At Regent Seven Seas, they offer an incomparable
program of exploration and Regent Cruise Line
discovery to over 300 ports on six continents, including Antarctica. Their luxury
vessels are designed for guests numbering in the hundreds rather than the thousands.
The ambiance on board is personal, individual, accommodating... upscale but not
uptight. And all ships also share certain distinctions in accommodations, service,
dining and amenities that elevate them to the lofty vantage point of an enviable
Twice chosen as the World's Best Small Cruise Line by the readers
of Travel + Leisure magazine and in 2003 by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler,
Regent Seven Seas has earned a leadership role in the 6-star cruise industry.
The fleet of luxury ships provides a limited number of guests the highest standard
of cruising excellence combined with exciting opportunities for discovery around
At Regent Seven Seas Cruises, it is their objective to provide
an ultra-luxury cruise experience that also represents true value. In keeping
with this philosophy, the voyages feature many enhancements, benefits or special
events on a complimentary basis or at a minimal cost.
Each suite features a bedroom with twin beds or European king
bed; living room with loveseat, armchairs, and adjustable table; television and
VCR; private balcony with outdoor furniture; marble bathroom with showers and
full tubs; well-stocked mini-bar; walk-in closet; and butler service.
Balcony Staterooms feature a private balcony, individual temperature
control, one queen-size bed or two twin beds, a marble-appointed bathroom with
full-size bathtub and shower, television and VCR, personal safe, and telephone.
Additional amenities include cotton bathrobes, hair dryer, refrigerator stocked
with soft drinks, and in-stateroom bar set-up upon embarkation.
Queen-size bed, window, marble-appointed bath with full-sized
tub and shower, cotton robes, hair dryer, closed circuit television and VCR, individual
temperature control, refrigerator stocked with soft drinks and mineral water,
complimentary bar set-up on embarkation, direct dial phone and 24-hour room service,
sitting area, and vanity/desk.
Inside Staterooms have single and double wardrobes.
On each voyage, a guest lecturer drawn from the highest ranks
of the Diplomatic Service, leading universities or museums presents informal talks
or slide shows about the unique places you'll be visiting. Learn about the Incas
of Peru on a South America cruise, for example, or a lecture on Renaissance Florence
on a voyage around Italy.
Guests who prefer to take a cyber-path to enlightenment will
find at least 14 computers in the Club.com, 4 computers in the Internet Caf, and
both color and laser printers, all available for a nominal charge. Free computer
classes include Introduction to E-mail and Advanced Word Processing and Digital
Photography may also be available. Or if bridge is the game of choice, a certified
Master Bridge instructor can teach guests the fine art of contract or duplicate
bridge in the card room.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises exclusive Le Cordon Bleu Class Culinaire
is available on select sailings, a hands-on experience taught by chefs trained
in the Le Cordon Bleu method of classic French cooking. There is a charge of $395
per guest for this exclusive course.
The activity deck is devoted to sports; with golf cages, shuffleboard,
paddle tennis and a full-circle jogging track. One flight down, the teak pool
deck is one of the most expansive at sea, includes a large heated pool, two whirlpools,
table tennis, and a Pool Bar and Grill.
The Fitness Center, guests may crunch, lift, row, tread, pedal
or run to their hearts' content. A fitness instructor is on had to assist you
with a program to fit their needs, whether they are a novice or a veteran. Follow
a workout with aerobics, a power walk around the deck, or maybe a few laps in
the pool, and be exercised and eager to partake of the offerings of the Spa.
Regent guests have access to one of the most exclusive land-based
spa operations in the world, with its unrivalled approach to spa and beauty, services
are tailored uniquely to the needs of each individual.
This upscale spa, whose patented techniques flow from its Parisian heritage, was
founded with a single aim: to unveil "the touch of charm inside everyone
with made-to-measure solutions". The Carita approach couples pleasure with
effectiveness, sophistication with simplicity and research with the expertise
of highly trained beauty therapists, hairdressers and nail technicians.
In the Constellation Theater, an expectant hush gives way to
applause as the curtain opens on a spectacular performance. Dazzling Broadway
musical revues are presented the state-of-the-art, two-tiered show lounge with
its full-size proscenium stage. The dynamic production shows including were created
by renowned producer Peter Grey Terhune.
In the mood to gamble? Drop by the elegantly appointed Casino,
where croupiers deal the cards and announce the plays with a savior-faire that
would make James Bond green with envy. Gaming choices include blackjack, mini-craps,
roulette, video poker, and slot machines.
Several intimate bars and lounges offer a choice of nighttime
amusements ranging from singing by the piano bar to dancing to the latest DJ selections.
Enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail accompanied by the relaxing sounds of a harp. Settle
into a comfortable English club chair in the cigar lounge and light up a hand-rolled
cigar. And before retiring, have a nightcap high above the sea, accompanied by
a galactic display of falling stars.
No matter where you dine on board a Regent Seven Seas Cruises
ship, the cuisine is always six-star. Guests have the choice of enjoying authentic
Italian cuisine in the trattoria, dining in style in the main dining room, or
savoring the culinary arts of Le Cordon Bleu of Paris, undoubtedly the most famous
cooking school. They make their own pastries, breads and pasta daily and stock
their wine cellar to please the most discriminating palate. There's a grill for
casual dining by the pool, and open single-seating restaurants where waiters recruited
from some of the world's finest restaurants and hotels provide "Above &
Beyond" service. A choice of fine, complimentary wine is poured nightly,
or a professional sommelier will be pleased to discuss alternatives available
for purchase from the wine cellar. And, of course guests may choose to dine en
suite with 24-hour room service.
Club Mariner is a program offered on several Regent ships during
the summer months and the holiday seasons. Available on the Seven Seas Mariner,
the Seven Seas Navigator, and the Seven Seas Voyager, Club Mariner offers a variety
of activities for children from the ages of 6 to 11 and 12 to 17.
Young cruisers are divided into two age groups, and activities are designed for
each group. The Club Mariner counselors have many activities, including games,
craft projects, movies, and "food fun" to make sure each child has a
memorable experience. Teens help the counselor select the activities they prefer
to do on their cruise.