Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced today that Seven Seas Voyager will receive a multi-million dollar refurbishment at the ship’s scheduled dry dock in October. The all-balcony, all-suite 700-guest capacity vessel will enter dry dock on Oct. 14 in Marseille, France and will unveil her new look on Oct. 23 when she sets sail on the 10-night Lands of Myths, Seas of Fables cruise from Rome to Venice.
As part of the ship’s refurbishment plans, the company will re-decorate all Penthouse Suites in a stunning new décor with custom-crafted elegant furnishings, plush carpeting, curtains, wall coverings, furniture, lighting, original artwork and outdoor furniture.
A complete refurbishment is also planned for the Horizon and Observation lounges. The venues will receive new bars, furniture, carpeting, wall coverings, lighting and original art. Additionally, the Constellation Theater will be refurbished with new carpeting, wall coverings, tables, wall sconces, banquettes and chairs.
New carpeting will be installed throughout the interior of the ship and all public spaces will receive a selection of original artwork. The atrium will be outfitted with fine marble and receive new furniture.
Outside, new teak will be installed on all balconies. The outdoor relaxation area on Deck 11 and outside the Observation Lounge on Deck 12 will receive new resort-style furniture and decor.
Appearing continuously on annual “world’s best” and “top” awards lists by noted media including Travel & Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, Luxury Travel Advisor and more, Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ fleet is comprised of three all-suite ships that carry from 490 to 700 guests in luxury to ports in Australia, Europe, Asia, South America, South Pacific, Alaska, New England, Canada, Africa, India, and the Caribbean.
Depending on the ship, guests can choose from up to four, open-seating gourmet restaurants, including Prime 7, a contemporary American steakhouse and Sette Mari at La Veranda, the line’s Italian dining experience. With some of the highest space-per-guest ratios in the cruise industry, accommodations include such requisite amenities as down comforters, Egyptian cotton linens, flat-screen television, DVD players and Wi-Fi access. Penthouse and higher-category suites aboard all three ships are equipped with iPads.
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