The moment you step aboard, it will be apparent that the Seven Seas Grandeur was inspired by the past and magnificently recreated for the future. The ship will be the epitome of perfection, with unrivalled spaciousness, outstanding service, excellent food, and life-altering experiences.
The Seven Seas Grandeur is a cruise ship belonging to the group luxury class. It can carry up to 750 guests at a time and has 542 crew members.
The 55,5000-gross-ton Seven Seas Grandeur, a sister to Seven Seas Explorer, was designed by Miami’s Studio DADO. The ship’s space and staff-to-guest ratios will be among the industry’s highest.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has provided guests with unparalleled experiences for almost thirty years.
All while listening to guests, updating services, and continually enhancing each aspect of the Regent experience. Regent has every luxury, allowing you to enjoy every second of your journey. And it all starts with a ship that takes ocean sailing to new heights.
Regent Seven Seas recently revealed details about the new ship’s interior spaces, including its 15 suite categories. Among the suites is the ship’s largest—the palatial 4,443-square-foot Regent Suite, which has its in-suite spa and comes at a price tag of $11,000 per night.
The sophisticated designs, warm tones, and familiar impressions of the suites aboard Seven Seas Grandeur exemplify the greatest parts of the past with a fresh approach.
While sailing on Seven Seas Grandeur, all guests will have multiple dining options, including the specialty restaurants Prime 7 and Chartreuse, as well as a reimagined Compass Rose.
Chartreuse – Paris, 1925, the Art Deco movement is born. The Chanel suit and a classic little black dress make their stylish debut. The luxurious French past inspires the contemporary new design of Chartreuse.
Prime 7 – America’s first outstanding steakhouses. The enchantment of train travel. In the early 1900s, these and other Western marvels altered the contemporary world, giving the transportive inspiration for Prime 7.
Compass Rose – A vision of the beautiful blossoms hidden under a cascading sculpture in the centre of the newest vessel. Compass Rose will mirror the mystical splendour of an enchanted woodland, with a design that appears to extend beyond her boundaries.
Observation Lounge: The organic designs of Art nouveau are beautifully and elegantly intertwined across the various welcoming places in the newly designed Observation Lounge.
Seven Seas Grandeur will begin sailing in November 2023. During its inaugural year, the new ship will operate 17 Caribbean and Mediterranean voyages and two seven- to 16-night transatlantic crossings.