The five small to mid-size ships in Regent Seven Seas' luxury cruise line's six-star fleet include: the newest all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Explorer II, The second all-suite, all-balcony ship, the 700-guest Seven Seas Voyager, her sister ship the Seven Seas Mariner, the all-suite Seven Seas Navigator and the French Polynesian Paul Gauguin.
In January 2006, A maximum of 198 fortunate guests will explore Antarctica aboard the Explorer II, on two 11-night expedition luxury cruises. In September 1999, Regent Seven Seas launched its ship, the ms Seven Seas Navigator, in the same six-star tradition. And in March 2001, Regent introduced the world's first all-suite, all-balconied ship, the Seven Seas Mariner. Each guest is treated to an unprecedented level of expansive personal luxury. Only Regent Seven Seas Cruises offers such a broad spectrum of distinctive vessels and voyages, while upholding an uncompromising standard of cruising excellence throughout, to each destination, aboard each luxury cruise line ship.
Here are just a few of the great things that make Regent Seven Seas Cruises so distinct:
- Ships cater to only 180 to 700 guests
- All oceanview staterooms, most with private balconies
- Single, open-seating dining and alternative restaurant for dinner
- Complimentary wine with dinner
- Complimentary soft drinks, mineral water & juices
- Complimentary stocked bar in stateroom