Regent Seven Seas Cruises, operators of the world’s most luxurious cruise fleet, celebrated the float out of their subsequent new cruise ship, Seven Seas Grandeur.
The float out marked a development milestone for the cruise ship that may debut later this yr. With the outer construction of the ship full, work will start on the ultimate phases of development. The cruise ship is beneath development on the Fincantieri’s shipyard in Ancona, Italy.
Seven Seas Grandeur will function lavish suites, elegant lounges, and beautiful eating places that may all embody Regent’s Heritage of Perfection. View Costs on Cruises on Seven Seas Grandeur
From the palatial, $11,000-a-night Regent Suite, to the up to date, but timeless, Distinctive Suites, to the superbly appointed Spacious Suites, Seven Seas Grandeur options 15 totally different suite classes. The ship may even be house to the primary Fabergé Egg at sea, Journey in Jewels.
“Whereas our new ships are all the time extremely anticipated Seven Seas Grandeur has confirmed to be so well-liked, we needed to create a further crusing for her inaugural season,” mentioned Andrea DeMarco, President of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “The unimaginable reception for Seven Seas Grandeur is a testomony not solely to the sturdy demand for luxurious cruising but in addition for Regent’s place because the chief on this house with each luxurious included, unmatched hospitality, and unequalled house at sea. We’re excited and immensely proud to welcome visitors on board Seven Seas Grandeur later this yr.”
Seven Seas Grandeur is Regent’s sixth cruise ship and newest addition to The World’s Most Luxurious Fleet. The cruise ship will debut in November 2023, cruising 18 unimaginable cruises within the Caribbean and the Mediterranean, in addition to two fascinating transatlantic crossings, all starting from seven to 16 nights lengthy.
The inaugural voyage assortment features a new maiden crusing – added resulting from sturdy demand – which spends seven nights discovering the Adriatic and Western Mediterranean from Venice (Trieste), Italy to Barcelona, Spain.