First Look at Regent Seven Seas Cruises' New Seven Seas Explorer

 

The elegant atrium of the new Seven Seas Explorer // Photo by Marcy Nicklin

Editor's Note: Our Paris correspondent, Mary Winston Nicklin just boarded the new Seven Seas Explorer and is reporting for us "live." She's provided these "first look" photos of public spaces. Stay tuned throughout the week for photos of accommodations, the christening and more. 

Yesterday, the 56,000-grt Seven Seas Explorer, the newest ship in the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet was christened in Monte Carlo. Carrying just 750 guests, the elegantly designed ship has one of the highest space ratios in the cruise industry.

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Highlights? Among them are two new specialty restaurants, Chartreuse and Pacific Rim, along with creatively designed lounges and public spaces, plus the 3,875-square foot Regent Suite. The ship also has the brand's first culinary instruction center. 

The ship's maiden voyage is July 20, 2016, and it will spend an inaugural season in Europe before heading to Miami for a series of Caribbean voyages. For more information, visit www.rssc.com

Here's a first look at the new luxury ship.

The elegant dining room on Regent Seven Seas Cruises' Seven Seas Explorer // Photo by Mary Nicklin

 

Chandelier overlooking the atrium area on Seven Seas Explorer // Photo by Mary Nicklin

 

Outdoor pool deck on Seven Seas Explorer // Photo by Mary Nicklin

 

The modern patterned look of one of the many bars on Seven Seas Explorer // Photo by Mary Nicklin

 

Cruisers can practice their putting skills on this top deck mini-golf course. // Photo by Mary Nicklin

 

Interior artwork on Seven Seas Explorer // Photo by Mary Nicklin

 

Top deck sunning area on Regent Seven Seas' Seven Seas Explorer // Photo by Mary Nicklin

 

Drinks and dancing are on tap in this Seven Seas Explorer space // Photo by Mary Nicklin

 

Elegant dining on Seven Seas Explorer // Photo by Mary Nicklin

Stay tuned for more photos in the coming days as we further explore the new Seven Seas Explorer. 

 

 

 

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