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Regent Seven Seas Cruises
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Description
  • Luxury line with excellent dining and service
  • Mariner, Voyager and Navigator are all-suite ships
  • Complimentary excursion programs
  • A specialist in world cruises

Regent Seven Seas Cruises, owned by Prestige Cruise Holdings (which also operates sister line Oceania Cruises), is a luxury line that balances traditional onboard ambience with contemporary features and amenities. One of the most value-oriented cruise lines in the business, RSSC is uniquely inclusive: fares cover cruise prices, pre- and post-cruise tours and hotel stays, gratuities, shore excursions and beverages, from liquor to sodas. 

This inclusivity has an interesting impact on the onboard ambience of the three-ship fleet of Mariner, Voyager and Navigator. Because passengers travel together, whether on pre-cruise land portions or on the vast menu of free shore excursions, there's a lot of bonding on the typical Regent Seven Seas cruise. That results in a wonderfully social ambience onboard, and people get friendlier as the trip proceeds. 

While some facets of the RSSC experience are quite traditional (passengers typically dress elegantly for dinner, whatever the dress code, and entertainment tends toward karaoke, trivia and Broadway-esque performances), the ship itself offers a relaxed luxury experience.

Each ship's four restaurants are open seating: The main restaurant venue, Prime 7 steakhouse, haute French spot Signature and the Italian-influenced Sette Mare. Food and service are superb, and choice, on any menu, is plentiful. House wines, of a higher quality than we've seen on other luxury lines that offer free drinks, are poured at lunch and dinner, and other liquor-based drinks are poured on a complimentary basis throughout the ship.

Regent Seven Seas offers all-suite accommodations and are among the most spacious in the luxury sector. On Mariner and Voyager, all suites have private balconies.

Regent's parent company has invested in the cruise line, notably adding a Canyon Ranch Spa Club to operate its small spas and gyms, a new concierge-level accommodation category with additional perks and a combination of “free” and extra-fee shore excursions. 


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