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FAQs Regent Seven Seas

One of the few true ALL-INCLUSIVE six-star line.


Smaller, all-suite ships, with walk-in robes, separate lounge and bed areas,  marble bathrooms, many with a bath, and 99% all with balconies.


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, which Regent does not.

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


Our advice is to try to sail on one of their three new ships, Spelndor, Grandure, and Explorer. As these are a world away from the original fleet that although very good, is more old-fashioned and staid, in terms of design and decor.


  • All meals
  • Including specialty dining
  • Full open bar
  • Mini bar
  • Wifi
  • Taxes
  • and even standard excursions, high-cost ones like helicopters are extra


  • Fleet: six ships, two classes:
    • Explorer Class: newest, most spacious, 750 guests
      • Seven Seas Explorer: launched in 2016, most luxurious ship ever built, largest suite at sea, eight restaurants, Pacific Rim, art collections
      • Seven Seas Splendor: launched in 2020, sister ship of Explorer, enhancements and innovations, culinary arts kitchen, observation lounge, Chartreuse
      • Seven Seas Grandeur: launching in 2023, final Explorer Class ship, classic elegance with contemporary flair, The Gallery, Sette Mari at La Veranda
    • Small Cruise Ship Class: older, smaller, intimate, cozy, 490-700 guests
      • Seven Seas Mariner: launched in 2001, first all-suite, all-balcony ship, variety of suites, four restaurants, Prime 7
      • Seven Seas Voyager: launched in 2003, sister ship of Mariner, enhancements and additions, coffee bar, Voyager Lounge
      • Seven Seas Navigator: launched in 1999, smallest, most intimate ship, 490 guests, high staff-to-guest ratio, one main restaurant, Compass Rose, two specialty restaurants, La Veranda, Prime 7 (suite guests only)


FAQs Regent Seven Seas

$20,000.00 Regular Price
$4,000.00Sale Price
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