The Regent fleet has four ships, Explorer (750 guests), Mariner and Voyager, (700 guests), and Navigator, (490 guests). A fifth ship, Splendor, (750 guests), joins the fleet in 2020. The larger ships have all spacious suites and all balconies. Navigator has 90% suites with balconies.
As expected for an ultra-luxury brand, the ambiance is “elegant casual and sophisticated”. Their itineraries cover all major cruise destinations.
The ships are clearly a hit with the guests. In 2017, the larger ships were voted the #2 Best Medium Ship Cruise Line by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler, and the smaller Navigator inspired the #4 ranking for Best Small Ship Cruise Line. For the readers of Travel and Leisure, Regent was the #3 Large-Ship Cruise Line and #4 Mid-sized Cruise Line.
Cruise with Regent and they will take care of you completely.
It’s All Included
Of the four ultra-luxury cruise lines, Regent is best known for its “all-inclusive” pricing. They believe in the power of “Free”. Their website presents the all-inclusive program as follows:
FREE roundtrip Business Class air on intercontinental flights (selected gateways)
FREE roundtrip air on domestic flights (selected gateways)
FREE unlimited shore excursions
FREE 1-night pre-cruise hotel package (for top suite categories)
FREE unlimited beverages including fine wines and premium beverages
FREE open bars and lounges PLUS in-suite mini-bar replenished daily
FREE pre-paid gratuities
FREE specialty restaurants
FREE transfers between airport and ship
FREE unlimited wi-fi
This approach is compelling for upscale travelers. There are services that would still incur an additional cost like spa, the Connoisseur’s wine list, private shore arrangements, and additional pre- and post-hotel nights. But, the point they are making is that they have handled all the elements for an outstanding vacation. And, they can take care of any special requests.
Fares also include port fees and taxes. There is some fine print that is fair and predictable.
This luxury brand sets the tone with a lot of inclusions; gratuities, alcohol, air from most gateways and shore excursions are some of them, although you may choose to pay a bit more to participate in a Regent Choice Shore Excursion or to upgrade to a specific wine etc. Generally speaking, you’ll get onboard and put your wallet away. Accommodations are all-suite, mostly with balconies, and depending on your category, may include a butler, upgraded air and many other extras. Like most of the medium-sized ships, they visit smaller ports and have a strong focus on cuisine and virtually no lineups. Dress onboard is what they term “elegant casual” and very in line with the onboard ambiance.
All-inclusive luxury with an emphasis on experience, Regent Seven Seas focuses on ensuring their guests are completely immersed in the journey. Let CruisePlus book your next adventure on Regent and experience the difference for yourself!
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