As part of an epic partnership with Fabergé, Seven Seas Grandeur houses an original egg and boasts Sarah Fabergé as its Godmother.
REGENT SEVEN SEAS CRUISES HAS BEEN considered the leading luxury cruise line for three decades, consistently delivering what they call an unrivalled experience paired with true all-inclusive luxury.
Amongst its most unique offerings are unlimited complimentary shore excursions at every port, making it a truly all-inclusive escape. Voyage fares also include gourmet cuisine in a range of specialty restaurants and alfresco dining venues, fine wines and spirits, entertainment, transfer between hotel and ship, and a one-night, pre-cruise hotel package for guests staying in Concierge-level suites and higher.
The exclusive cruise line’s latest ship, set to debut in November 2023, will be their greatest achievement yet. Inspired by the past yet stunningly reimagined for the future, Seven Seas Grandeur will exemplify the company’s Heritage of Perfection through a sea liner that combines unrivalled space, unparalleled service, exceptional cuisine and transformative experiences for guests from the moment they board.
Discerning fans of art and culture will appreciate that the Seven Seas Grandeur houses a multi-million-dollar art collection — including the pièce de résistance, Journey in Jewels, a custom-designed masterpiece and the first Fabergé egg to permanently reside at sea.
This one-of-a-kind egg is inspired by the stunning beauty of the world’s oceans, as seen through Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ heritage of luxury and perfection.
A pedestal of ocean greens, turquoise and pearl form the foundation upon which the elegant egg resides. Journey in Jewels is wrapped in seven waves. Its hues change from deep blues to an ocean spray of white pearls, conceived to represent the Seven Seas and the treasures harboured within.
The iconic partnership between the legendary House of Fabergé and Seven Seas Grandeur extends beyond the luxurious ship housing the one-of-a-kind egg — the ship also boasts Sarah Fabergé as its Godmother.
Accommodating only 746 across a gross tonnage of 55,500, Seven Seas Grandeur will provide amongst the highest space- and staff-to-guest ratios in the cruise industry. It also showcases refined design provided by award-winning Studio DADO, specialists in boutique cruising and interior design for hospitality brands, which aims for matchless elegance and breath-taking to exceed the expectations of discerning travellers.
The ship will offer a diverse range of 18 sailings across the Mediterranean and Caribbean regions — including two transatlantic voyages.
“Since their respective debuts in 2016 and 2020, Seven Seas Explorer and Seven Seas Splendor have delighted discerning luxury travellers from across the world, earning a reputation as the most luxurious ships ever built,” said Jason Montague, President and Chief Executive Officer, Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “Now their sister, Seven Seas Grandeur, builds upon Regent’s rich history. Inspired by our heritage, this ship will harmonise elegance, comfort, freedom and choice, delighting guests for years to come.”
Onboard, guests will find captivatingly reimagined designs for signature restaurants Compass Rose and Prime 7 among the exquisite dining choices.
The inspiration behind Prime 7, the signature steakhouse aboard Seven Seas Grandeur, is the classic New York steakhouse, celebrating the finest aged beef and bracing Bordeaux in an atmosphere that caters to Regent’s sophisticated, worldly guests.
The steakhouse is the latest evolution in luxury dining at sea, pairing joyful curiosity with nostalgia and delicate craftsmanship. The ship’s diverse dining venues are amongst any luxury cruise brand’s most elegant and sophisticated.
Guests will enjoy mouthwatering appetisers, including jumbo lump crab cakes, Black Angus Beef steak tartare, and succulent jumbo shrimp cocktail.
The decadent French Chartreuse tells the story of the restaurants’ nostalgic design inspirations from 1925 Paris and the Art Deco movement to the romance of turn-of-the-century New York, while the captivating reimagining of the largest speciality restaurant at sea, Compass Rose, offers a fully customised dining experience.
Regent recently unveiled the epicurean perfection programme, offering guests an unrivalled culinary experience, including exquisite meals, fine wines and spirits that pay homage to destination-based epicurean explorations ashore.
Guests enjoy sumptuous all-suite accommodation onboard. Last spring, Regent unveiled designs for all 15 suite categories. Amongst the highlights is the one-of-a-kind Regent Suite with a skylit, glass-enclosed parlour, in-suite spa with unlimited treatments and 4,443 square feet overlooking the bow of the ship and the spacious Master Suite with 2,108 square feet, two bedrooms, two marble and stone bathrooms, and up to 994 square feet of balcony space.
The Grandeur Suite offers regal beauty and comfort, with 918 square feet, including a living room, bedroom and one and a half bathrooms. The Penthouse Suite boasts 644 square feet and balcony space of up to 194 square feet. Each features a separate seating area, dedicated butler service and delightful daily canapés.
The designs take modern luxury cruising to new aesthetic heights, sure to please each well-travelled guest.
Seven Seas Grandeur’s inaugural sail will be 25 November 2023, when she makes her way across the Atlantic on a 14-night cruise from Barcelona to Miami with stops in Cadiz, Madeira and the pink sand beaches of Bermuda.
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