The Most Luxurious Vessel In The World Sails Into Asia-Pacific For Its Maiden Season
The Seven Seas Explorer, the most luxurious vessel to be ever built, reaches Singapore on 12 December before sailing through Australia, Asia, and New Zealand. Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ path-breaking ship will embark on itineraries across the region, beginning with the inaugural sailing to Sydney from Singapore, arriving in Sydney Harbor on 29 December.
The maiden voyages offer discerning travelers an option to rediscover some awe-inspiring destinations in their backyard, to Sydney from Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh to Wellington, and so on. Offering unparalleled luxury, the cruise experience will offer itineraries into 2023 and beyond.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises is, until now, the only cruise line that offers passengers all-inclusive and unlimited shore excursions in all ports, including unlimited beverages, fine spirits and wines, specialty restaurant dining, an in-suite liquor, and a mini-bar that is replenished daily, pre-paid gratuities with valet laundry service, and Wi-Fi. Those opting for a Concierge Suite or above can enjoy complimentary, pre-cruise, one-night hotel packages and a comfortable hotel-to-ship transfer.
The Finer Things in Life
Seven Seas Explorer is expected to deliver the ultimate experience while guests are at sea, starting from the next-gen upscale finishes and fittings, including a US$7 million art collection, 473 chandeliers, and over 4,262 square meters of marble. Meticulous artistry and craftsmanship with the finest leisure and entertainment options offer an unparalleled experience that impresses every turn, from exceptional services to bespoke personalized touches throughout.
Onboard amenities reportedly range from a relaxing pool and sports deck with a golf net, putting paddle tennis court, and bocce court, to the Serene Spa and Wellness™ centre and Culinary Arts Kitchen, where passengers can choose to avail cooking master classes from well-known international chefs and specialists. The opulent flagship onboard restaurant named the Compass Rose is, until now, the largest restaurant at sea. At the same time, the Serene Spa and Wellness centre promises to deliver rest for those who desire respite.
Foodies get to sample delicacies from all over the world, choosing from French cuisine at Chartreuse, inventive Asian at Pacific Rim, a steakhouse meal at Prime 7, or intimate and casual Italian dining at the Sette Mari.
For evening entertainment, there is never a dull moment with lounges for enjoying cocktails, the Constellation Theater taking care of the nightly musical revues and so on. As for accommodation onboard, 366 huge, spacious suites make way for a good night’s sleep with lovely linens, oversized bathrooms, and high-end amenities.
Those seeking a chance to board the Seven Seas Explorer can select from about 20 destination-rich itineraries between October 2023 and April 2024, which are available for booking now.
Reference: traveldailymedia, Flipboard
“The Most Luxurious Vessel In The World” ?
Very subjective headline that does not hold up to scrutiny.
Not even true of a public cruise ship vessel, not to even begin an argument versus a number of private yachts.
“Subjectivity, the ultimate luxury.”