Regent Seven Seas
Anyone who has had the pleasure of staying in one of the five star Regent Hotels will feel right at home on a Regent Seven Seas cruise vacation. And those who have not had that good fortune are in for a fabulous treat. The ships of the Regent Seven Seas fleet epitomize the elegance of a fine classy contemporary boutique hotel.
Regent Seven Seas Personal Enrichment Cruises
Regent Seven Seas wants your luxury cruise vacation with them to be not only one of comfortable elegance, but one of enrichment as well. To that end they have created an optional Personal Enrichment program that is a stand out in the cruise industry. Each program is limited to a small group of passengers which keeps the experience an intimate one, not to be shared with the masses and each must be purchased prior to departure. Should you select one you will be led by one of their expert “Circle Hosts”, exploring a destination through a personal perspective.
You’ll go behind the scenes and off the beaten path to immerse yourself in the subject whatever it may be on your sailing. These experiences may revolve around local culture, or gourmet dining explored by workshops with esteemed Le Cordon Bleu master chefs, or perhaps photography seminars on land and sea presented by professional photographer Ken Haas.
There are cruises devoted to Better Bridge with master Audrey Grant as the instructor. World renowned oceanographer and environmentalist Jean Michel Cousteau will offer lectures on oceans of the world on sailings devoted to secrets of the deep. And the popular topics of Food and Wine as well as Food and Chocolate are offered frequently during the year.
Elegant Design & Embience
The ships of Regent Seven Seas are quietly elegant in design and decor. The smallest suites measure 306 sq. feet almost twice the cabin size of many of the large ship cabins. You’ll be sharing the ship with 700 fortunate fellow passengers, not 3000 that are quite common in the large ship category. And yet none of the diversity of dining options, nor selection of entertainment possibilities have been sacrificed by keeping the ships small, luxurious, and devoted to the most robust and memorable cruise experience in memory.