Seven Seas Explorer Reviews
Billed as the ‘most luxurious cruise ship of all time’, Seven Seas Explorer is spaciously intimate, elegant and no expense has been spared in her construction. Her cabins are all suites, the food is outstanding and over an acre of marble, almost 500 chandeliers and some 2,500 pieces of art flow throughout her public spaces.
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A beautiful shipByon 18 March 2019Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Explorer Reviews
Explorer is undoubtedly a ship with a “wow factor”. It is like checking in too a luxury hotel with beautiful surroundings and ultra luxurious fittings. The ship is remarkably stable and there is virtually no engine vibration. The crew are friendly and nothing is too much trouble. We shall cruise again on this wonderful ship.
Once in a lifetime…….Byon 12 February 2019Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Explorer Reviews
Well worth the long flights to experience Brasil, Uruguay and Argentina. So much to see and do. January 2019 the weather was hot & humid. Sailing was good, never choppy or rocking. Lots of tendering required to visit the destinations on foot or join the excursions so be prepared. Should you opt to stay on board the quiet times in port are even more relaxing. You are spoilt once you have sailed with Regent. Seemingly...
Western Med CruiseByon 06 December 2018Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Explorer Reviews
We have had several Regent cruises but the Explorer is the finest ship in the line. Service, dining, entertainment and shore trips are of the highest level. We like the fact that you pay up front and there is genuinely no extra charges. However, the complimentary drinks are top notch. Although we had a most enjoyable cruise there was one element which we had never come across in all our cruising with this and other...
PerfectByon 23 April 2018Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Explorer Reviews
The whole experience was delightful. Everything was efficient and staff were helpful and friendly. The suites are spacious and very well designed as was the entire ship. Every restaurant served delicious, well-presented food. I liked the healthy options. The inclusive nature of Regent cruises means you don’t really spend any money, except on shore. Even the laundry facility was free. Excursions were well-organised and catered for a variety of interests. The usual grumble about people...
Explorer in the CaribbeanByon 11 January 2018Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Explorer Reviews
Regent hype this ship as the best ever. We had one of the cheapest cabins, and it was small. Veranda was quite big though and it had a normal height table so we used that for breakfast when we went on early trips. The decor was dark in the cabin, generally the decor was dark, why? In the theatre you had to be careful not to fall down the steps as the carpet was darker...
Unexpectedly balmy November weather made a perfect holidayByon 04 December 2017Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Explorer Reviews
Having sailed with Seven Seas before, we knew the standard of the ship would be exemplary and it was every bit as good as we hoped. The staff were outstanding, the food excellent, the itinerary was wonderful, but the weather was extraordinarily mild and calm and sunny for November on the Mediterranean! We often cruise the area at this time and have never had such beautiful weather – more like September in those waters. We...
Fantastic cruise ship, butByon 11 October 2016Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Explorer Reviews
This was our first cruise with Regent and we were impressed with the ship, the staff, the cabin and the food. It was clearly the best cruise line we have been on but at ?1,000 per day for a Concierge Suite it should be. The pre cruise overnight stop in Venice was not particularly well organised, partly due to us not being kept informed by the Italian staff and the hotel room was clearly the...
The most luxurious cruise ship. Ever builtByon 11 October 2016Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Explorer Reviews
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...