Discover Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Top 5 Reasons to Cruise on Regent Seven Seas Cruises
  • The most all-inclusive cruise option available.
  • Free flights, hotel, beverages, and shore excursions.
  • Pampering at Canyon Ranch SpaClub.
  • All-balcony, all-suite ships.
  • Small group enrichment and excursion programs.
*Features vary by ship.
 

About Regent Seven Seas Cruises
 
RSSC ships are known for spacious, elegantly appointed staterooms, and outstanding service and dining. The company boasts some of the industry's highest space-per-guest and staff-per-guest ratios. Its standard cabins -- all of which are called suites -- are among the most spacious in the industry. Coming in the summer of 2016, Regent Seven Seas' Seven Seas Explorer will be a 750-passenger, all-suite, all-balcony luxury vessel. Each ship in the fleet features an Internet center as well as a Carita of Paris spa. Alcoholic beverages, an in-suite bar setup and gratuities are all included in the cabin fare.

Life On-Board
 
Setting the tone for a relaxed cruise experience is RSSC's all-open-seating dining policy in its onboard restaurants. Each ship has the usual main restaurant (though names and themes vary), and operates on a high level that incorporates luxury atmosphere with cuisine. All also offer their own interpretations of alternative restaurants, from a more casual Italian trattoria with singing waiters to intimate Le Cordon Bleu-run establishments. House wines and other liquor-based drinks are poured on a complimentary basis at dinner and all non-alcoholic beverages (cold and hot) are always complimentary throughout the cruise. Popular features spread across the fleet include a "gratuity included in the fare" policy, butler service in uppermost category suites, and sophisticated entertainment and lecture programs.
Smoking Policy
There is no smoking allowed in cabins, on balconies, or in any public space unless it is marked as a designated smoking area. Cigar smoking is only permitted in the Connoisseur Club and the designated area on the opposite side of the Pool Bar. Pipe smoking is only permitted in the Connoisseur Club. The following areas are designated smoking areas:
  • Seven Seas Mariner: Connoisseur Club, Pool area (opposite side of the Pool Bar), and Horizon Lounge (one side of outdoor area)
  • Seven Seas Navigator: Connoisseur Club, Pool area (opposite side of the Pool Bar), and Galileo's (one side of outdoor area)
  • Seven Seas Voyager: Connoisseur Club, Pool area (opposite side of the Pool Bar), and Horizon Lounge (one side of outdoor area)


Explore the Ships
 
Regent ships all offer slightly different interpretations of a floating luxury resort. RSSC offers globe-spanning routes, touching some 300 ports on every continent, including Antarctica. Voyager sails Mediterranean, Baltic, Caribbean and Panama Canal voyages, as well as a world cruise. Navigator's itineraries include the Mediterranean, Caribbean, Canada, New England, and Top of the World sailings to Iceland and Scandinavia. The Seven Seas Mariner visits Alaska, Caribbean, Pacific, South America, and Panama Canal/Costa Rica. New ship Explorer, coming in the summer of 2016, will sail itineraries in the Mediterranean for its inaugural season.

 
Fellow Passengers

While the age range encompasses couples from the mid-30's to 80's, RSSC primarily attracts professional and retired couples, aged 40+, who are affluent and seasoned travelers (mostly from North America, with a handful of passengers from the rest of the world). The itinerary of the ship tends to drive the age and activity levels of individual sailings.