Soy started with Seven Seas Cruise Line in 1990, which merged with Radisson Diamond Cruises to become Radisson Seven Seas Cruises then, in 2007, Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
He initiated the company's first business development manager team, launched the top producer program and expanded resources for national and key accounts.
As EVP he has been responsible for leading the North American sales strategy, overseeing business development and managing the field and internal sales teams, as well as national and key accounts.
Instrumental in building the brand
'I cannot overstate the contribution that Randall has made to not only Regent Seven Seas Cruises, but to the cruise industry overall. He has been instrumental in building the brand, developing an exceptional team and delivering first-class results,' Regent President and CEO Jason Montague said. 'Randall will be hugely missed by his Regent family. We thank him for an amazing 30 years of service and dedication and wish him luck as he embarks on his next chapter.'
Proud to play a role in Regent's growth and success
For his part, Soy expressed pride in playing a role in Regent's growth and success. He thanked the travel partner community and his 'Regent family for the support, trust and friendship they have shown me over the years, and I look forward to following the next step in the journey of this incredibly unique and special brand.'
Regent’s North American sales team will report into Shawn Tubman, SVP sales.