This ship has been dubbed “The Most Luxurious Ship Ever Built.” Regent Seven Seas Cruises is looking forward to the arrival of its Seven Seas Explorer ship in Sydney, which is making its first visit to the Asia-Pacific region and is now on her way from Singapore.
The ship, which made her debut in the Mediterranean in February 2020, has been inspected by Steve Odell, the local head of Regent Seven Seas Cruises, and several of his staff while they were in Asia recently visiting trade partners.
“Seven Seas Explorer brings a degree of luxury never seen before in this region, and we can’t wait to share her with local travellers,” Odell said. Seven Seas Explorer has everything from her all-balcony, all-suite accommodations to her sublime cuisine and lavish interiors. With one of the highest space-to-guest and staff-to-guest ratios at sea, ensuring impeccable service, and a crew delivering exceptional service on board, a cruise on Seven Seas Explorer is an experienced guest will never forget.
The all-inclusive package includes the following: Unlimited wines and spirits, speciality dining, prepaid gratuities, unrestricted Wi-Fi, valet laundry service, and unlimited shore excursions at each port of call.
Many voyages are planned for Explorer’s return to Australasian waters in 2023/24, including a 17-night Bali to Sydney cruise on 05 Dec 2023 and a two-week Sydney to Auckland festive season excursion on 22 Dec 2023.
In March 2024, travellers may embark on a 12-night roundtrip from Tokyo to visit secluded beaches in Beppu, Oshima Island, and Kochi and provide up to 44 excursions.