Recently Regent Seven Seas Cruises released a look at some mock-ups of the suites onboard its newest ship, the Seven Seas Explorer.
With a design the line said is inspired by sapphire jewelry, the ship's Penthouse Suites have blue accents, custom furnishings and private verandas that stretch nearly 10 feet.
Ranging up to 626 square feet, Penthouse Suites also have an entertainment center that separates the living room and bedroom, a marble-topped bar, a dining area and a bathroom.
There will be 55 Penthouse Suites on the new ship.
Regent said the Concierge Suite's design was inspired by Cape Cod vacation homes.
The 460 square foot suites have a European king-sized Suite Slumber Bed that faces outwards towards the veranda for sea views, as well as a living/dining/entertaining area and a balcony that stretches the entire width of the room. The balcony also has outdoor furnishings.
Concierge Suites account for a majority of the accommodations aboard Seven Seas Explorer, with 140 suites, and the design conceit is shared with the Superior Suite category, which accounts for an additional 88 suites.
Seven Seas Explorer is set to launch in summer 2016.