Seven Seas Grandeur is taking luxury cruising to the next level


Consider this: a holiday with multiple destinations, decadent cuisine, luxurious suites, and a trove of memories without the hassles of extensive planning and multiple bookings. With its all-inclusive fares promising fine dining, exciting shore excursions and impeccable service, this has been Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ ethos since it was founded in 1992. And, with the launch of its newest ship Seven Seas Grandeur™ later this year, it’s taking elevated cruising to the next level.

A far cry from the visions of crowded boats, matchbox cabins, glum buffets, and conga lines often associated with cruises, a journey on Seven Seas Grandeur is all about combining the exquisite taste and facilities of a five-star hotel with the unrivalled ease of exploration promised by cruising.

The culmination of Regent’s 30-year legacy in luxury travel at sea, Seven Seas Grandeur will set sail in November 2023. With interiors masterminded by award-winning Studio Dado, the lavishly designed ship reimagines high-end cruising with elevated aesthetics imbued into everything from the vast suites to the fine dining restaurants and on board experiences.

Regent Seven Seas Grandeur Atrium

Following in the footsteps of its sister ships, Seven Seas Explorer and Seven Seas Splendor, Seven Seas Grandeur boasts a 55,500 gross tonnage but will host only 746 guests. The result? Swathes of space to enjoy the amenities it has to offer. With timeless decor, spacious interiors, and private balconies as standard, each of Seven Seas Grandeur’s ten suite categories exemplifies opulence. Looking to really experience the ship in all its glory? Undoubtedly the most-coveted accommodation will be the 4,443 sq. ft. Regent Suite. Overlooking the bow of the ship, this palatial residence has a skylit, glass-enclosed parlour and a private in-suite spa in addition to its spacious bedrooms, bathrooms and dining room.

Those lucky enough to have sailed with Regent before will know its stellar restaurants are key to the experience and, accordingly, travellers will be spoilt for choice with Seven Seas Grandeur’s dining options. The epicurean cornerstone of the ship, Compass Rose, is reimagined for Grandeur with sweeping arches and one of several reinvigorated menus by Regent’s expert culinary team. Guests can also escape to Paris courtesy of the Art Deco-style French restaurant Chartreuse or enjoy a steak in turn-of-the-century New York at Prime 7. Alternatively, tuck into Italian classics at Sette Mari, where menus are inspired by traditional Puglian ‘masserias’, or enjoy Pan-Asian fare at the opulent Pacific Rim.

Regent Seven Seas Grandeur Prime7

More casual dining options come from the ship’s sprawling poolside grill, while Seven Seas Grandeur will also offer the relaxing Serene Spa & Wellness™ and state-of-the-art gym that are mainstays of Regent’s ships. In the evening, head to the sophisticated Observation Lounge to relax in a refined space decorated with an Art Nouveau-inspired chandelier as you sip cocktails and watch sublime ocean sunsets.

True to its name, Seven Seas Grandeur also promises grand experiences, including a world-first that will see a rare, first-of-its-kind treasure created by the House of Fabergé, permanently reside at sea. The ship’s prized art collection will feature the Journey in Jewels Egg Objet – a sparkling high jewellery confection of ocean greens, turquoise and pearls inspired by the beauty of the world’s sea. In celebration of the partnership, Regent also recently named Sarah Fabergé, founding member of the Fabergé Heritage Council, as Grandeur’s godmother with an elegant christening ceremony to be hosted in Miami in December. 

Regent Seven Seas Grandeur Observation Lounge

Having recently celebrated its float out, a key milestone in the launch of any ship, Seven Seas Grandeur is gearing up to whisk adventurers away to the charming vistas of Canada and New England and the culture-soaked seascapes of the Mediterranean and Caribbean from November. The inaugural cruise embarks on a 14-night journey across the Atlantic, including inviting locations such as Barcelona, Seville, Portugal, and Bermuda, before she begins her first full Caribbean season. Highlights here include a seven-night sail across the Western Caribbean, including a stop at Regent’s private island, Harvest Caye, in Belize, while other destinations include Mexico, Los Angeles, St Barts, the British Virgin Islands and many more.

A cruise ship for people who don’t do cruises, there’s no better way to experience the high life on the high seas than on board Seven Seas Grandeur.

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