The newest Regent Seven Seas vessel debuted in July 2016 as the largest ship in the fleet. The Seven Seas Explorer welcomes 750 passengers and it doesn't skimp on service, maintaining a nearly 1-to-1 crew-to-guest ratio with 552 staff members on board. According to recent cruisers, the crew was friendly and attentive.
Travelers were even more impressed by the all-suite accommodations, all of which include spacious balconies and amenities like complimentary personalized minibars and interactive TVs. While unlimited Wi-Fi is also an included perk, some passengers said it was a little slower than they expected. Another high point on the ship: the cuisine. Explorer offers seven restaurants along with a coffee bar. Options range from the casual Pool Grill to Asian creations at Pacific Rim. Similar to other ships in the fleet, all specialty dining is available at no extra charge.
When it comes to activities, guests can spend their days at sea participating in cooking demonstrations, lounging by the pool or relaxing in the library. In the evenings, entertainment options include games in the casino, cocktails in one of four lounges or enjoying a show in the Constellation Theater. The best perk, according to recent passengers? All shore excursions are included.
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Seven Seas Explorer contains 10 decks. Deck plans are currently unavailable. Please check back soon, or visit the Regent Seven Seas Cruises website for more information.
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