Cruise Style: Luxury
Seven Seas Cruises offers a nearly all-inclusive cruise experience
in sumptuous surroundings on an eclectic fleet of vessels. These
delightful ships feature exquisite service, generous staterooms with
abundant amenities, a variety of dining options, and superior
lecture and enrichment programs, including cooking classes taught by
renowned Cordon Bleu chefs.
greeted with champagne upon boarding and find their refrigerator
stocked with soft drinks, beer, and bottled water that is
replenished daily. An in-suite bar setup is provided for suites with
butler service. All beverages throughout the ships are
complimentary, including select wines and spirits. Intimate
specialty restaurants are popular alternatives to open seating
dining rooms. Serving
continental and regional cuisines, the seasoned wait staff provides
the most gracious service possible.
The Seven Seas
Mariner is the world's first all-balcony, all-suite cruise ship.
incomparable service to guests in the top category suites.
Canal; Mexico; Alaska; New England/Canada; Bermuda; The Orient;
Australia; New Zealand; Tahiti; South America; Europe; British
Isles; Scandinavia; Baltic Republics; Indian Ocean; Red Sea; Arabia;
Africa; The Middle East; Transatlantic.
Few spots on the
globe are untouched by Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ diverse fleet.
Seas Cruises are inviting to affluent couples ranging from their
late-30’s to retirees who are drawn to the ships’ chic ambiance
and destination rich itineraries. Longer
cruises and more exotic itineraries attract veteran passengers in
the over-60 age group.
Seven Seas’ vessels are adult oriented and do not have dedicated
children's playrooms. However,
the Club Mariner program schedules organized, educational activities
to enhance the voyages of young cruisers accompanying their parents
on select sailings. Families
find the self-service laundry facilities are a convenience on some
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Seven Seas Cruises
1000 Corporate Drive, Suite 500
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334
Seas Society - Benefits for passengers
Regent Seven Seas Cruises is the company name of the former-
Radisson Seven Seas Cruises
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