Several travel agents had the chance to experience Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ luxury offering on Wednesday (18 October) during a tour of Seven Seas Navigator in Fusina.
Despite being the line’s oldest and smallest ship, Navigator still entices a range of loyal customers each year, said regional sales manager Georgia Lewis.
Built in 1991, the vessel can hold up to 490 passengers across 354 suites and boasts one of the highest crew-to-guest ratios in the industry with 315 staff on-hand during each sailing.
The vessel, which is due to enter dry dock next year for refurbishment, offers four included dining options: Compass Rose, The Pool Grill, Prime 7 and Sette Mari at La Veranda; as well as an entertainment space, sports area, pool deck, gym and a number of bars.
Regent emphasises luxury offering with ‘ultimate ship visit’ event
The agents visited the vessel during Regent Seven Seas’ “ultimate ship visit” event, in partnership with Inspiring Travel (ITC), which took place between 17 October to 20 October in Venice.
The day also saw the group visit Belmond’s Hotel Cipriani, which was opened in 1958 by Giuseppe Cipriani, founder of Harry’s Bar in Venice and inventor of the Bellini cocktail.
It comes after the line launched its “most luxurious booking incentive to date” to mark the upcoming arrival of Seven Seas Grandeur in November 2023.