At a glance… Seven Seas Explorer

Seven Seas Explorer

Seven Seas Explorer is the newest addition to Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ fleet. The ultra-luxury, all-inclusive ship – dubbed the most luxurious ship ever built – spent its maiden season in the Mediterranean and sails the Caribbean from November 2016 to April 2017, when she will return to Europe for the summer.


  • 694-seat Constellation Theater, four new shows:
    Entertainment on Seven Seas Explorer
    One venue – 4 shows

    Peggy Lee – Explores the legendary career of American jazz singer, Peggy Lee
    My Revolution – This musical takes the audience back to February 9, 1964, when Beatlemania hit North America during the Sunday night Ed Sullivan Show
    Paradis – A Parisian-style burlesque show
    A Day in Hollywood – Based on the Tony Award-winning show, this musical comedy brings to life the magic of Hollywood’s golden age


  • Observation Lounge – This lounge brings to life the indulgences of the Roaring Twenties
  •  Explorer Lounge – A country club vibe
  • Meridian Lounge – Elegant taupe leather furnishings and dark wood accent tables
  • Casino – Monte Carlo-style gaming entertainment
  • Coffeehouse – European-inspired specialty coffee drinks
  • Library


  • Seven Seas Explorer
    Sit back or splash out

    Culinary Arts Centre featuring Gourmet Explorer Tours

  • Destination Services for free shore excursions
  • Fitness centre
  • Pool retreat
  • Sports area with shuffleboard, putting green, golf nets, bocce court, paddle tennis and jogging track
  • Boutiques
  • Business Centre


  • Suite on Seven Seas Explorer
    Spacious and stylish

    10 different category levels of luxury suites

  • 375 suites
  • Regent Suite – A 4,443-square-foot, two-bedroom suite featuring an in-room spa
  • Master Suite – An up to 2,100-square-foot, two-bedroom suite featuring a modern, sophisticated and elegant design
  • Grand Suite – Up to 1,830 square feet. Offers an expansive private balcony
  • Explorer Suite – Up to 1,350 square feet. Sister to Grand Suite.
  • Seven Seas Suite – Designer Dakota Jackson created the glamorous look for this suite, which offers between 825 and 925 square feet of space
  • Penthouse Suite – 640 square feet. Includes stylish entertainment centre that separates the living room and bedroom
  • Concierge Suites – 140 suites account for the majority of the accommodations in this category, measuring up to 460 square feet
  • Superior Suites – Up to 415 square feet. Inspired by the regal beachfront estate homes found in the Hamptons
  • Veranda Suites – The Deluxe Veranda and Veranda Suites – 360 and 307 square feet respectively – are spacious entry-level staterooms at sea


  • All-inclusive cruise
  • Free Business Class flights in
  • Penthouse Suites and higher
  • Free return flights
  • Free unlimited shore excursions
  • Free unlimited wifi throughout the ship
  • Free unlimited beverages, including fine wines and spirits
  • Free specialty restaurants
  • Free transfers between airport and ship
  • Free pre-paid gratuities
  • Free 1-night pre-cruise luxury hotel


  • Compass Rose
    Dining in style

    Chartreuse – Classic French cuisine with a modern twist.

  • Pacific Rim – A new specialty restaurant. Pan-Asian dishes.
  • Prime 7 – Steakhouse inspired by the private clubs of London
  • Compass Rose – Located off the atrium lobby, the largest speciality restaurant at sea
  • La Veranda – Delivers the 1960s glamour of the Italian Riviera
  • Pool Grill – open-air and glass-enclosed seating, cooked-to-order burgers, grilled fresh seafood, sandwiches and fresh salads
  • In-suite dining – Complimentary and available 24-hours a day



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