SEVEN SEAS EXPLORER

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Registered owner: Explorer New Build LLc.- USA - Beneficial owner: Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings - USA - Operator: Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Entered service: 2016 - Gross tonnage: 55.254 - Pass. cap. lower beds: 738 - All berths: 809 - Passenger decks: 10 - Length: 224,02 m.-  Beam: 31,00 m. - Draught: 7,2 m.- Drive: diesel/electric: 4 diesel engines make: Caterpillar-MAK  type 8M43C/514 output each 8.000 kW. at 514 rpm.- Propulsion: 2 fixed van Voorden propellers at 138 rev/min. - Service speed: 19.5 knots - Max.speed: 23.5 knots - Built: Fincantieri - Italy- Yard no: 6250 - Classification: BV. - Flag: Marshall Islands

Sistership:  N/N - 2020

    Passenger Space Ratio all berths: 68.3
Brief description:
 Seven Seas Explorer will offer guests another exciting option to explore the world with Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ brand of all-inclusive luxury. This ship will offer the guests a new level of grandeur throughout, from its lavish suites to its elegant public spaces and gourmet restaurants. Regent Seven Seas Cruises will introduce a new category of luxury suite exclusively for Seven Seas Explorer that sets the tone for the well-appointed and spacious all-suite accommodations found throughout the ship.  Named the Regent Suite, the plush two-bedroom, 3,875-square foot suite comes complete with an in-room spa retreat, a first at sea, with personal sauna, steam room and treatment. The suite offers a glass-enclosed Vista Garden sitting area with 270-degree views of the ship's bow.
The Regent Suite is priced at $10,000 per day,(approx. 410 m.2) making it one of the most expensive accommodations on a cruiseship. The fare includes a wide range of perks including First or Business class airfare to and from the ship as well as private sedan transfers to and from airports.
Each of the ten suite category features its own unique layout and design elements, ranging from the warm and welcoming island manor appeal of the Deluxe Suite to the sumptuous and alluring sapphire jewel inspired Penthouse Suite.
The spacious interiors are complemented by the largest verandas in the cruise industry, providing guests ample space to enjoy fresh ocean breezes without leaving their suites.
The ship will also include six open-seating gourmet restaurants, an atrium covering nine decks, the two-storey Explorer Theatre,three boutiques, and the extensive Canyon Ranch Spa Club.Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ hallmark main dining room, Compass Rose, will receive a new, contemporary look.The ship’s primary showplace, the two-tiered Constellation Theater, pays homage to the glamour of Hollywood’s golden age.  The ornate 694-seat theater beckons guests with posh cabaret-style seating intermixed with cocktail tables that feature hand-blown Murano glass lamps.Within the luxuriously appointed lounges aboard Seven Seas Explorer, guests can enjoy a wide variety of complimentary libations while being entertained by live musical performances or breathtaking production shows.
With 270-degree ocean views, La Veranda offers a delectable buffet for breakfast and lunch, and transforms into an elegant fine dining restaurant, Sette Mari at La Veranda, each evening for dinner.
I wanted the ship to be timeless, as relevant to the luxury market 20 years from now as today,' CEO Del Rio said. As it's been 13 years since Regent introduced a ship, this one 'had to be extraordinary, make a statement and shine a real bright light on the Regent brand.'Seven Seas Explorer has nearly an acre of marble, half of it from Carrera, Italy, and nearly an acre of granite. All the stones were individually selected. There are 473 crystal chandeliers throughout the ship, custom Versace and Bernardaud china, artworks by Picasso, Chagall, Weidemann, Arranz Bravo and other masters.

Seven Seas Explorer is one of the most luxurious cruise ships and flagship of the Regent fleetRegent Seven Seas Cruises are all inclusive.

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