Regent Seven Seas have become a worldwide brand and a true leader in the luxury cruise market. With four ships carrying between 490 to 750 passengers per voyage, this cruise line focuses on providing a personalised experience for each and every guest, and have become synonymous for visiting many intimate, historic ports that today’s larger cruise ships are unable to reach. However, despite Regent Seven Seas Cruises being known for mid-sized ships and luxury environments, there’s much more than initially meets the eye. The cruise line has won many awards in recent years for delectable cuisine, all-suite accommodations, and for providing the best shore excursions.
If you’re looking for unrivalled luxury, you’ve found it in Regent Seven Seas Cruises. This luxury cruise line really does go above and beyond. Sleep in 2,000 square foot opulent suite accommodations, dine on not one but three types of mouth-wateringly tender carpaccio, and prepare to be wowed while visiting breath-taking destinations that other cruise lines simply sail by. These include Mariehamn, Finland, famed for its maritime museums, and Murmansk, Russia, which holds the record for being the largest city north of the Arctic Circle. The ‘Regent Experience’ is like nothing you’ve known before, and with so many unique itineraries, you will find yourself choosing Regent Seven Seas year after year.
One of Regent Seven Seas’ many standout features is the all-inclusive experience, which really makes the cruise line stand out from the crowd. Unlike other cruise lines, Regent Seven Seas include everything within their base price. This includes flights to or from the UK, gratuities, speciality-dining restaurants and of course a full complimentary bar.
Even little extras such as internet access and pre/post cruise hotels are all included for guests travelling in concierge suites and higher. Passengers can budget for their cruise better than ever before, and can truly immerse themselves in different cultures thanks to the free, unlimited shore excursions.
These are just a few highlights of the Regent Seven Seas all-inclusive experience with a promise to deliver an extraordinary experience. Enjoy … It’s all included.
Regent Seven Seas do not offer a huge number of sailings from UK ports. They do, however, offer a large number of one way itineraries to or from Southampton (with one-way flights including in the price!), and a range of British Isles cruises that depart and return to the UK, teaching you more about your home country than you ever thought possible, and taking you to some of the UK’s most stunning destinations, including Portree situated on Scotland’s Isle of Skye.
Regent Seven Seas sail worldwide - in fact, one of their unique selling points is that they visit exotic destinations all over the world rather than focusing upon a single area - so many of their sailings involve flights from the UK. This isn’t a problem, though; don’t forget that flights are all part of the Regent Seven Seas all-inclusive experience! Enjoy the fascinating culture of the Middle East and the outstanding natural beauty of South Africa with a Dubai to Cape Town sailing, blend the mesmerising cityscape of Buenos Aires with the classic architecture of Barcelona on a transatlantic crossing, or lose yourself in some of the world’s most unbelievable destinations on a grand voyage, taking in the neon-lit streets of Tokyo, the history of Mumbai, and the exciting energy of Hong Kong.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises offer passengers up to four gourmet restaurants including the cruise lines iconic steakhouse venue – Prime 7, plus haute French cuisine at Signatures and Continental dining at Compass Rose. There’s also casual, informal dining both indoors and outdoors at La Veranda, the Tuscan inspired evening restaurant Setti Mari at La Veranda and the al fresco Pool Grill.
In the past, luxury cruising hasn’t been particularly accessible to families, but Regent Seven Seas Cruises are beginning to break the mould, not only welcoming younger travellers, but also providing incentives for families to consider luxury cruising. The cruise line offers reduced fares for children and teenagers (under 18) on selected sailings around the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, and have even introduced the Club Mariner Youth Program for children aged between 5 and 17 years. The level of detail and attention that goes into planning children’s events is no less than that which goes into planning on board activities for adults. Taking a cruise through Alaska’s fjords? Younger guests will spend their days handcrafting Alaskan dream catchers, taking part in the Alaskan Olympics, and even going on treasure hunts for anything leftover from the Gold Rush!