Regent Seven Seas Cruises keep getting better and better!

Regent seven seas logo250pxWith so much competition in the cruise industry, cruise lines are continually offering bigger ships, better ships, cruises with more perks, cruises with more inclusions – all often at lower price points. At Today’s Woman Traveller, we’re always eager to find out about the new offerings and the latest cruise news.

And one recent travel story that caught our attention was an announcement by one of our favourite cruise lines - Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Regent Seven Seas is unique in the cruise industry. As well as offering extraordinary luxury cruises to over 250 worldwide ports, they also provide more inclusions than any other line:

Free roundtrip airfare

Free unlimited shore excursions

Pre-paid gratuities

All beverages (premium wines and spirits)

Free specialty dining

All-suite ships with almost all-balcony rooms

Mid size ships able to access smaller, more intimate ports

2 for 1 fare rates

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Often one night pre-cruise hotel included

To date, Regent Seven Seas has had 3 luxury cruise ships, but come mid 2016, a new ship will sale out of Monaco – the Regent Seven Seas Explorer. The Explorer promises to be “the most luxurious ship to sail the seven seas”! This ship is setting a new standard with their top of the line Regent suite at 3875 sq feet with 2 plush bedrooms, expansive living space, AND a first in the industry – an in-suite spa retreat with personal sauna, steam room, relaxation loungers and a spa treatment area where guests will enjoy complimentary, unlimited treatments.

Ok, so not many of us will get to experience the Regent suite, but even their ‘regular’ offerings - which aren’t regular at all - are extraordinary, with:

The largest balconies of any cruise lines

Three (included) gourmet restaurants:

Chartreuse featuring delights found in fine Parisian eateries

Prime7 signature steakhouse

The Pacific Rim Main Dining Room offering the rich traditions of the best Asian fusion dining

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The Culinary Arts Kitchen – Take a spot at the first ever cooking school at sea and learn how to make gourmet meals for when you return home. Personal instruction is offered at 18 stations.

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The Canyon Ranch SpaClub offers a gorgeous infinity plunge pool

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When it sails Summer 2016, we’re sure the Regent Seven Seas Explorer will set the new standard for luxury cruises. If this isn’t a memory-making travel experience, I don’t know what is.

Why not be one of the first to sail The Seven Seas Explorer?

Contact Today’s Woman Traveller today so we can help you make this trip of a lifetime come true - 1-888-830-5324


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