The most luxurious cruise ship. Ever built
David bowers | June 10, 2014 | Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Explorer
This ship lives up to its reputation. It entered service earlier this year . The only fault we could find was in the signage for it’s main restaurant Compass Rose which was described as being in the aft part of the ship but omitted to say that access could only be gained from the forward lifts and stairways.
We really could not find any other fault with this ship. The service was flawless in every way. The decor was superb and the soundproofing better than in any other ship we have sailed in and we have been cruising for over 45 years.
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