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Regent Seven Seas Cruises

These are the ships in the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet, which carry from 490 to 750 guests

  • Seven Seas Voyager (all suites, all balcony)
  • Seven Seas Mariner (all suites, all balcony)
  • Seven Seas Navigator (all suites, 90% with balcony)
  • Seven Seas Explorer (all suites, all balcony)
  • TBA (all suites, all balcony) from 2020

When Regent Seven Seas says that their ultra-luxury cruises are All Inclusive, they really do mean All Inclusive: –

  • Complimentary return flights on every cruise (Business on European voyages)
  • Complimentary unlimited shore excursions in every port (see video below)
  • Hotel package with Concierge Suites and higher
  • All gratuities, service charges and tips included
  • All fine dining, including speciality restaurants
  • All drinks and beverages, including fine wines, selected Champagnes, beer and premium branded spirits, soft drinks, bottled water, speciality coffees and teas served throughout the ship at any time of the day
  • All onboard activities, including production shows, expert guest lectures, wine & food workshops, sporting activities and more
  • Complimentary in-suite mini bar replenished daily with soft drinks, beer and bottled water
  • 24 hour room service, including in-suite dining
  • Butler service in C category suites and above

Regent Seven Seas offer cruises around the world, including destinations such as the Mediterranean, South America, Caribbean, Alaska, New England and Northern Europe, as well as World Voyages of up to 143 nights

Click on the following link to see my Facebook album of photos I took on Seven Seas Voyager

 
 

For full terms and conditions of the inclusions, or for an up-to-date quotations, call GoCruise with Ian now

About Regent Seven Seas Cruises

 

(Page updated December 2017)