Regent Seven Seas Cruises are calling it the Most Luxurious Ship Ever Built™, and now the Seven Seas Explorer has its sights set on Australia and New Zealand. December 2020 will mark the inaugural visit by the luxury cruise ship to local shores.
No expense was spared in the build of the Seven Seas Explorer, which cost over USD $450 million. Every detail screams luxury and refinement. The all-balcony accommodation of 375 suites feature European beds; marble bathrooms; luxury amenities from brands like L’Occitane, Bvlgari, Guerlain, and Hermes; generously spaced verandas; and mini bars that are restocked daily – free of charge.
If the Seven Seas Explorer is the “most luxurious ship ever built”, then the Regent Suite is absolutely the most luxurious suite onboard. The one of a kind suite features two bedrooms; a living room and dining room; 2 rare Picasso lithographs; a USD $250 000 custom Steinway piano designed by Dakota Jackson; an in-suite spa retreat; and a private car with a driver at every port.
On-board dining is varied and indulgent – and with no additional cover charge – with seven specialty restaurants to choose from.
Personalised service is taken to the next level on the Seven Seas Explorer, with an almost 1:1 ratio of guests to
Seven Seas Explorer will enter Australian waters on 28 December 2020, stopping in Darwin before sailing down to Sydney on 6 January 2021. Regent Seven Sea Cruises are offering nine all-inclusive itineraries exploring Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and the South Pacific until April 2021. Some highlights include the 14-night Auckland to Sydney ‘Grandeur of New Zealand’ sailing; the 18-night Sydney to Bali ‘Koalas to Komodos’ cruise; and a 15-night sailing from Bali to lively Hong Kong ‘Radiance Of Thailand’.