It has just been revealed that the final phase of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ $125 million refurbishment programme has been completed.
Seven Seas Mariner’s bow-to-stern has just undergone an upgrade after the ship went into drydock for 20 days at Chantier Naval de Marseille, in Marseille, France.
The vessel is repositioning to the Pacific Northwest to take travellers on fifteen 7-, 10- and 11-night Alaska itineraries, which will alternate departures from Vancouver and Seward.
The 700-passenger capacity emerged from its drydock with new culinary options, suites and renewed interior spaces whilst all the Seven Seas Mariner’s restaurants have received a re-design, enhancing the space’s art and décor.
Flagship restaurant Compass Rose has now had crystal chandeliers and celestial blue furnishings installed whilst the library has been remodelled, relocated and crowned with a glistening copper-adorned chandelier..
Chartreuse Restaurant, which has replaced Signatures on board Seven Seas Mariner, has new furnishings, china, flooring and décor, plus a new modern French cuisine menu.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises’s president and chief executive, Jason Montague, said: “With the culmination of our fleet-wide refurbishment programme, and with the construction of Seven Seas Splendor underway, we are perfecting luxury and indeed have the most luxurious fleet at sea.”
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