MIAMI – The Seven Seas Voyager has gotten a head-to-toe makeover and is now on its way to Dubai featuring upgraded suites and restaurants, plus five new production shows.
As part of its US$125 million fleet-wide refurbishment program, Regent Seven Seas Cruises has completed a bow-to-stern refurbishment of the ship, which took 25 days to complete. Seven Seas Voyager is the second ship in the Regent fleet to receive an update to public spaces and suites. She departed Barcelona on Nov. 9 on a 23-night voyage to Dubai.
“Our fleet-wide renovation brings a new level of elegance to the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet. We want to ensure that we not only have the most luxurious ship ever built with Seven Seas Explorer, but the most luxurious fleet at sea,” said Jason Montague, president and chief executive officer for Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
Notable renovations include a new contemporary design in Penthouse, Concierge and Deluxe Suites, which comprise the largest collection of suites onboard the ship. Compass Rose, the flagship restaurant, received a stunning new look with crystal chandeliers, blue furnishings and a new menu, while other restaurants like Chartreuse, La Veranda and the Pool Grill also saw new décor and upgrades.
In addition, the Reception Area, Coffee Connection, Connoisseur Lounge, Card Room, boutiques, casino and the Canyon Ranch SpaClub were all upgraded.
As for entertainment, the ship came out of dry dock featuring five new production shows: ‘Tuxedo’, ‘Lights, Camera, Music!’; ‘Broadway in Concert’; ‘Vegas! The Show’; and ‘Dancin’ Fool’.
“The minute I stepped on the newly refurbished Seven Seas Voyager, I was blown away by the luxurious décor and intricate design details,” added Montague. “This ship looks unequivocally better today than the day it was delivered from the shipyard, and exquisitely represents the continued evolution of the Regent Seven Seas Cruises brand.”