Sumary of Cruises: Everything you need to know about Regent Seven Seas Splendor:
- Even the buffet – not self-service due to Covid protocols – is as far from the motorway service café style of much bigger and older ships as it’s possible to be.
- A Picasso print hangs in the master bedroom, the living room includes a glass box-style conservatory and when the ship is in port you have access to a complimentary car and driver.
- No wonder Regent Seven Seas President and CEO Jason Montague calls it “the most exclusive address at sea”.
- Dining“Every restaurant is a speciality restaurant in its own right,” says CEO Jason Montague and it’s true that steakhouse Prime 7, French restaurant Chartreuse and Pacific Rim with its Pan Asian offerings have an ambiance and quality that would demand a cover charge on other cruise lines.
- It’s open for breakfast and lunch and in the evening one half remains open as Sette Mari At La Veranda, serving Italian classics with copious glasses of red wine.
- The pool deck has plenty of loungers and massive circular sun beds where you can curl up with a book while waiters bring you cocktails or glasses of fizz.