Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced plans for an extensive $125 million upgrade to its fleet. Enhancements will see public spaces and suites refurbished to match the same elegant style as the upcoming Seven Seas Explorer, which launches later this year.
The 490-guest Seven Seas Navigator will be the first to benefit from the enhancements, when the ship enters drydock on March 31 in Marseilles. Seven Seas Voyager will be the next to receive the refurbishment in late 2016, followed by Seven Seas Mariner in spring 2017.
“Seven Seas Navigator is one of our most beloved ships, so it’s fitting that she is the first to undergo this extraordinary refurbishment,” said Jason Montague, president and chief operating officer for Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “These renovations will bring a new level of elegance to the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet, strengthening our position as the undisputed leader in the luxury cruise segment, operating the most luxurious ships at sea.”
Seven Seas Navigator will essentially emerge as a brand new ship in April after its drydock, with all suite categories, lounges, the library, casino, boutiques, reception area, and signature restaurants Compass Rose and La Veranda having recently been completely renovated.