Regent Seven Seas Cruises


The Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet includes sister all-suite, all-balcony, 700-guest ships Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Mariner; and the all-suite, 90% balcony Seven Seas Navigator.

The ships of Regent Seven Seas Cruises offer voyages of exploration and discovery to more than 300 ports on all seven continents. Our 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 share certain distinctions in accommodations, service, dining and amenities that elevate them to the lofty vantage point of our enviable six stars.

Award winning Regent Seven Seas Cruises, with headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, is owned by Prestige Cruise Holdings, the market leader in the Upper Premium and Luxury segments of the cruise industry with approximately 4,000 berths between the Regent Seven Seas Cruises and Oceania Cruises brands.


  • Seven Seas Explorer

    Seven Seas Explorer

    Launched
    20/07/2016
    Tonnage
    54,000
    Length
    732 feet
    Crew
    542
    Occupancy
    738
    Rating

    Seven Seas Explorer® is spaciously intimate, breathlessly elegant and perfectly staffed to offer Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ special brand of all-inclusive luxury. The summer of 2016 will herald not only the launch of the most luxurious ship to sail the seven seas, but also the moment when you can experience the new standard in elegance and sophistication. Journey to the world’s most beautiful places in spacious designer suites, indulge in a decadent treatment at the world renowned Canyon Ranch SpaClub®, enjoy a musical performance in a plush lounge, and delight in extensive gourmet dining throughout the day and night.

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  • Seven Seas Mariner

    Seven Seas Mariner

    Launched
    3/01/2001
    Tonnage
    48,075
    Length
    709 feet
    Crew
    445
    Occupancy
    700
    Rating

    The world’s first all-suite, all-balcony ship, Seven Seas Mariner features four gourmet restaurants with open seating. Hallmarks include generous amenities and a welcome spaciousness. Catering to only 700 guests, her staff-to-guest ratio of 1 to 1.6 ensures the absolutely highest level of personal service.

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  • Seven Seas Navigator

    Seven Seas Navigator

    Launched
    8/01/1999
    Tonnage
    28,550
    Length
    566 feet
    Crew
    345
    Occupancy
    490
    Rating

    Seven Seas Navigator has few equals, as all accommodations are suites with ocean views, the majority with private balconies. Her 490 guests enjoy an unusual level of luxury and some of the highest space and service ratios at sea. Additionally, her three restaurants, including the iconic Prime 7 steakhouse, allow you to dine wherever, whenever and with whomever you choose, at no additional charge.

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  • Seven Seas Voyager

    Seven Seas Voyager

    Launched
    1/03/2004
    Tonnage
    42,363
    Length
    670 feet
    Crew
    447
    Occupancy
    700
    Rating

    A trailblazer in the exclusive world of all-suite, all-balcony ships, Seven Seas Voyager exceeds even the loftiest expectations for luxury. Considering her size, the amenities are surprisingly plentiful and include four main dining venues where you can dine wherever, whenever and with whomever you choose. With 447 international crew members attending to a maximum of but 700 guests, personal service is exceedingly indulgent throughout.

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Additional Information

Laundry/Valet Services
Laundry and valet services, including pressing and dry cleaning, are available with charge and may be arranged through your Stewardess. On board Seven Seas Navigator, Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Voyager, self-service laundries including irons and ironing boards are located on select guest decks.


Beauty Salon/Barber Services
Beauty salon services and spa services including manicures, pedicures, facials and a variety of spa treatments are available by appointment on all ships. Unfortunately, to ensure proper scheduling, these services may not be pre-arranged. However, once on board, the ship's dedicated staff will make every effort to accommodate your schedule.


Shore Excursions
A program of shore excursions may be made available for purchase on board each ship. A shore excursion booklet will be sent in advance with final documentation. Regent Seven Seas Cruises reserves the right to withdraw any shore excursion or land program if the required minimum passenger number is not met. Cancellation by RSSC of any of these programs does not constitute grounds for cancellation of your cruise. Shore excursion program fares are per guest and subject to space availability. Operation of these shore excursions is subject to weather conditions, flight schedule changes and local conditions.

Medical Services
Each ship has a licensed and registered doctor and nurse for professional and emergency services, which are available at customary charges. The ships' medical centres are designed to provide medical care for certain temporary illnesses and accidents, and are not intended or capable of providing on-going treatment of pre-existing medical conditions. For guests requiring oxygen equipment, an oxygen concentrator is the only form of oxygen equipment allowed aboard ship, and must be provided by the guest. RSSC wheelchairs on board are for emergency purposes only.





Commitment

At Regent Seven Seas Cruises, it's Regent Seven Seas objective to provide an ultra-luxury cruise experience that also represents true value. In keeping with this philosophy, Regent Seven Seas voyages feature many enhancements, benefits or special events on a complimentary basis or at a minimal cost.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises is recognized as one of the world's premier luxury lines with features such as 6-star, all-suite, all-balcony ships, Le Cordon Bleu menus and superior space and service ratios. However, even more compelling than the quality of the ships is the adventurous spirit of RSSC - the imaginative itineraries, unique shore excursions and land tours, and the other innovative services we offer discerning guests. Regent's Travel Concierge features personalized services and programs that enable you to travel at your own pace and explore those things which interest you the most. You can visit the Taj Mahal by private jet, for example, go on an eco-adventure to the Pantanal in South America or even have us custom-design your own tour. From unique, pre-bookable adventures ashore to exclusive pre- and post-cruise land programs, the world is quite literally in the palm of your hand when you travel with Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

Company Profile

In addition to the all-suite, all-balcony 700-guest Seven Seas Voyager, Regent Seven Seas Cruises' fleet of six-star ships also includes the all-suite, all-balcony 700-guest Seven Seas Mariner, the 490-guest Seven Seas Navigator (with 90% balcony suites) and the 330-guest Paul Gauguin (with over 50% private balconies), a ship dedicated to sailing the South Pacific.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises, with headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is part of Carlson Hospitality Worldwide of Carlson Companies, Inc., one of America's largest privately-owned corporations.

Luxury Goes Exploring

There is a place where luxury is comfortable. Where simplicity is elegant. And where supreme indulgence creates a sense of well being.

Where Wi-Fi hotspots and flat screen TVs mix congenially with Anichini sheets and feather down duvets. And where prodigious curiosity about the world can be accommodated as effortlessly as a passion of luxury.

It is a place of ultra-luxury and it awaits your pleasure onboard the ships of Regent Seven Seas. Elegant sophisticated spaces. Lavish spas. Stimulating enrichment throughout the day. The highlights are as endless as the pampered moments in between.

But it is the service that you remember most off all. A glass poured the moment you sense thirst. The summation of a thousand things. The attention to a thousand things. The attention to a thousand details. Leaving you with a feeling of privilege. And utter contentment.

Seven Seas Society

Those who sail with Regent Seven Seas Cruises are more than merely guests. They become part of the Seven Seas Society, the special family of past passengers. We recognize your loyalty and sincerely thank you for sailing with us. Our five-tier level structure offers rewards based on the number of nights you have sailed on the ships. The more you sail, the more you receive in the way of priority privileges.

  • Abu Dhabi to Istanbul


    Dubai & Emirates, Egypt & Red Sea

    3 Apr 2017

  • Abu Dhabi to Miami


    Mediterranean, Transatlantic, Iberian Peninsula, Dubai & Emirates, Egypt & Red Sea

    3 Apr 2017

  • Abu Dhanbi - Athens


    Europe, Mediterranean, Middle East

    2 May 2017

  • Abu Dhanbi - Venice


    Europe, Mediterranean, Middle East

    2 May 2017

  • Anchorage (Seward) to Vancouver


    Alaska

    31 May 2017

  • Anchorage (Seward) to Vancouver


    Alaska

    16 Aug 2017

  • Anchorage to Vancouver


    Alaska

    21 Jun 2017 - 5 Jul 2017 - 19 Jul 2017

  • Anchorage to Vancouver


    Alaska

    2 Aug 2017

  • Athens (Piraeus) to Rome (Civitavecchia)


    Europe, Mediterranean

    15 Oct 2017

  • Athens to Venice


    Europe, Mediterranean

    22 May 2017

  • Auckland to Bali


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Australasia

    6 Mar 2018

  • Auckland to Hong Kong


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Australasia

    6 Mar 2018

  • Auckland to Hong Kong


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Australasia, China

    26 Jan 2017

  • Auckland to Perth


    Australasia, Pacific

    6 Feb 2018

  • Auckland to Singapore


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Australasia

    26 Jan 2017

  • Auckland to Singapore


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Australasia, Pacific

    19 Feb 2017

  • Bali (Benoa) to Bangkok


    Asia & Indian Ocean, China

    24 Mar 2018

  • Bali to Hong Kong


    Asia & Indian Ocean, China

    24 Mar 2018

  • Bangkok to Abu Dhabi


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Dubai & Emirates

    8 Apr 2017

  • Bangkok to Athens


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Dubai & Emirates

    8 Apr 2017

  • Bangkok to Dubai


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Dubai & Emirates

    22 Apr 2018

  • Bangkok to Rome


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Dubai & Emirates

    22 Apr 2018

  • Barcelona to Barcelona


    Mediterranean

    11 May 2017

  • Barcelona to Lisbon


    Mediterranean

    21 May 2017

  • Barcelona to Lisbon


    Europe, Mediterranean, Iberian Peninsula

    11 Aug 2017

  • Barcelona to Miami


    Europe, Transatlantic, Bermuda

    4 Apr 2018

  • Barcelona to Monte Carlo


    Europe, Mediterranean

    18 Jul 2017

  • Barcelona to Rome


    Europe, Mediterranean

    12 Sep 2017

  • Barcelona to Rome


    Europe, Mediterranean

    18 Jun 2017

  • Barcelona to Rome


    Europe, Mediterranean

    18 Jul 2017

  • Barcelona to Rome (Civitavecchia)


    Europe, Mediterranean

    4 Nov 2017

  • Barcelona to Venice


    Europe, Mediterranean

    9 Apr 2017

  • Barcelona to Venice


    Europe, Mediterranean

    4 Oct 2017

  • Beijing (Tianjin) to Abu Dhabi


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Dubai & Emirates, China

    23 Mar 2017

  • Beijing (Tianjin) to Bangkok


    Asia & Indian Ocean, China

    23 Mar 2017

  • Beijing (Tianjin) to Singapore


    Asia & Indian Ocean, China

    29 Dec 2017

  • Buenos Aires to Miami


    Caribbean, South America

    25 Feb 2017

  • Buenos Aires to Rio De Janeiro


    South America

    25 Feb 2017

  • Buenos Aries to Miami


    South America

    13 Feb 2018

  • Buenos Aries to Rio de Jenario


    South America

    13 Feb 2018

  • Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro


    South America

    7 Apr 2018

  • Copenhagen to Stockholm


    Baltic

    3 Jul 2017

  • Copenhagen to Stockholm


    Baltic

    21 Aug 2017

  • Dubai to Hong Kong


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Dubai & Emirates

    14 Nov 2017

  • Dubai to Rome


    Mediterranean, Dubai & Emirates

    12 May 2018

  • Dubai to Singapore


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Pacific

    14 Nov 2017

  • Hong Kong to Bangkok


    China

    8 Apr 2018

  • Hong Kong to Beijing


    Asia & Indian Ocean

    17 Dec 2017

  • Hong Kong to Beijing (Tianjin)


    Asia & Indian Ocean, China

    7 Mar 2017

  • Hong Kong to Dubai


    China

    8 Apr 2018

  • Istanbul to Miami


    Europe, Mediterranean, Transatlantic

    21 Apr 2017

  • Lima (Callao) to Buenos Aries


    South America, Pacific

    23 Jan 2018

  • Lima (Callao) to Rio De Janerio


    South America, Pacific

    23 Jan 2018

  • Lima to Buenos Aires


    South America

    4 Feb 2017

  • Lima to Rio De Janeiro


    South America

    4 Feb 2017

  • Lisbon to Miami


    Europe, Mediterranean

    24 Nov 2017

  • Lisbon to New York City


    Europe, Mediterranean, North America

    6 Oct 2017

  • Lisbon to Rome


    Europe, Mediterranean

    20 Aug 2017

  • London (Dover) to Lisbon


    Europe

    26 Sep 2017

  • London (Dover) to New York City


    Europe, North America

    26 Sep 2017

  • London (Southampton) to Barcelona


    Europe, Mediterranean

    22 Sep 2017

  • London (Southampton) to Barcelona


    Europe, Mediterranean, United Kingdom

    12 Sep 2017

  • London (Southampton) to London (Southampton)


    United Kingdom

    12 Sep 2017

  • London (Southampton) to Venice


    Europe, Mediterranean

    22 Sep 2017

  • London to Copenhagen


    Polar Regions

    25 Jul 2017

  • London to Reykjavik


    Polar Regions

    25 Jul 2017

  • Los Angeles to Auckland


    Pacific

    8 Jan 2018

  • Los Angeles to Los Angeles


    Mexico

    29 Dec 2017

  • Los Angeles to Los Angeles


    Hawaii, Pacific

    11 Dec 2017

  • Los Angeles to Miami


    Pacific

    2 Apr 2018

  • Miami (USA) to Miami (USA)


    Central America, North America

    12 Dec 2017

  • Miami (USA) to Miami (USA)


    Caribbean

    8 Dec 2017

  • Miami (USA) to Miami (USA)


    Caribbean

    20 Dec 2017

  • Miami to Barcelona


    Transatlantic

    26 Mar 2017

  • Miami to Barcelona


    Transatlantic

    21 Mar 2018

  • Miami to Buenos Aires


    Caribbean, South America

    5 Jan 2018

  • Miami to Lima (Callao)


    Caribbean, South America

    5 Jan 2018

  • Miami to Los Angeles


    Caribbean

    25 Nov 2017

  • Miami to Los Angeles


    Caribbean, Pacific

    17 Mar 2018

  • Miami to Los Angeles


    Caribbean, North America

    13 Nov 2017

  • Miami to Miami


    North America, Mexico

    11 Apr 2017

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean, North America

    18 Apr 2017

  • Miami to Miami


    North America

    10 Nov 2017

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean

    22 Dec 2017

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean

    29 Dec 2017

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean

    4 Feb 2017 - 30 Jan 2018 - 11 Mar 2018

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean

    13 May 2017

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean

    20 Jan 2018

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean

    9 Feb 2018 - 1 Mar 2018

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean

    19 Feb 2018

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean

    17 Mar 2018

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean

    27 Mar 2018

  • Miami to Miami


    North America

    3 Jan 2018

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean, North America

    13 Nov 2017

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean

    6 Apr 2018

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean

    1 Mar 2018

  • Miami to Miami


    South America

    23 May 2017

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean

    17 Nov 2017

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean, South America

    5 Jan 2018

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean, Mexico

    14 Feb 2017 - 6 Mar 2017

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean, Bahamas

    24 Feb 2017 - 16 Mar 2017

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean

    29 Mar 2017

  • Miami to Miami


    Caribbean, Mexico

    6 Mar 2017

  • Miami to Montreal


    North America

    7 Aug 2017

  • Miami to Rio De Janerio


    Caribbean, South America, Panama Canal

    5 Jan 2018

  • Miami to San Francisco


    Caribbean, Pacific

    25 Apr 2017

  • Miami to San Francisco


    Caribbean, Pacific

    18 Apr 2018

  • Miami to San Francisco


    North America, Alaska

    17 Jun 2017

  • Miami to Vancouver


    North America

    17 Jun 2017

  • Miami to Vancouver


    Caribbean, Pacific

    18 Apr 2018

  • Miami to Vancouver


    Caribbean, Alaska, Pacific

    25 Apr 2017

  • Miami to Venice


    Transatlantic

    26 Mar 2017

  • Monte Carlo to Barcelona


    Europe, Mediterranean

    11 Jun 2017

  • Monte Carlo to Barcelona


    Europe, Mediterranean

    28 Oct 2017

  • Monte Carlo to Rome


    Europe, Mediterranean

    25 Jul 2017

  • Montreal to Miami


    North America

    27 Oct 2017

  • Montréal to New York City


    North America

    7 Oct 2017

  • Montréal to New York City


    North America, Transatlantic, Polar Regions, Baltic, Iberian Peninsula

    18 Aug 2017

  • Montréal to Reykjavik


    North America, Polar Regions

    18 Aug 2017

  • New York City to Miami


    North America, Bermuda

    29 Oct 2017

  • New York City to Montréal


    North America

    27 Sep 2017

  • New York City to Montréal


    North America

    17 Oct 2017

  • New York City to New York City


    Caribbean, North America, Bermuda

    17 Oct 2017

  • Perth to Singapore


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Australasia

    25 Feb 2018

  • Reykjavik to Copenhagen


    Scandinavia, Polar Regions

    9 Aug 2017

  • Reykjavik to Stockholm


    Scandinavia, Polar Regions

    1 Sep 2017

  • Reykjavik to Stockholm


    Scandinavia, Polar Regions, Baltic

    9 Aug 2017

  • Rio de Janeiro to Miami


    Caribbean, South America

    8 Mar 2017

  • Rio de Janerio to Barcelona


    South America, Africa

    25 Feb 2018

  • Rio de Janerio to Los Angeles


    South America

    30 Apr 2018

  • Rio de Janerio to Miami


    Caribbean, South America

    25 Feb 2018

  • Rome (Civitavecchia) to Barcelona


    Europe, Mediterranean

    21 Oct 2017

  • Rome (Civitavecchia) to Dubai


    Europe, Dubai & Emirates

    27 Oct 2017

  • Rome (Civitavecchia) to Lisbon


    Mediterranean

    26 Apr 2017

  • Rome (Civitavecchia) to Lisbon


    Europe, Mediterranean

    12 Nov 2017

  • Rome (Civitavecchia) to Miami


    Europe, Mediterranean

    12 Nov 2017

  • Rome (Civitavecchia) to Monte Carlo


    Europe, Mediterranean

    21 Oct 2017

  • Rome (Civitavecchia) to Singapore


    Europe, Mediterranean

    27 Oct 2017

  • Rome (Civitavecchia) to Venice


    Europe, Mediterranean

    28 Sep 2017

  • Rome to Barcelona


    Europe, Mediterranean

    1 Aug 2017

  • Rome to Barcelona


    Europe, Mediterranean

    29 Aug 2017

  • Rome to Rome


    Europe, Mediterranean

    19 Sep 2017

  • Rome to Venice


    Europe, Mediterranean

    28 Jun 2017

  • Roundtrip Los Angeles


    Worldwide

    8 Jan 2018

  • San Francisco to Miami


    Central America, North America

    20 Jul 2017

  • San Francisco to Montreal


    North America

    9 Sep 2017

  • San Francisco to Montreal


    Central America, North America

    20 Jul 2017

  • San Francisco to New York City


    North America

    9 Sep 2017

  • San Francisco to Vancouver


    Alaska

    6 May 2018

  • San Francisco to Vancouver


    Alaska

    13 May 2017

  • Singapore to Abu Dhabi


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Dubai & Emirates

    16 Mar 2017

  • Singapore to Auckland


    Asia & Indian Ocean, China

    17 Jan 2018

  • Singapore to Beijing


    Asia & Indian Ocean

    5 Dec 2017

  • Singapore to Beijing (Tianjin)


    Asia & Indian Ocean, China

    20 Feb 2017

  • Singapore to Cape Town


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Africa

    13 Mar 2018

  • Singapore to Hong Kong


    Asia & Indian Ocean

    5 Dec 2017

  • Singapore to Hong Kong


    Asia & Indian Ocean, China

    20 Feb 2017

  • Singapore to Istanbul


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Mediterranean, Dubai & Emirates, Egypt & Red Sea

    16 Mar 2017

  • Singapore to Singapore


    Asia & Indian Ocean, China

    17 Jan 2018

  • Singapore to Sydney


    Asia & Indian Ocean, Australasia

    2 Feb 2018

  • Singapore to Sydney


    Asia & Indian Ocean, China

    17 Jan 2018

  • Southampton to Southampton


    United Kingdom, Baltic

    3 Jun 2017

  • Southampton to Stockholm


    Baltic

    14 Jun 2017

  • Southampton to Stockholm


    United Kingdom, Baltic

    3 Jun 2017

  • Stockholm to Copenhagen


    Baltic

    26 Jun 2017

  • Stockholm to London


    Baltic

    13 Jul 2017

  • Stockholm to London (Dover)


    Scandinavia

    14 Sep 2017

  • Stockholm to Reykjavik


    Baltic

    13 Jul 2017

  • Stockholm to Southampton


    Baltic

    31 Aug 2017

  • Stockholm to Southampton


    United Kingdom, Baltic

    31 Aug 2017

  • Sydney to Auckland


    Australasia

    20 Feb 2018

  • Sydney to Bali (Benoa)


    Australasia

    20 Feb 2018

  • Vancouver to Anchorage


    Alaska

    24 May 2017

  • Vancouver to Anchorage


    Alaska

    14 Jun 2017 - 28 Jun 2017 - 12 Jul 2017 - 26 Jul 2017

  • Vancouver to Anchorage


    Alaska

    9 Aug 2017

  • Vancouver to Miami


    Central America, North America, Panama Canal

    9 Jul 2017

  • Vancouver to New York


    Caribbean, Alaska, Mexico

    30 Aug 2017

  • Vancouver to San Francisco


    Alaska

    30 Aug 2017

  • Vancouver to San Francisco


    North America

    9 Jul 2017

  • Vancouver to Vancouver


    Alaska

    7 Jun 2017

  • Vancouver to Vancouver


    Alaska

    23 Aug 2017

  • Vancouver to Vancouver


    Alaska

    24 May 2017

  • Venice to Athens (Piraeus)


    Europe, Mediterranean

    8 Oct 2017

  • Venice to Barcelona


    Europe, Mediterranean

    8 Jul 2017

  • Venice to Barcelona


    Europe, Mediterranean

    1 Jun 2017

  • Venice to Barcelona


    Europe, Mediterranean

    14 Oct 2017

  • Venice to Monte Carlo


    Europe, Mediterranean

    1 Jun 2017

  • Venice to Monte Carlo


    Europe, Mediterranean

    14 Oct 2017

  • Venice to Rome (Civitavecchia)


    Mediterranean

    19 Apr 2017

  • Venice to Rome (Civitavecchia)


    Europe, Mediterranean

    14 Oct 2017

  • Venice to Rome (Civitavecchia)


    Europe, Mediterranean

    8 Oct 2017