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Cruising with Regent Seven Seas

Regent Seven Seas Cruises receives high marks from experts and travelers alike for its all-inclusive approach and commitment to luxury service. All four of Regent's ships – Seven Seas NavigatorSeven Seas MarinerSeven Seas Explorer and Seven Seas Voyager – offer all-suite accommodations. And with one crew member for every one to two passengers, the line prides itself on its friendly, attentive staff.

How long you're on board a Regent ship can vary greatly, with 2019 voyages ranging from seven to 131 nights. Regent's popular 2019 itineraries include stops in hundreds of ports throughout AfricaAlaska, the CaribbeanEurope and more.

Guests can explore new places with complimentary shore excursions that vary by itinerary and cover everything from culinary tours in Monaco to snorkeling in Fiji. There's also plenty to do without leaving the ship, including nightly onboard entertainment, the Canyon Ranch Spa and a putting green near the pool deck. Select sailings feature enrichment series led by experts in a variety of fields, from cultural anthropology to culinary practices. And dining options abound – gourmet venues range from an upscale steakhouse, Prime 7, to Sette Mari at La Veranda, an informal Italian eatery.

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Regent Seven Seas Cruises receives high marks from experts and travelers alike for its all-inclusive approach and commitment to luxury service. All four of Regent's ships – Seven Seas NavigatorSeven Seas MarinerSeven Seas Explorer and Seven Seas Voyager – offer all-suite accommodations. And with one crew member for every one to two passengers, the line prides itself on its friendly, attentive staff.

How long you're on board a Regent ship can vary greatly, with 2019 voyages ranging from seven to 131 nights. Regent's popular 2019 itineraries include stops in hundreds of ports throughout AfricaAlaska, the CaribbeanEurope and more.

Guests can explore new places with complimentary shore excursions that vary by itinerary and cover everything from culinary tours in Monaco to snorkeling in Fiji. There's also plenty to do without leaving the ship, including nightly onboard entertainment, the Canyon Ranch Spa and a putting green near the pool deck. Select sailings feature enrichment series led by experts in a variety of fields, from cultural anthropology to culinary practices. And dining options abound – gourmet venues range from an upscale steakhouse, Prime 7, to Sette Mari at La Veranda, an informal Italian eatery.

Pros & Cons

  • All-inclusive fare covers specialty dining, alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks and shore excursions

  • Free Wi-Fi access

  • Round-trip airfare and ground transfers are included in fare

  • Cruises are expensive at any time of year

  • Limited facilities and onboard entertainment for children

  • Not all onboard offerings, including spa services, are covered by the cruise fare

Rankings

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has been ranked based on an expert evaluation of the line's level of luxury, as well as an assessment of user reviews and health ratings.

4.27Scorecard
  • 4.9Expert Rating »
  • 4.0Traveler Rating »
  • 4.0Health Rating »
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Seven Seas Explorer
Regent Seven Seas Explorer debuted in 2016, making it the newest ship in the fleet. It's also the largest, welcoming up to 750 passengers. The ship makes service a top priority, with a nearly 1-to-1 crew-to-guest ...
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On Board

Older, well-traveled couples frequent Regent Seven Seas Cruises, especially on longer voyages. However, don't be surprised if you see avid adult cruisers of all ages, ranging from their mid-30s to late 80s. You likely won't encounter children on board with the exception of certain family-friendly spotlight itineraries during the summer and around holiday breaks.
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On Shore

At each port of call on your itinerary, you'll have the opportunity to partake in as many shore excursions as you want while the ship is docked. During these complimentary excursions, you will leave the ship to experience group events, entertainment, dining and discovery in a given destination. These excursions range in activity level and duration...
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Before You Book

  • A 15 percent deposit is required for all cruises. For cruises of 14 nights or fewer, final payment is due 90 days prior to departure. On longer cruises, the remaining balance is due 150 days before you sail. If you book fewer than 90 days before the ship is scheduled to depart, you'll have to pay in full by the end of the business day.
  • Cruise cancellation fees vary depending on the length of the cruise and how far out you cancel. For more information, see the Regent Seven Seas Cruises Terms and Conditions page.
  • You can book shore excursions approximately 180 days prior to your embarkation date. Some excursions fill up early, so it's best to reserve far in advance to secure your place. Excursions can also be booked on board at the Destination Services desk.
  • Children younger than six months are not permitted on Regent cruises, and guests younger than 18 must share a suite with a guest who is 18 years or older.

Before You Board

  • You will receive cruise documents, including e-tickets, approximately 45 days prior to your ship's departure date.
  • Ships begin boarding at noon on the scheduled day of departure. If you are traveling from a U.S. port, you must board at least two hours prior to sailing time; if you are leaving from a port outside the U.S., you must board at least 90 minutes prior to departure.
  • Guests are required to bring the appropriate travel documents; passport, visa and vaccination requirements vary by itinerary. The cruise line requires all guests have passports that are valid for six months after the cruise ends. For more information about entry requirements for various countries, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) websites. 
  • Passengers can book shore excursions up to 180 days before the start of their cruise (or up to 240 days in advance for guests staying in Concierge Suites or higher) by visiting Regent's My Account page. Dinner reservations can also be made through the My Account portal 75 or more days before the ship's departure date (or 90-plus days before embarkation for travelers in Concierge Suites or higher). If you desire additional reservations, you may speak with the restaurant's maitre d' once on board. Any dietary restrictions must be sent to Regent Seven Seas via email at least 90 days prior to departure.
  • Regent Seven Seas does not enforce weight, size or quantity restrictions for baggage. However, the cruise line suggests travelers check with their airline and pack accordingly.

Disclaimers about ship ratings: A ship’s Health Rating is based on vessel inspection scores published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). If a ship did not receive a CDC score within 22 months prior to the calculation of its Overall Rating, its Health Rating appears as N/A; in such a case, the ship’s Overall Rating is calculated using the average Health Rating of all CDC-rated ships within the cruise line. All ship Traveler Ratings are based on ratings provided under license by Cruiseline.com.