Top 10 News Articles in Regent Seven Seas Cruises List of cruise news articles updates on Regent Seven Seas Cruises thoughtout the day en-gb http://www.iglucruise.com 2019-10-15 FREE Unlimited WiFi with Regent Regent Seven Seas Cruises are enhancing their offering of all-inclusive luxury cruising with the announcement of FREE unlimited WiFi for all of their suite guests.

Guests sailing with Regent already have the luxury of enjoying all-inclusive drinks, gratuities, shore excursions, flights plus transfers; and from as early as March this year can also enjoy free internet access.

The new enhancement to Regent’s all-inclusive ultra luxury cruising will provide guests with the opportunity to stay connected throughout their cruise, share photos or keep in touch with loved ones back home. The internet access will be available in all suites and all public areas.

Initial sailings to feature the free and unlimited internet include

17th March 2016 – Seven Seas Navigator – Miami to Barcelona
2nd May 2016 – Seven Seas Voyager – Dubai to Barcelona
7th May 2016 – Seven Seas Mariner – San Francisco to Vancouver
20th July 2016 – Seven Seas Explorer – Monte Carlo to Venice

Find out more about Regent Seven Seas Explorer, hailed as the most luxurious ship in the world and the newest to join the Regent fleet.]]>
http://www.iglucruise.com/news/free-unlimited-wifi-with-regent_a19736322 2016-01-11
Regent Seven Seas Explorer Launched by Fincantieri Regent Seven Seas latest luxury ship by Italin shipyard Fincantieri.

The Regent Seven Seas Explorer is set to be the most luxurious ship ever built, with an all-inclusive six star experience, fine decor, exquisite cuisine and lavish balony suites. A cruise on Regent Seven Seas Explorer will be the finest of first class.

The new luxury cruise ship is now in the final stages of interior outfitting and is scheduled for delivery next summer.

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http://www.iglucruise.com/news/regent-seven-seas-explorer-launched-by-fincantieri_a19736289 2015-11-02
Seven Seas Explorer Construction Begins Regent Seven Seas has begun construction on new ship Seven Seas Explorer at the Fincantieri shipyard in Genoa, Italy.

A major milestone in the journey of new ship Seven Seas Explorer was met yesterday when the first piece of steel was cut during an emotional ceremony held at the shipyard. A bottle of Krug Grande Cuvèe champagne was popped open accompanied with confetti gushing down as the laser cut the steel.

During the ceremony Giuseppe Bono, CEO of Fincantieri said “We are extremely excited to welcome a new partner in Regent Seven Seas Cruises and to start construction of this brilliant new ship. As a global leader in cruise ship construction, we’ve built some of the finest ships at sea. Building the most luxurious ship ever built is quite a challenge, but with our craftsmanship and experience building luxury ships we feel that Seven Seas Explorer will become the definition of excellence.”

Kunal S Kamlani, President of Regent Seven seas Cruises added “We’re one step closer to fulfilling our dream of building the most luxurious ship in the world and giving our guests another exciting option to explore inspired global destinations with our special brand of all-inclusive luxury.”

Seven Seas Explorer is set to showcase the highest space ratios and staff to guest rations within the cruise industry and remain as the most inclusive luxury line in the market. She will carry 750 guests and weigh in at 54, 000 gross ton.

Debuting in summer 2016, her maiden voyage and other itineraries are set to go on sale in the first part of 2015. No information on her homeport has yet been released.


By Sally Grimes

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http://www.iglucruise.com/news/seven-seas-explorer-construction-begins_a19736066 2014-07-17
Regent Suite-en Up Seven Seas Navigator Regent Seven Seas have completed their recent renovations onboard Seven Seas Navigator, which includes new suites and some upgrades to dining venues, when the ship emerged from drydock over the weekend.

Navigator is now sailing from Vancouver to Seward, Alaska, boasting a complete revamp of the ship's eight Grand Suites & Master Suites, along with the new dining area, Mari at La Veranda— which offers intimate Italian a la carte and buffet dining.

Graham Sadler, Regent Seven Seas' Managing Director for UK and Europe, said: "The Regent Seven Seas experience has certainly evolved over the past 20 years, and this latest renovation signals our ongoing commitment to delivering the most sought-after, all-inclusive luxury travel experience. From small touches to major upgrades such as this, the subtle luxury and unparalleled comfort of these enhancements are designed with the guest in mind."

The refresh of the suites includes new built-in cabinetry, custom-crafted furnishings, new balcony furniture, plush new carpets, designer accessories and original art. All of the ship's other suites have also been given a face lift, benefitting from new carpets, wall coverings, new dining tables and outdoor furniture.

The addition of Mari and La Verandah is an interesting addition to the ship. The venue is an Italian restaurant that is based in La Verandah dining room in the evenings and will boast a la carte dining alongside buffet dining. The menu will include authentic antipasti and speciality dishes, along with al fresco dining — weather permitting of course. During the rest of the day, La Verandah will continue to operate as the ship's buffet.

Other improvements to Navigator include enlarging Prime 7 — Seven Seas Navigator's American-style steakhouse — to accommodate 70 guests and features a new contemporary sculpture at its entrance. The Galileo Lounge has also benefitted from a face lift, new carpeting has been fitted throughout the public areas in deck 12 and the Canyon Ranch Spa Club® have been given updated saunas.

Written by Charlie Hamilton-Beaufort
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http://www.iglucruise.com/news/regent-suite-en-up-seven-seas-navigator_a19735820 2012-06-13
Regent Seven Seas Celebrate 20th Anniversary With A New Restaurant Regent Seven Seas, the luxury all-inclusive cruise line, are celebrating their 20th anniversary season by launching a new restaurant on all three of their ships, with the debut of Sette Mari at Le Veranda.

The name of the new casual dining venue translates from Italian as "seven seas" and will compliment the cruise lines diverse gourmet dining options across their fleet. The restaurant is situated in La Veranda, and will transfer the popular buffet restaurant each evening into Sette Mari — offering an extensive menu of authentic antipasti and Italian specialty items, paired with distinctive Italian wines.

Mark Conroy, Regent Seven Seas' President, said: "Sette Mari will not require reservations based on guest feedback and offers the perfect complement to the dining venues on our ships. After a full day ashore, guests can select appetizers and the house-made pasta on their own and be finished in as little as 45 minutes or enjoy a leisurely evening ordering specialties from the menu."

Bernhard Klotz, Culinary Director for Regent Seven Seas Cruises, said: "This new restaurant concept is a substantial enhancement to current menu items featured for dinner in La Veranda."

Sette Mari will debut 30th May 2012 onboard Seven Seas Navigator and will be available onboard Seven Seas Voyager from 2nd July and Seven Seas Mariner from 13th July. Sette Mari is only open for dinner and will not require reservation, during other meals times the buffet will continue to operate as La Veranda.

Written by Stephen Adam
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http://www.iglucruise.com/news/regent-seven-seas-celebrate-20th-anniversary-with-a-new-restaurant_a19735780 2012-03-14
Regent Seven Seas Cruises unveils refurbishment plans 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

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http://www.iglucruise.com/news/regent-seven-seas-cruises-unveils-refurbishment-plans_a18789408 2008-09-19
Regent seven Seas scoops accommodation awards Regent Seven Seas (RSSC) has scooped two prestigious awards for its top-class accommodation.

The cruise line was deemed to have the "best cabins" by the readers of both Conde Nast Traveller Magazine and Travel and Leisure Magazine.

Commenting on the awards, Regent Seven Seas president Mark Conroy said that the cruise line had "set the bar for luxury cruising".

"It is extremely gratifying to receive such recognition from the discerning readers of the country's top two consumer travel magazines," he added.

Passengers travelling onboard Regent Seven Seas vessels – such as the Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Voyager – all benefit from having their own private balconies, walk-in wardrobes and marble-appointed bathrooms.

All Regent Seven Seasships are mid-size and the cruise line operates across all seven continents, including Antarctica.

Vessels owned by the cruise line also include the Seven Navigator and the stunning six-star Paul Gauguin.

Written by Fiona Mayers

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http://www.iglucruise.com/news/regent-seven-seas-scoops-accommodation-awards_a18778514 2008-09-12
Regent Seven Seas offers 'a touch of luxury' this winter Regent Seven Seas Cruises this winter can expect to embark on a number of "grand explorations".

From January to May 2009, Regent's two 700-guest sister vessels – the Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Mariner – will visit more than 110 ports around the world, offering guests the opportunity to explore 50 countries across six continents.

Cruises range from 12 to 24 nights, with destinations including the South Pacific, New Zealand and Australia, Cruise Talk Central reports.

Mark Conroy, president of Regent Seven Seas Cruises, said the company had a history of offering passengers the most "exciting" itineraries and added that this winter was no exception.

"We are proud to offer our guests a truly remarkable choice of experiences aboard our six-star fleet as we present the most extensive line-up of winter cruises in our history," he continued.

Those cruising with Regent this winter can also expect to meet a number of celebrities and special guests, with a number of interesting talks and lectures planned.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises currently offer voyages to over 300 ports in total.


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http://www.iglucruise.com/news/regent-seven-seas-offers-a-touch-of-luxury-this-winter_a18691313 2008-07-18
Regent Seven Seas launches photo album innovation Regent Seven Seas Cruises has launched an innovative new photo album.

Guests sailing with the line can now opt for a commemorative album through the SharedBook programme, which is being billed as a "first" in the luxury cruise segment.

"We originally piloted this programme on select sailings and are so pleased to be able to offer this unique offering now to all of our guests," said Sophie Vlessing, Vice-President of Guest Strategy and Marketing with Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

"Our partnership with SharedBook offers guests an innovative way to create a personalised commemorative album and re-live The Regent Experience for years to come."

Voyagers can enjoy a 36-page, professionally printed album in either a hard or a soft cover, which contains pictures of the ports of call, as well as information about the vessel, highlights of cruise activities and facts about the locations visited.

To personalise this unique offering, guests can intersperse these features with their own memories, individual anecdotes and private photos.

Meanwhile, Regent Seven Seas Cruises recently launched a wedding planning service as part of the Regent Travel Concierge scheme.


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http://www.iglucruise.com/news/regent-seven-seas-launches-photo-album-innovation_a18243804 2007-08-13
Plan a unique wedding with Regent Seven Seas Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced a special wedding programme for couples who want a ceremony with a difference.

Launched as part of the Regent Travel Concierge scheme, the wedding planning services combine expertise on the most romantic locations around the world with the adventurous outlook that is the line's trademark.

A personal wedding consultant will be on hand to explore the unlimited possibilities of a wedding or vow renewal with Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

Typically including a marriage certificate, wedding cake and champagne, the company is keen to point out that the types of ceremony on offer are as varied as the guests.

"The sky won't even be the limit - if a Regent guest wishes to get married in a hot air balloon over a tropical pineapple plantation, or take a helicopter to a glistening Alaskan glacier, we can do that," said Chris Scurr, Marketing Director for Royal Ocean Events.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises recently announced that four new Antarctica voyages will feature on its 2007-08 programme.


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http://www.iglucruise.com/news/plan-a-unique-wedding-with-regent-seven-seas_a18208020 2007-07-11