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Regent Seven Seas Cruises Ships

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Seven Seas Mariner
Seven Seas Navigator
Seven Seas Voyager

The ships of Regent Seven Seas Cruises offer voyages of exploration and discovery to over 300 ports on six continents, including Antarctica.  Our luxury vessels are designed for guests numbering in the hundreds rather than the thousands.  The ambiance on board is personal, individual, accommodating - "upscale but not uptight."  And all ships share certain distinctions in accommodations, service, dining and amenities that elevate them to the lofty vantage point of our enviable six stars.

With the 2003 debut of the new all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Voyager, Regent Seven Seas Cruises' fleet of six-star ships is growing in capacity and options.

The world's first all-suite, all-balcony ship, the 700-guest Seven Seas Mariner was launched in March 2001. The 50,000-ton vessel accommodates her guests in oceanview suites from 301 to 2,002 sq. ft. with private balconies. She boasts the first Le Cordon Bleu®  restaurant at sea; four single, open-seating dining venues and Mermaid* pod propulsion systems for virtually vibration-free cruising.

Her sister ship, the Seven Seas Voyager, which debuted in 2003, features the largest "lead-in" suites at sea: 356-square feet including balcony. Her four dining venues include Signatures, the world's second Le Cordon Bleu restaurant, and the unique "Latitudes" designed to celebrate the "American Palate."

The 33,000-ton, all-suite, 490-guest Seven Seas Navigator debuted in 1999 and features all ocean-view suites (90 percent with private balconies), plus fine dining options and generous space-per-guest ratios.

The 19,200-ton Paul Gauguin entered service in Tahiti and French Polynesia in 1998, the most deluxe cruise ship ever to be based there year-round. Along with all ocean-view staterooms, 50% with private balconies, the ship has a casual dress code suitable to the destination, cuisine inspired by a two-star Michelin French chef, complimentary watersports and her own retractable marina.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises is recognized as one of the world's premier luxury lines with features such as 6-star, all-suite, all-balcony ships, Le Cordon Bleu menus and superior space and service ratios.  However, even more compelling than the quality of our ships is the adventurous spirit of RSSC - the imaginative itineraries, unique shore excursions and land tours, and the other innovative services we offer discriminating guests.  RSSC's new Travel Concierge, features personalized services and programs that enable you to travel at your own pace and explore those things which interest you the most.  You can visit the Taj Mahal by private jet, for example, go on an eco-adventure to the Panatanal in South America or even have us custom-design your own tour.  From unique, pre-bookable adventures ashore to exclusive pre- and post-cruise land programs, the world is quite literally in the palm of your hand when you travel with RSSC.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises, with headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is part of Carlson Hospitality Worldwide of Carlson Companies, Inc., one of America's largest privately-owned corporations.

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