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REGENT SEVEN SEAS CRUISES                         
United States, Bahamas, Mediterranean, Greece, Caribbean, South Pacific, South America, Africa, Seychelles, Amazon, Antarctica, Canary Islands, Arctic, Iceland, Greenland, United Kingdom, Scandinavia, Alaska, Russia, Asia, Middle East, Australia, New Zealand

Passenger Capacity: 490
Built: 1999
Length: 560 ft.
Beam: 81 ft.
Draft: 21 ft.
Elevator: 3
Officers: European
Staff and Crew: 325. European
Wheelchair Access
  • Itinerary: There are 4 to 11-night cruises: to the Caribbean from Ft. Lauderdale, Palm Beach, San Juan, and Tampa; between New York and Freeport; between New York and Montreal including the St. Lawrence River; and between New York and Iceland.
  • Cabins: 206. All are outside, are 301 to 1,173 sq. ft., and 90 percent have balconies. All have individual temperature control, king-size bed (can convert to twins), walk-in closets, full-size bathtub and separate shower, VCR, refrigerator, and telephone. There are 19 cabins that are interconnecting. Four cabins are wheelchair accessible.
  • Dining: There are two restaurants -- the Compass Rose and the Portofino Grill. There is open, single seating with complimentary wine at dinner;  24 hour room service.
  • Dress: Casual during the day. Resort wear or jackets for men at night. The ambiance is luxury without pretension, but a tux would be appropriate on formal night.
  • Facilities and Activities: The two-tiered Seven Seas Lounge with walls of glass overlooking the water has the look of a sophisticated 1930's night club. The Galileo has a piano bar. The Connoisseur Club has leather chairs, port and cigars. The Navigator Lounge has a harpist. There is a pool, two whirlpools, a casino, a small boutique, a library with books, videos, and computers with internet access. A health club and spa have aromatherapy, seaweed and mud wraps, massages, herbal, thalasso and hydrate therapies, steam rooms, sauna, a juice bar, and salon services. There is an electronic and radar display to track ship position or you may visit the bridge. There is a golf pro, driving cage and putting green on board. Golfers are offered greens privileges at clubs on many of the cruises.
  • Recent Fares Reported to Us:  $4,595 for a 16-night cruise, gratuities included. Discount of $1,500 per person for combining two or more cruises for 15 nights. Past traveler  5 percent discount. There are sometimes special 2-for-1 offers and free air, shore excursions and included beverages and gratuities.

    Regent Seven Seas Cruises also has two larger ships:  Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Mariner.

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Regent Seven Seas Cruises,  go to Seven Seas

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