If you’re looking for a cruise which is as much about exploring the land as venturing to sea, look no further than a Regent Seven Seas Cruises experience.
The elegant fleet of all-suite, all-balcony (90% on Navigator) ships carry no more than 750 guests to all corners of the globe. Itineraries can include stops at some of the most enchanting destinations on the planet, making Regent’s luxurious ships - Seven Seas Voyager®, Seven Seas Mariner®, Seven Seas Navigator® and Seven Seas Explorer® - the ultimate way to discover the world.
Regent Seven Seas offer a truly global selection of voyages. You might like to journey from Lisbon to Cape Town, stopping off at the Canary Islands and many West African ports along the way. Maybe a cruise around the Caribbean is more your speed? Or even a Grand Crossing over the open ocean? What makes a cruise holiday so very special is the ability to visit a number of destinations in a single itinerary, affording much more scope for varied travel than a land holiday.
Fully-inclusive and unlimited shore excursions mean exploring the ports of call are part and parcel of any Regent Seven Seas Cruises. During your stay you’ll be able to truly kick back and relax in your private suite, where you’ll be welcomed with a bottle of champagne which you can enjoy while reading a book or surveying the view from your spacious suite and balcony.
Dining on board is a feast for the senses with a variety of venues on board, and the fleet’s latest vessel, the Seven Seas Explorer® boasts some incredible speciality restaurants including Pacific Rim, offering Asian flavours, and Chartreuse, featuring modern French cuisine.
All vessels in the fleet offer all-suite, all-balcony accommodation*, boasting plush furnishings, Regent’s signature ‘Suite Slumber’ beds, large walk-in wardrobes and marbled bathrooms.
*Navigator 90% balcony.
The Voyager, Mariner and Navigator cater for between 490 and 750 guests and all offer luxurious accommodations and facilities including open seating dining. The Seven Seas Explorer - billed as "the most luxurious ship ever built" - made her maiden voyage in summer 2016 and showcases 375 suites.
On board accommodation is of the highest standard, with space and amenities to equal top hotels. Facilities across the fleet include a casino, theatre, spa, fitness centre and outdoor sports activities. Other pleasant attractions include guest lectures and enrichment activities.