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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.
All of the cruise line's ships offer suite-only accommodations.
Deluxe Window Suites – available only on the lower decks of Seven Seas Navigator – cover 301 square feet and feature large windows. Deluxe Window Suites are Regent's most affordable accommodation option and can sleep up to three guests. Amenities in these suites include king-sized beds, sitting areas, marble bathrooms and walk-in closets. Deluxe Window Suites also come with stocked minibars (replenished daily), flat-screen TVs, free unlimited Wi-Fi access (for one device per suite), L'Occitane bath products, bathrobes and slippers.
Like nearly all accommodations on Regent's ships, Deluxe Veranda Suites boast balconies offering expansive views of the sea. Ranging from 301 to 356 square feet (including the balcony), these suites can also sleep up to three people and contain all of the amenities found in Deluxe Window Suites. You'll find Deluxe Veranda Suites located on the lower and middle decks of Regent's ships. Veranda Suites, located only on the lower-mid decks of Seven Seas Explorer, have the same in-room amenities as the Deluxe versions, but are 219 square feet and sleep only two people.
Concierge Suites cover between 301 and 415 square feet (including the balcony) and are located toward the center of the ship on the middle decks. If you stay in a Concierge Suite, you'll receive all of the amenities of a Deluxe Window or Deluxe Veranda suite, along with extra perks like 15 minutes of free phone time; free unlimited Wi-Fi access for up to four devices per suite; a 5% discount on Regent Choice Shore Excursions, Hotel and Land Programs; a 10% discount on high-end wine and liquor and a free one-night pre-cruise luxury hotel package.
Penthouse Suites – along with Horizon View Suites, Seven Seas Suites, Superior Suites, Mariner Suites, Voyager Suites, Navigator Suites, Explorer Suites, Grand Suites, Regent Suites and Master Suites – all feature large balconies, ranging from a 47-square-foot terrace in the Navigator Suite to a 1,417-square-foot wraparound veranda in Seven Seas Explorer's Regent Suite. Situated on the ships' upper decks, the interiors of these rooms also vary in size, from the Navigator's 301-square-foot Penthouse Suite to the Explorer's 3,026-square-foot Regent Suite. Depending on the suite, up to six people will have a place to rest their heads. In addition to all the amenities of Concierge Suites, all suites at the Penthouse level and above come with butler service, daily canapés and welcome bottles of Champagne.
What's Included in the Price
Meals at Specialty Restaurants
Gratuities for Housekeeping, Dining and Bar Staff
Regent offers a variety of activities and amenities geared toward cruisers who appreciate learning and relaxing while sailing.
During the day, you can lounge by the pool, practice at the putting green or partake in a game of cards. The onboard library is home to a collection of travel guides and novels for avid readers. Onboard classes and lectures in the ship's enrichment series include history and culture seminars and food and wine pairings. If you crave more activity, you'll have access to the fitness center in the Serene Spa & Wellness center. The spa offers high-end facials, massages, body wraps and other treatments for an additional fee.
Regent Seven Seas' ships only offer programs geared toward kids on select holiday and summer cruises. The Club Mariner Youth Program provides supervised activities like movies, crafts, dance parties and games for kids ages 5 to 17, organized by age group.
In the evenings, you can take advantage of Regent's onboard casino, swanky bars and lounges, and theater, which features nightly entertainment like Broadway musical revues and cabaret shows.
Regent Seven Seas offers a variety of dining options that are all included in your cruise fare. For casual fare, you can enjoy burgers, shakes and salads at the Pool Grill or visit La Veranda for breakfast and lunch buffets. At dinnertime, La Veranda becomes Sette Mari at La Veranda, a casual option for an Italian-inspired meal. Regent's main upscale dining option is Compass Rose, a European-influenced venue that serves lunch (on select ships), dinner and dessert. These restaurants do not require reservations, but you will need to dine during designated meal hours. In contrast, French venue Chartreuse and American steakhouse Prime 7 do require reservations. You can make dining reservations online or by phone beginning 75 days in advance of departure (90 days for those with access to Concierge-level amenities).
An "Elegant Casual" evening dress code is highly recommended after 6 p.m. Suggested dinner attire includes skirts, slacks or dresses for women and collared shirts (ties optional) for men. Shorts, jeans, T-shirts and sneakers are not permitted in the evening. For voyages that last 16 nights or longer, semiformal and formal wear is optional for two evenings. The night prior to disembarkation, casual attire is allowed.
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