Regent Seven Seas Explorer is a brand new all-inclusive, all-suite, all-balcony 750-guest the most luxurious cruise ship ever. The glamorous christening of the ship will be held on July 13, 2016 in Monaco and the godmother will be no other than H.S.H. Princess Charlene of Monaco herself. After christening there will be cruises available all summer in the Mediterranean and in winter the ship will sailing in the Caribbean. Let’s have a sneak peak inside this magnificent and modern ship.
Regent Seven Seas Explorer
Regent Seven Seas Explorer costed $450 million to build, which makes it also the most expensive cruise ship ever built. It is the forth vessel in the Regent Seven Seas Cruises portfolio.
The most luxurious accommodation on the ship is the 2,917 square feet (271 m2) Regent Suite with a 958 square feet (89 m2) balcony. It is the first cabin to offer 270 degree breathtaking views towards the sea. You will definitely live like a queen in this suite with a custom-built Steinway grand piano, in-suite SPA and private garden. If I was traveling in Regent Suite there would be no need for me to even go out from my room. Maybe only to see the performances in the Constellation Theater, check out the boutiques, to play in the Casino and, of course, dine in the best restaurants.
Relax And Enjoy The Sun At The Pool Deck
On the Deck 11 of the Regent Seven Seas Explorer there is a lavish Pool Deck. Outfitted in teak accents, it is one of the most elegant Pool Decks at sea, featuring a huge pool and two whirlpools. All you need to do is to relax on your comfortable lounge chair, forget all your troubles and bask in the sun with a refreshing and delicious cocktail by your side, the rest will be taken care of by the amiable and dedicated crew. I can picture myself already lounging the day away in a sexy bikini and a funky summer hat.
When I was browsing through the numerous photos of the new luxurious Regent Seven Seas Explorer cruise ship, I couldn’t decide which photo I love the most. But after a long consideration I fell in love with the photo of the Atrium. Located on the Deck 5 where you can find the reception desk as well concierge. There is something magical and glorious about the double staircase or, as wikipedia just taught me the right word for it, Imperial Staircase. Don’t you agree?
After reading so much about the new magnificent cruise ship, I can’t wait to go on a cruise myself. Only once in my life I was on a cruise in the Baltic Sea, sailing to Stockholm on a beautiful Silja Line Serenade ship. But now I want to experience a longer and more luxurious journey preferably in the Caribbean. Maybe even on the Regent Seven Seas Explorer, who knows :)
What about you? Do you like going on a cruise? Share your opinion in the comments below! I would love to hear your stories from the cruise.
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