On July 13, Regent Seven Seas Cruise had its new cruise ship christened by Princess Charlene of Monaco. The Seven Seas Explorer is an extremely elegant fleet built for meeting the needs of that 1% of population.
Its interior design is breathtaking, afterall it’s not easy to satifisfy such a wealthy public. It has a $ 500,000 statue in one of its restaurants, Czech Crystals in the guest hallways and good portion of its interior is made of Carrara Marble.
Among its daytime activities are Culinary Arts Kitchen (which will teach you exquisite dishes), gourmet explorer tours, card room, destination services for helping you chose your excursions, a chic library and a lavish swimming pool. Its nightime activities are also incredible, there is a casino, a connoisseur club perfect for broadening your network, the superb Constellation Theater and 3 lounges.
The cruise’s most expensive suite is Regent Suite, costing $ 10,000 per night. It has 4,433 sq feet and gives you a limousine for rollin like a boss in port.
The ship has also the Canyon Ranch SpaClub, perfect for relaxing after all day chillin, which has a wide range of treatments like, aromatherapy, seaweed treatments and ayurverdic. A state-of-the-art gym, a jogging track, deck shuffleboard, bocce court, golf nets and paddle tennis.
The numbers of Seven Seas Explorer are impressive, it cost $ 450 million to be built, it has cabins for 750 passengers, 375 suites and 8 restaurants. For those a bit under the 1%, there are cabin options for $ 1,000 per night.