Regent Seven Seas
(RSSC) has announced plans to carry out major refurbishment work on its fleet of luxury cruise liners.
According to Cruise talk Central, the company plans to spend around $40 million on revamping the Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Navigator.
RSSC president Mark Conroy said the enhancements would improve the onboard experience for guests.
"This comprehensive enhancement program will see each of the ships emerge essentially brand new and positions our fleet as the standard-bearer in the luxury cruise category," he added.
Plans include the creation of several new and exclusive dining areas, along with new wallpaper, carpets and light fixtures.
Some of the many destinations currently served by RSSC include Antarctica, Bermuda and the Caribbean.
In related news, RSSC recently scooped two awards for its top-quality guest accommodation.
Written by Fiona Mayers