In this incredibly competitive industry with the cruise lines in all areas of the market, fighting for their ‘piece of the action’, it comes as no surprise to hear the latest news released to the Trade by the wonderful all suite, all inclusive Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
Seven Seas Voyager has now come out of dry-dock (23OCT2013) looking totally amazing and more contemporary. This multi-million dollar refurbishment took, incredibly, just eight days! A workforce of thousands worked day and night to bring the vision to fruition.
Seven Seas Mariner will be receiving a similar ‘makeover’ during Spring 2014. Further proof that RSSC are going strong and putting plenty of investment into their fleet to keep them at the top of their game.
For those of you who enjoy the visuals – please find below some shots of the newly refurbished Seven Seas Voyager – she really is looking tip top……
Moving on from there – there is a lot of buzz in the industry about the new ship joining Regent Seven Seas Cruise’s fleet – Seven Seas Explorer – she is due to be arriving around summer time 2016.
This new 738 guest ship will be the latest addition to RSSC’s fleet – Mariner was the last in and that, amazingly, was back in 2001 (where on earth does the time go)?!? Seven Seas Explorer will have more spacious balconies and suites (which is impressive in itself given how spacious they already are on existing fleet). There will be a new speciality Asian restaurant and a totally extravagant Owners Suite that will have two bedrooms, an outdoor water garden, butler service and will be expansive, over its 3500 square foot area.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises continue to be the ONLY totally ALL INCLUSIVE shipping line and sell strongly without the necessity to overly discount as some of the other shipping lines appear to do. This itself speaks volumes really and if you’d like any further information about this superb fleet of ships don’t hesitate to let me know.