Regent Seven Seas Cruises


When a resort or cruise would tell you that it is “all-inclusive”, you’d think that translates to “includes everything” in the price you pay. In today’s world the term has morphed into a lot, but not necessarily everything, is included. Still not sure how that happened, but it’s annoying, isn’t it?

Why do we mention that here? Welcome to Regent Seven Seas Cruises, the pioneer of all-inclusive luxury cruises.  Think wines, beer, house brand liquor,  prepaid gratuities, at least 200 minutes of WiFi (new in 2016), airfare from major US gateway airports,  as well as shore excursions included in the price. Oh, and did we mention that the staterooms are ALL suites, 97% with balconies? Spa lovers enjoy renown Canyon Ranch Spa Club, and all passengers can partake in lectures by well-known experts, thanks to Smithsonian Journeys. Regent Seven Seas ships travel the world, so we know you’ll find many irresistible cruise itineraries.


With a relaxed, casually elegant ambiance, don’t pack your tie or fancy dress clothes – you won’t need them; the dress code on Regent Seven Seas cruises is upscale casual. While there is a casino and a late-night disco, if you’re looking for pounding music and flashes of neon lights, you might want to look at another cruise line. Regent prides itself on allowing guests to get to know each other, share travel experiences, discuss current events, or relish in their interest in all things food.

A new 750 passenger ship, the Seven Seas Explorer debuts summer 2016 and boasts one of the highest space per passenger ratio. The ship will feature two new specialty restaurants – Chartreuse, a French fine dining experience, and Pacific Rim, a culinary tour of the best of Asia.  A new feature on the Explorer is the hands-on Culinary Arts Kitchen,where you can enhance your culinary skills. Some of the itineraries on the Explorer, designated as “Gourmet Explorer Tours, combine enjoying a region’s unique flavors, participating in a local cooking class, then sharpening your skills in the Culinary Arts Kitchen.
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