Regent Seven Seas Debuts Voyager After Refurbishments

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has debuted Seven Seas Voyager, which completed its refurbishments that included new décor and a new collection of shows for the Constellation Theater.

The extensive refurbishment was part of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ $125 million fleet-wide refurbishment program, and is now underway on a 23-night Barcelona-to-Dubai voyage. 

Seven Seas Voyager joins Seven Seas Navigator as the second ship to receive the update to the public spaces and suites onboard. 

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While the shipboard enhancements extend from bow to stern, some of the more notable changes include:

  • Penthouse, Concierge and Deluxe Suites: The largest collection of suites onboard the ship received a contemporary design that helps accentuate the spaciousness of the suites.   
  • Compass Rose: The flagship restaurant’s updates include crystal chandeliers, wooden accents and, celestial blue furnishings. The new menu gives guests “an unprecedented level of personal customization and choice.”
  • Chartreuse: Inspired by the restaurant of the same name on Seven Seas Explorer, this Chartreuse comes with new furnishings, china, flooring, and décor, as well as an entirely new menu.
  • La Veranda: The buffet is now open towards both sides of the restaurants and includes a cook-to-order grill station.
  • Pool Grill: The outdoor eating area will have a new infrared barbeque grill. 
  • Voyager Lounge: The marquee lounge’s new design was inspired by a modern interpretation of a French cabaret: champagne-colored chandeliers hang over crimson-colored loveseats along a wall of oversized windows.

Areas also touched during the refurbishment of Seven Seas Voyager include the Reception Area, Coffee Connection, Connoisseur Lounge, Card Room, boutiques, casino and the Canyon Ranch SpaClub. 

In addition to the physical enhancements, the ship comes out of dry dock with five new astonishing production shows: "Tuxedo"; "LightsCameraMusic!"; "Broadway in Concert"; "Vegas! The Show"; and "Dancin’ Fool".


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