Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Regent Seven Seas Cruises enjoys a stellar reputation for luxury cruises.  Of their five ships, four are all-balcony, all-suites and accommodate only around 700 passengers (the fifth is smaller and has mostly balconies!).  However, their standout feature is the inclusions; their pricing includes almost everything related to the cruise package, as seen on the attached list.

Regent’s itineraries are virtually worldwide, with many beginning at 7-nights, but also many are 10 to 12-days and they extend even up to multi-month world cruises!  They put a significant emphasis on Europe in the Summer season, but they are also well known for Alaska, Canada/New England and other ‘close-to-home’ itineraries, as well.

Since Regent is a truly all-inclusive experience, it is common for someone to experience sticker shock when they first view their rates.  However, Regent actually offers an excellent value when one considers just what is included.  The attached comparison makes a very convincing example and the benefit of not being ‘nickel & dimed’ onboard adds to the deluxe experience and the overal relaxed ambience.

A very nice, short video is below, as well as some photos of the ship and the destination.

Their current promotional offer can be found <here>. Please contact Cruise Escapes for details!

click on any photo to enlarge:

Sample Standard Suite (minimum accommodation)
Spacious Specialty Dining options – no additional charge
Spacious facilities – inside & out!
Kotor, Montenegro – one of many spectacular ports of call
Seven Seas Explorer

Look for our next Small Ship Cruising post featuring Seabourn Cruises…..

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