Regent Seven Seas Cruises
The five small to mid-size ships in Regent Seven Seas' six-star fleet include: the newest all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Explorer II, The second all-suite, all-balcony ship, the 700-guest Seven Seas Voyager, her sister ship the Seven Seas Mariner, the all-suite Seven Seas Navigator and the French Polynesian Paul Gauguin.
In January 2006, A maximum of 198 fortunate guests will explore Antarctica aboard the, Explorer II, on two 11-night expedition cruises. In September 1999, Regent Seven Seas launched its ship, the ms Seven Seas Navigator in the same six-star tradition. And in March 2001, Regent will introduce the world's first all-suite, all-balconied ship, the Seven Seas Mariner. For the first time on any ship, every single guest will be treated to an unprecedented level of expansive personal luxury. Only Regent Seven Seas Cruises offers such a broad spectrum of distinctive vessels and voyages, while upholding an uncompromising standard of cruising excellence throughout, to each destination, aboard each ship.
Here are just a few of the great things that make Regent Seven Seas Cruises so distinct:
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