Regent’s Seven Seas Explorer to Sail With L’Occitane’s Mer & Mistral Amenities

mer and mistralWhen Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ newest ship, the Seven Seas Explorer, sets sail this July it will do so with bath amenities from the Mer & Mistral line as part of a deal with L’Occitane. The products will be the standard complimentary amenity for all suites onboard the new ship. 

The Mer & Mistral line is part of L’Occitane’s La Collection de Grasse assortment, which is inspired by Grasse, a town in the south of France that is considered the perfume capital of the world. The collection’s scent combine aquatic notes with pine, cypress and rosemary. Following its debut on Seven Seas Explorer, the collection will expand to the remainder of Regent’s fleet this summer. 

The collection will include 75 ml bottles of L’Occitane shampoos, conditioners, shower gels, body lotions, and fresh soaps. Guests will also get a 100-ml bottle of Lavender Liquid Foaming Bath, which contains lavender oil from Provence

When it sets sail the all-suite Seven Seas Explorer will have a capacity of 750 guests. The ship will launch on its inaugural voyage July 20, followed by a season in Europe before heading to Miami for a series of Caribbean itineraries. 

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