Regent Seven Seas has taken delivery of the Seven Seas Grandeur, their latest ultra-luxury ship.
The line has also released new interior shots, giving cruisers a first look at Seven Seas Grandeur.
The ship can accommodate just 746 passengers and will have 548 staff, making it the highest crew-to-guest ratio.
“We would like to thank Studio DADO and Fincantieri for their outstanding collaboration in realizing this incredible new vessel which truly builds on the ground-breaking traditions of Regent’s exceptional Explorer-class ships which came before,” said Harry Sommer, President and Chief Executive Officer of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.
“Seven Seas Grandeur’s inaugural season is all but sold out, which is a testament to the burgeoning popularity of the unrivalled Regent experience and also reflective of the ship being the most anticipated launch of 2023.”
The ship will sail the Caribbean, and make two transits of the Panama Canal. She will also sail the US Eastern Seaboard.
Seven Seas Grandeur will then sail back across the Atlantic from New York to Barcelona in March to homeport in the Mediterranean for the summer of 2024.
First look at Seven Seas Grandeur
The ship has 15 accommodation categories including the palatial Regent Suite which starts at $16,000 a night.
Across the ship’s eight dining venues, Regent Seven Seas will roll out 130 new dishes created exclusively for the ship.
Returning to Seven Seas Grandeur is the Culinary Arts Kitchen which offers hands-on classes and special demonstrations.
The classes are inspired by the destinations visited by the entire Regent fleet. Some of the lessons onboard focus on French food and wine, the meat and seafood of New Zealand, and the Pacific Northwest.
Seven Seas Grandeur will also be home to a 1600-piece art collection. The pièce de résistance of which will be a custom-designed masterpiece – Journey in Jewels. It will be the first Fabergé Egg to permanently reside at sea.
Other highlights in the ship’s art offering include multiple works by Picasso and a custom-made bronze and hand-cast glass Bonsai Cherry Tree sculpture.
There will be four new productions: Pasión, Ignite the Night, Marauder’s Ball and ICONS. The new shows have been created by Grammy Award winners in music and world-renowned choreographers alongside acclaimed Broadway director John MacInnis.
The ship’s Serene Spa & Wellness experience will also feature new and exclusive spa treatments. Fresh menu items include a Zero Gravity Wellness Massage, as well as a Tahitian Hydration Ritual only for Regent Suite guests.