Regent Seven Seas will be giving a multi-million dollar refit to Seven Seas Voyager later this month. She will undergo a 25 day drydock programme as part of a fleet wide $125m refurbishment investment.
Seven Seas Navigator has already enjoyed her refurbishment with Seven Seas Mariner scheduled to undergo her refit in April 2017.
Seven Seas Voyager then will embark on her post refit cruise on 9th November on a 23 night sailing from Barcelona to Dubai where President and Chief Executive Officer for Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Jason Montague will be hosting the annual Reunion Cruise.
Jason Montague expressed how delighted Regent Seven Seas were to be investing significantly on the ships and was looking forward to seeing Seven Seas Voyager post refit.
“This fleet-wide renovation brings a new level of elegance to the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet, strengthening our position as the undisputed leader in luxury cruising,. “Our continued fleet investment ensures our ships look better today than the day they were delivered from the shipyard. We are making certain that we not only have the most luxurious ship ever built with Seven Seas Explorer, but the most luxurious fleet at sea.”
Currently there are four ships in the Regent Seven Seas fleet, with their latest ship, Seven Seas Explorer joining the fleet earlier this year. They are committed to providing the highest level of service and luxury at sea.