A centuries-old maritime tradition, a ship’s godmother christens the vessel and is responsible for bestowing good luck over the ship and to all guests and crew who sail her.
With delivery scheduled in late 2023, the new vessel will be a sister ship to Seven Seas Explorer and Seven Seas Splendour. Accommodating up to 750 guests, the new ship will be Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ sixth-all-suite vessel.
Two full-size suite models have provided a first look at the accommodation guests will enjoy when the Seven Seas Splendour debuts in 2020.
In the final phase of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ $125 million refurbishment programme, the company has completed its bow-to-stern upgrade of Seven Seas Mariner.
Construction of Seven Seas Splendour, a new all-inclusive luxury vessel, has begun. The new 750-guest ship will join the Regent fleet in early 2020.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has confirmed details for the upcoming bow-to-stern refurbishment of Seven Seas Mariner, the world’s first all-suite, all-balcony cruise ship.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has confirmed announce Georgia Lewis as their new regional sales executive. Lewis, whose remit will include UK travel partners in Birmingham and the south, will work in conjunction with Regent’s business development team to ensure that new and existing agents grow and maximise their luxury cruise business.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced Laura Ryan as its new regional sales executive, south. Ryan will work with Regent’s southern agent partners - including national agencies, online travel agents, retail stores and homeworkers with the aim of helping them to grow and maximise their luxury cruise business.
Norwegian Cruise Line has announced strategic changes to its brand leadership team to further align the company’s organisational structure with its goal to drive sustained growth and profitability. Bob Binder has been appointed president and chief executive of Oceania Cruises, in addition to his current role as vice chairman of Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises, which he has held since 2011.
Construction began this morning on Seven Seas Explorer at the Fincantieri shipyard in Genoa, Italy. The crisp pop of a cork being freed from a Krug Grande Cuvée magnum initiated a laser, which cut the ceremonial first piece of steel for the new ship.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has placed an order for a new 738-passenger vessel to be called Seven Seas Explorer. Scheduled for delivery in the summer of 2016, the Explorer will be Regent Seven Seas’ first new ship since the Seven Seas Voyager made its debut in 2003.