The Regent Seven Seas Explorer is soon set to launch and you can watch it all happen live right here on www.CRUISE.co.uk!
The Seven Seas Explorer is promised to be the most luxurious ship ever built, and you can be there to watch her christened from the comfort of your very own home.
Tune in at 8pm on Wednesday 13th of July to see Princess Charlene of Monaco in Monte Carlo give her the royal send-off below!
The Explorer will be a completely inclusive ship with only 750 passengers on-board. Some of the awe inspiring things on-board include: suites that have their own private spa, and verandas that stretch up to 1000 feet!
There will be even more mouth-watering dining options on board with: a Culinary Arts Kitchen where guests can learn to cook at 18 individual cooking stations, a new French speciality restaurant called Chartreuse and a brand new entertainment venue called the Meridian Lounge.
The theatre on-board will be two-tiered to hold 694 people and other restaurants include: the signature steakhouse Prime 7 and a pan Asian restaurant. The whole ship cost a whopping $450 million to build, which makes it the most expensive cruise ship ever for its size!
Suites on-board will have access to the Canyon Ranch Spa which has a selection of treatments developed exclusively to Regent. The most expensive suite on-board will have a generous 3,875 feet of space! Wouldn’t we all dream of sailing in a suite bigger than some houses…
Once sailing, the ship is set to take itineraries around the Mediterranean before moving to the Caribbean in December, and is promised to redefine luxury travel.
Press play below on the video at 8pm on Wednesday 13th of July, and you can watch the ship being christened wherever you are.
You’ll be able to see all the events and may even be able to catch a performance from Andrea Bocelli who will also be at the affair! Don’t miss out!
Will you be tuning in to see the launch of this new ship? Have you ever sailed with Regent before? Would you like to? Let us know in the comments below…// END - About the Author ?>