Regent Seven Seas’ luxury ship Seven Seas Mariner will return to Alaska, newly refurbished after a 20-day drydock in April.

The ultra-luxe cruise company is spending US$125 million fleet wide on refreshing its fleet.

Seven Seas Mariner will have updated suites, public spaces as well as new dining options.

So what’s new about it?

Dining experiences:

The ship’s flagship restaurant Compass Rose will not only get new interiors but also a new menu which is yet to be revealed. Chartreuse, Mariner’s French restaurant will also be decorated with a French flair. The steakhouse, Prime 7 will be adorned in hues of blues and tans.

New suites:

Every stateroom in the all-suite, all-balcony ship will get a new Regent Elite Slumber bed as well as a walk-in wardrobe and marble bathrooms with L’Occitane amenities.

Updated interiors:

The ship’s pool deck features a new open layout with a mosaic-tiled swimming pool centerpiece. The atrium, public spaces and corridors of the ship will also be fitted out with new carpet, art, furniture and décor. The casino and library will also be revamped in the refurbishment.

Regent Seven Seas’ guests who book a Deluxe Veranda Suite on 10 and 11-night Alaskan itineraries will be upgraded to a three-category higher Concierge Suite – also receiving Concierge-level amenities, such as a free one-night pre-cruise hotel stay.

Regent Seven Seas’ hundred million dollar refurbished fleet cruises worldwide destinations spanning Alaska, Africa, Asia, Bermuda, Canada and New England, Mediterranean, South America and The Amazon, Northern Europe, and South Pacifica.