If you like to keep up with our blog, you’ll already know about Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ incredible new ship Seven Seas Explorer, due to enter service later this year.
Whether you’ve managed to book a place on-board during her maiden season or not, it’s good news all-round because the rest of the Regent ships are set to get a massive makeover, thanks to a £125m refurbishment programme across the whole fleet. The extensive plan will see the other ships in the fleet renovated to the same standards as Explorer, with both public spaces and suites receiving the full treatment.
The first ship to be granted the luxurious upgrade, marking the first stage in the $125m renovation, is Seven Seas Navigator and she will be followed by Seven Seas Voyager late in 2016, with Seven Seas Mariner being refurbished in spring 2017.
You’ll be able to see the new-look Seven Seas Navigator after April 13 when her two-week dry dock is completed. She’ll feature completely renovated suites and all her public areas including the Compass Rose and La Veranda restaurants, lounges, boutiques, the casino and the reception area will also emerge with completely new looks.
If you want to enjoy these new look ships for yourself, you’ll be pleased to know that we have a great choice of Regent Seven Seas cruises available, so take a look at what’s on offer, then call our Cruise Concierge team today to book.