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Seven Seas Explorer Facts & Figures
Owner/Operator:Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Year built:2016
Builder:Fincantieri, Genoa, Italy
Former names:-
Gross Tonnage:55,254
Length:223 m (732 ft)
Beam:32 m (102 ft)
Passengers (normal):738
Passengers (maximum):738
Crew:542
Service speed:20.0 kn
Sister Ships:-
About Seven Seas Explorer

Regent Seven Seas had not welcomed a newly built cruise ship in their fleet for 13 years when in June, 2016 Fincantieri delivered their new flagship Seven Seas Explorer. Labeled by the cruise line as "The Most Luxurious Cruise Ship Ever Built", the 55,000 ton Seven Seas Explorer has an all-suite, all-balcony guest configuration with a capacity of just 738. No less than 542 crew members take care of them in various restaurants and attractively decorated public rooms. Regent Seven Seas Cruises operates an ultra all-inclusive concept, where all drinks, gratuities and a choice of shore excursions in each port are included in the fare.

Seven Seas Explorer Photo Gallery
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Seven Seas Explorer Interior Photos
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ShipParade On Board Report: Bon Voyage Seven Seas Explorer
Directly after boarding Seven Seas Explorer we roll into Regent Seven Seas' unique "block party" where guests are encouraged to open the door of their suite, step out in the corridor and bring a glass. As waiters stroll the passageways serving wine and snacks, we chat with our neighbors until we see three officers run towards us. They turn out to be the Captain, Hotel Director and Cruise Director who shake our hand and welcome us on board before sprinting towards the next cluster of guests. It is the first sign that Regent really does things differently.
Seven Seas Explorer is the first new Regent ship in 13 years, joining fleet mates Seven Seas Voyager, Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Navigator. The 54,000 ton vessel has a capacity for 738 guests, looked after by a crew of 542. Billed as "The Most Luxurious Cruise Ship Ever Built" by her owners, she was designed to be the epitome of contemporary seagoing luxury. Nearly everything is included here: drinks, tips, Internet and even a choice of shore excursions in every port on every cruise. Not included though are formal nights; the atmosphere on board is remarkably easy-going with a relaxed dress code to match.
Before we take you on a guided tour of this exquisite ship, we need to tell you about the memorable naming ceremony. It all started with a gala dinner for all guests which was served simultaneously in all restaurants on board. We dined royally on caviar, lobster, prime beef and Valrhona chocolate complemented with fine wines. Then it was time to make our way quayside for the ceremony which started at 9 PM sharp. There were speeches from Jason Montague, President of Regent Seven Seas Cruises, and Frank Del Rio, President of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings. The passion and pride of these two gentlemen was all too visible, which made the moment even more special. It was up to Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco (accompanied by her husband Prince Albert) to do the honors and officially name Seven Seas Explorer. And if all of that was not enough, Andrea Bocelli performed for 45 minutes, singing some of most famous songs which brought tears to the eyes of many. Back on board, the party continued on the Pool Deck where CEO's, dignitaries and guests were swinging the night away under the stars. Unforgettable? Absolutely!
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