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  • Writer's pictureJason Leppert

Regent Seven Seas Voyager Scheduled for Refurbishment

Regent Seven Seas Cruises is set to refurbish the luxurious 700-passenger Seven Seas Voyager come October during the cruise ship’s dry-dock in Marseille, France. Untold millions of dollars will be spent to rejuvenate the vessel’s Penthouse Suites, Horizon and Observation lounges, Constellation Theater, atrium, ship-wide interiors and outdoor deck spaces. Her new look will be revealed on October 23rd during her 10-night Lands of Myths, Seas of Fables itinerary sailing from Rome to Venice.

“In keeping with our on-going commitment to deliver the most all-inclusive luxury travel experience, we are making improvements to Seven Seas Voyager that will enhance our guests’ overall experience,” said Kunal S. Kamlani, president of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “Within the past five years, we have made significant investments in a comprehensive refurbishment program that has updated our fleet of elegant, stylish and sophisticated ships that are designed with the comfort of our discerning guests in mind.”

Specifically, the Penthouse Suites will be redecorated with new decor, furnishings, carpeting, curtains, wall coverings, indoor and outdoor furniture, lighting and artwork, while all suite balconies will be outfitted with newly installed teak decking – itself a rarity these days.

Similarly, the Horizon and Observation lounges will receive new bars, furniture, carpeting, wall coverings, lighting and art, and the Constellation Theater will don new carpeting, wall coverings, tables, wall sconces, banquettes and chairs.

The atrium also will see marble details and new furniture. Plus, all interior spaces will be getting new carpeting and artwork while outdoor deck areas will sport new resort-style furniture and decor.

It will all be onboard October 23, 2013. In the meantime, you can check out our Video Tour of the Seven Seas Navigator by clicking right here. Also, for more information on the Seven Seas Voyager, visit the Regent Seven Seas Cruises website here.

What do you think about these new ship updates? Please feel free to share your opinion in the comments section below…




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