Whether you’re on a 45-day world cruise, a 20-day sojourn in Asia-Pacific or a Caribbean adventure, Regent Seven Seas Cruise (RSSC) offers an unforgettable journey to the world’s greatest destinations where everything is included, without exception and without compromise.

Regent Seven Seas represents the very best in cruising, a luxurious experience for people who seek the finer things in life or simply want a brief holiday away from it all.

Sailing to 350 destinations worldwide, RSSC’s vessels are among the most spacious afloat, with ocean-view suites and staterooms boasting private balconies. Each ship features elegant public areas with relaxed and comfortable ambience, a wide range of gourmet restaurants, and the world-class Canyon Ranch Spa Club.


This summer, RSSC will add to its existing fleet – Seven Seas Voyager, Seven Seas Mariner, and Seven Seas Navigator—the all-balcony, all-suite 750-guest Seven Seas Explorer, the most luxurious ship ever built.

And true to its commitment to continue to raise the bar for elegance and comfort in luxury cruising, the luxury cruise liner is set to undertake an extensive, $125-million fleet-wide refurbishment programme for its vessels, starting with the Seven Seas Navigator. Upgrades are planned for the Seven Seas Voyager and the Seven Seas Mariner in late 2016 and the spring of 2017, respectively.

“These renovations will bring a new level of elegance to the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet, strengthening our position as the undisputed leader in luxury cruising, operating the most luxurious ships at sea”, said Jason Montague, President and Chief Operating Officer for Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

What makes the Regent Seven Seas experience even more outstanding, apart from its impeccably personalised service and luxe amenities, is the array of guided tours to exciting places. It offers pleasurable shore excursions to history, culture and cuisine at various ports of call. In Thailand, experience an elephant ride across the jungles of Phuket; in the Philippines, soak up the sun in Boracay, one of the world’s best beaches; in Israel, walk the pilgrim’s path across Jerusalem, or savour Alaska’s  king crabs. The best part of it is the cruise staff take care of everything—from knowledgeable local guides to comfortable transportation.


Even life on deck is given a special touch. Each ship accommodates a maximum of 700 guests, with a staff-to-guest ratio of 1 to 1.5. That means the ship is just the right size for stellar serviceno queues or waiting to find a quiet spot with absolutely no distractions. Each suite and stateroom boasts elegant and comfortable interiors with plush fabrics and original artwork.

Complimentary room service as well  as dining at any restaurant aboard the ship, including the iconic steakhouse Prime 7, are available 24 hours a day. The en-suite mini bar is replenished daily with beverages, fine wines and spirits.

The six-starred Regent Seven Seas has been cited among the world’s top-rated cruise lines by prestigious publications and organisations such as the Luxury Travel Advisor Awards of Excellence, Conde Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure magazine.

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