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Regent reveals Grandeur's suites, new-look restaurants, lounge and inaugural routes

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Seven Seas Grandeur's new-look Observation Lounge
Regent Seven Seas Cruises unveiled the designs for Seven Seas Grandeur's 15 suite categories, restaurants Prime 7 and Chartreuse and a rejuvenated Observation Lounge.

The ship's inaugural season will start in November 2023 with 17 voyages in the Caribbean and Mediterranean at fares from $3,999 to $87,999 including shore excursions, business class air for intercontinental flights from the US and Canada, premium beverages, Wi-Fi, laundry, gratuities, transfers and, for those in Concierge-level suites and higher, pre-cruise hotel packages. Reservations will open this month, on Sept. 22.

The 750-passenger, 55,500gt ship is the sister of Seven Seas Splendor and Seven Seas Explorer.

'A canvas such as Seven Seas Grandeur is a designer’s dream,' said Yohandel Ruiz, founding partner, Studio DADO, which is designing all the interiors. 'The level of luxury needed requires us to consider and perfect every single detail that the discerning Regent guest will experience. Not only is the functionality of each individual space of the highest importance, whether it’s indulging in a gourmet meal or reclining on a plush mattress for a restorative sleep following a day of exploring, but the finest of materials must work in perfect harmony too, from textures to color tones. It’s a challenge to relish.'

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The 4,443-square-foot Regent Suite's living room

The Regent Suite

New for the top-of-the-line Regent Suite is a skylit, glass-enclosed parlor adorned with two chaise lounges allowing for afternoon daydreaming or nighttime stargazing.

The 4,443-square-foot suite, which overlooks the ship's bow, offers two spacious bedrooms, two and a half marble and stone-detailed bathrooms, a living room with personalized bar set-up and a dining room. A private in-suite spa comes with unlimited complimentary treatments, sauna, steam room, and jetted bathtub.

Master, Grand, Grandeur suites

At up to 2,108 square feet, the Master Suite offers two spacious bedrooms, two marble and stone-detailed bathrooms, and up to 994 square feet of balcony space. There are four Master Suites on board.

The Grand Suite has layers of warm tones and walnut accents in 1,836 square containing large bedroom and two bathrooms. There are eight Grand Suites.

The 16 Grandeur Suites have natural hues and rich textures in up to 918 square feet of space including a living room, bedroom and 1.5 bathrooms.

Seven Seas Suite

The four Seven Seas Suites, 814-square feet each, have a spacious bedroom, marble bathroom and living room, with 237 square feet of balcony space.

Seven Seas Grandeur’s Spacious Suites are comprised of the Penthouse Suite, Concierge Suite and Superior Suite with amenities such as luxurious bath soaps and lotions and personalized mini bar.

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Penthouse Suite with its separate seating area

Penthouse, Concierge, Superior suites

Cool teal accents among warmer tones create a refreshing feel in the 55 Penthouse Suites that measure up to 644 square feet each with balcony space of up to 194 square feet. They feature a seating area separate from the bedroom. Amenities that distinguish the Penthouse Suite from the other Spacious Suites include dedicated butler service, daily canapés and in-suite Windows tablet and Bose Bluetooth Speaker.

Concierge Suites measure up to 464 square feet with a custom-crafted Elite Slumber bed facing the large private balcony. A complimentary pre-cruise hotel package is included on all voyages.

Offering up to 464 square feet of space, the Superior Suites offer a walk-in closet and a marble bath.

Deluxe Veranda and Veranda suites

These entry-level suites measure up to 361 square feet, including 108-square-foot balcony. Aesthetics have been revitalized with soft pink hues and muted tones.

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Prime 7 steak house

Prime 7 and Chartreuse

Following the reimagined design of the Compass Rose main restaurant are two other dining spots for Seven Seas Grandeur.

The design of Prime 7 steak house and Chartreuse, the French restaurant, were inspired by turn of the century New York and 1925 Paris and the Art Deco movement, respectively.

Observation Lounge

The new-design Observation Lounge provides quiet alcove seating for sunset-watching and elegant space for cocktails under an organic art nouveau-inspired mesh crystal chandelier.

Inaugural sailings

Seven Seas Grandeur’s first sailing, Nov. 25, 2023, is a 14-night crossing from Barcelona to Miami visiting Cadiz (Seville), Funchal on the island of Madeira and Bermuda.

From Miami, the ship explores the western Caribbean on a seven-night cruise that includes a stop at Harvest Caye, Belize. The 16-nght holiday cruise to Los Angeles focuses on Central America and the Panama Canal, with calls at ports in Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala and Mexico. The reverse voyage on Jan. 8, 2024, takes the ship back to Miami. 

A 10-night voyage on Jan. 26 allows further exploration of the western Caribbean including Costa Maya, Cozumel and Roatán, plus Key West, among other destinations.

A 12-night eastern Caribbean voyage includes stops at Aruba, Curaçao and Bonaire, followed by two further eastern and two western Caribbean trips of seven to 10 nights round-trip Miami. After that, Seven Seas Grandeur sails to New York in 16 nights with stops at St. Lucia, San Juan and Charleston, South Carolina.

Back to the Mediterranean

The ship returns to Europe via a 14-night crossing from New York on April 24 via the Azores and Spain’s Valencia, Cartagena and, finally, Barcelona. The Mediterranean season begins with a pair of weeklong round-trips from Civitavecchia (Rome), one featuring the French Riviera with an overnight stay at Monte Carlo and the other visiting Sicily and Malta.

A 12-night cruise on May 8 explores France and Italy’s West Coast before sailing around 'the boot,' stopping at Montenegro and Croatia en route. Then, from May 20 until July 1, the Seven Seas Grandeur plies the eastern Mediterranean on a pair of 10-night and two 12-night cruises, the first departing from Venice and the remainder from Piraeus or Istanbul. Three voyages overnight at Istanbul and one provides a two-night stay in Jerusalem. All four visit the Greek Isles.

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