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14 Aug 10 Nights  Regent
  • 14 Aug 10 Nights Regent

    $27,199.00 Regular Price
    $3,000.00Sale Price

    10 nights departing August 14, 2024

    Regent ❘ Seven Seas Grandeur

    Brochure Balcony $28,298

    Our Balcony Suite $7,200

    Interline Rate $3,000

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    Vibe:

    Every luxury included - cruise like a millionaire with one of the few genuinely all-inclusive lines. Regent is slightly more staid than some, like an old-world European Hotel. The new ships in the fleet represent a change of focus in the brand towards a significantly more modern and contemporary product.

     

    Key Signatures of the Brand:

    The only genuine ALL-INCLUSIVE brand

    Extreme Luxury – all-suite – small ships

    Almost 1:1 guest ratio

    Separate lounge and bedroom area

    Walk in robes

    Marble bathroom double sink/shower/bath

    Balconies large enough for deck loungers

     

    What’s Included:

    All meals, including specialty dining - unlike Silversea

    All tips paid

    Unlimited caviar

    Free Flow French

    Full open bar

    Full mini bar

    All standard shore excursions

    Taxes

     

    What’s Not Included:

    High-cost shore excursions - eg Helicopters

     

    To compare to their closest competition:

    Silversea is the closest, with almost everything on offer and included in the fare being the same, with two key exceptions:

    Silversea offers Butlers to all suites, which Regent does not.

    Additionally, Silversea now charges for several of its top specialty restaurants—with Regent, these are all included, so dollar for dollar, if at a similar price point, Regnet comes out on top.

    Seabourn has a more contemporary vibe; however, taxes and shore excursions are additional.

    Regent is generally more expensive than Seabourn; however to compare apples with apples you need to consider that taxes and shore excursions have a nominal value of approximately $150 p/p per day. Regent inclusions, over and above Seabourn, sit at roughly $1050 for 7 days, $1500 for 10.

     

    Demographic Best Suited To:

    As with the other high-end brands, Regent has very few kids onboard.

    Regent has a formal dress code, but it sits somewhere between the more strict Silverea and the more relaxed Seabourn.

    Traditionally, Regent attracted a slightly older demographic that appreciated the more staid decore and elevated service culture.

    The new ships are much more modern and contemporary. This represents a brand repositioning; hence, the demographic will have a younger focus moving forward.

     

    The Fleet:

    If you have a choice between similar itineraries, we advise you to seek to sail on one of their three new ships, Spelndor, Grandure, or Explorer. However, this should not put you off; the other ships still offer an exceptional experience and have all been refurbished.

     

    Seven Seas Splendor - 2020 - 750 passengers - Splendor Specific Page

    Seven Seas Explorer - 2016 - 750 passengers - Explorer Specific Page

    Seven Seas Grandeur - 2023 - 746 passengers - Grandeur Specific Page

     

    Seven Seas Mariner - 2001 - 700 passengers - Mariner Specific Page

    Seven Seas Navigator - 1999 - 490 passengers - Splendor Specific Page

    Seven Seas Voyager - 2003 - 700 passengers - Explorer Specific Page

    • A note about pricing.

      Our prices, like most online retailers, including VTG, are not live, only indicative.

       

      We do everything possible to ensure pricing is accurate when they are uploaded every Sunday.

       

      However, pricing in the cruise industry is no different from airfares. Prices can go up and down based on availability and can change, or indeed sell out, in the time it takes you to refresh your screen.

       

      When you request a quote we have to get into the reservation system of the cruise line and verify current-day pricing, which can be different from prices on our website. Pricing in the industry is all communicated electronically and this can lead to corrupted data and errors which we may not pick up until we ask for a specific quote.

       

      Until we place a firm hold on a cabin, prices can never be guaranteed. Failure to pay deposits by the set deadlines will void any quoted prices.

       

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