Center. And here’s the best part – with Regent Seven Seas, once-in-a-lifetime shore excursions like these are all included in your fare.
Spend 7 to 11 nights soaking up sun and fun on a Caribbean Regent Seven Seas Cruise. The beaches of the Caribbean can’t be beat, but the region has much more to offer than its powder-soft sand and crystal-clear water (not to mention its world-class snorkeling, swimming, and diving!). Tour Ernest Hemingway’s home-turned-museum in Key West, Florida for some literary inspiration, or explore your swashbuckling side in Castries, St. Lucia on former pirate hideout Pigeon Island. In Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, play a round of golf tropical-style at Mahogany Run Golf Course, one of the world’s most beautiful courses. Shop for local goods at the bustling Straw Market in Nassau, Bahamas, or pass the time in a chic cafe in Gustavia, St. Barts. The Caribbean has all the ingredients of a perfect vacation – all you need to do is choose where to begin!
Seven Seas Voyager
Following extensive refurbishment in October 2016, Seven Seas Voyager joins Seven Seas Navigator as Regent Seven Seas Cruises' second ship to undergo ... learn more Ship Completed Date: Apr 1, 2003 Photos & Tours
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