Ultra-luxury small-ship itineraries to adventurous and favorite cruise ports
Regent Seven Seas. The new name of Radisson Seven Seas, Regent is perhaps best known for the distinctive twin-hull ssc DIAMOND, Regent Seven Seas offers ultra-premium cruising worldwide on five ships ranging from about 320 to 700 passenger capacity. Regent has won the "World's Best Small Cruise Line" award from the readers of Travel & Leisure magazine, in addition to many other awards.
Highlights. Regent pampers its passengers in complete luxury, not only to the usual cruise spots, but also to Antarctica and other so-called "soft adventure" destinations. While every Regent ship boasts the amenities that guests expect from super-premium cruising, each ship is unique.
Who Loves Regent? Sophisticated veteran travelers will enjoy Regent Seven Seas, as will people who prefer small ships and adventurous travel. Those looking for non-stop on-board parties will be disappointed.
Locations. Europe/Mediterranean, Alaska, Central/South America, the Baltics, Scandinavia/Russia, South Seas, Australia, New Zealand and Antarctica.
Competition. Compare to Cunard, Silversea, Crystal, and Seabourn.
Pricing. Brochure pricing starts at about $400 per day per person, including port charges, but excluding airfare.
More Information. http://www.rssc.com Please remember that our prices will almost always be lower than those that you see on Regent's Web site.