Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced an extensive $125 million fleet-wide refit as more and more lines move into the luxury sector.
Crystal Cruise Lines, recently purchased by Genting Holdings, Seabourn and Silversea are all spending up big to attract high net worth passengers.
Seven Seas Navigator will this spring see public spaces and suites of the Regent fleet updated to match the style of the new Seven Seas Explorer, which is scheduled to launch this July.
Seven Seas Explorer will set a new benchmark in luxury cruising, and the industry is keenly awaiting the launch.
The two-year, $125 million refurbishment includes public spaces, a complete redesign of all categories of suites. Seven Seas Navigator will be the first to receive the upgrade, followed by Seven Seas Voyager in late 2016 and Seven Seas Mariner in the spring of 2017.
Seven Seas Navigator will undergo renovations to all suite categories, all lounges, the library, casino, boutiques, reception area and signature restaurants Compass Rose and La Veranda.
The renovations will first be carried out in France with the ship entering dry dock in Marseille, France, on March 31 to until April 13, 2016.