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Home Videos & Articles Seven Seas Voyager Emerges From Dry-Dock With Dramatic, Stylish new Interiors.

Seven Seas Voyager Emerges From Dry-Dock With Dramatic, Stylish new Interiors.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced on October 24, 2013 that Seven Seas Voyager has emerged from her scheduled dry-dock with  breathtaking, dramatic and brand new interior décor and refreshed and beautiful exterior decks.  The all-suite, all-balcony 700 guest-capacity vessel unveiled her new look late last month when she set sail on a 10-night Mediterranean cruise from Rome to Italy.

Radiating a brand  new sense of comfort and warmth, the ship’s public spaces are resplendent with gorgeous and elegant new furnishings, upholstery, custom-milled carpeting and hand-selected accent pieces.  From the bold yet relaxing tones of the Observation Lounge, to the sheer sophistication of Horizons, every area exudes a sense of elegance and style.  The refurbishment was over-seen by Frank J. Del Rio, the line’s Chief Executive Officer and Chairman, who flew to Marseille, France for the final inspection just before Seven Seas Voyager set sail.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has long been the benchmark for luxury cruising and the Seven Seas Voyager just raised the bar to an all new level.  The ship is nothing short of breathtaking and decidedly classy.  It is ushering in a new era of design sophistication.  The Voyager is undoubtedly the most beautiful ship on the sea.

As part of the ship’s complete refurbishment, all Penthouse Suites received new décor with stunning custom-crafted furnishings, elegant plush carpeting, curtains, furniture, wall coverings, original artwork, lighting and outdoor furniture.

The Observation Lounge and Horizons, the ship’s nightclub and bar, each underwent a radical and complete transformation.  The venues now have a distinctive new look with brand new bars, chic new furnishings, lustrous wall coverings, carpeting and new lighting throughout. 

Also, the ship’s exterior decks received as much attention as the interiors did.  New teak was installed on all of the balconies and the teak decks in the common areas were re-surfaced and re-finished to look brand-new.

Additionally, Regent Seven Seas Cruises recently announced an expansion in its industry-leading all-inclusive product by offering free Wi-Fi fleet-wide including Seven Seas Voyager as part of a multi-million dollar Internet investment upgrade.  Beginning with the Winter 2014-2015 sailings, concierge-level and higher suites will receive up to 500 minutes of free Wi-Fi.

Guests have a choice of 4 open-seating gourmet restaurants, including Prime 7; a contemporary American steakhouse; Compass Rose, serving an exceptional variety of Continental cuisine with a European flair; Signatures, a classic French dining experience that rivals the finest Parisian restaurants; and Sette Mari at La Veranda, which offers an extensive menu of authentic Italian specialties. 

Regent Seven Seas Cruises is the world’s most inclusive luxury cruise line.  The line’s fares include round-trip air, all-suite accommodations, acclaimed cuisine, fine wines and spirits, personalized service, gratuities, sightseeing excursions in every port, and a pre-cruise luxury hotel package and complimentary Wi-Fi for those guests staying in concierge level and higher suites. 

Three award-winning, all suite, vessels, Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Navigator, and Seven Seas Voyager, are among the most spacious at sea and visit over 250 destinations around the globe.  The line is currently building the 738-guest Seven Seas Explorer, which will be delivered in summer of 2016.


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