About Regent Seven Seas Cruises

These are the most all-inclusive cruises at sea, and those who like the one-price-covers-all concept will love that fares include alcohol, tips, round-trip airfare, a pre-cruise hotel night, and a selection of shore excursions in every port. Better yet, the atmosphere onboard isn’t stuffy: There are only formal nights on long itineraries, and even those are optional.

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Expert Review of Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Best For

Couples and singles who like comfort, but not pretention. Regent Seven Seas cruises are the most all-inclusive at sea, and those who like the one-price-covers-all concept will love that fares include alcohol and even shore excursions. 

Not For

Families with children or those who love the intimacy of small ships because, with high space-to-passenger ratios, these vessels feel even bigger than they are.

We Love

  • Not only is alcohol included on Regent Seven Seas, but so are tips, round-trip airfare, a pre-cruise hotel night, and a selection of shore excursions in every port. For guests staying in the concierge level or higher, Wifi is also included.
  • Web promotions include shipboard credits and unlimited Internet access.
  • Almost every cabin has a balcony on two of the three ships.
  • These ships’ medium size means you have anonymity, but also multiple entertainment venues and restaurants, large fitness facilities, and plenty of outdoor space. 
  • Regent Seven Seas itineraries include calls at less-visited ports, like those in Tahiti and South Africa.
  • You don’t have to dress up: There are only formal nights on long itineraries, and even those are optional.
  • Sette Mari, a casual Italian venue, serves antipasti followed by handmade pastas such as fontina ravioli and gnocchi in pesto.
  • Like on Silversea and Seabourn, you can order from the dining room menu in your cabin at any time. 

We Could Live Without

  • With the high space-to-passenger ratios and number of balconies, public spaces can feel like a party nobody showed up to.  
  • Unlike some smaller luxury ships (SeaDream’s and the older Seabourn and Silversea ships), RSSC’s ships are too large to dock up close to cities like Bangkok.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Cruiser Reviews

Cabin / Stateroom

4.6

Average Rating

Service and Staff

4.5

Average Rating

Ship Quality

4.3

Average Rating

Food and Dining

4.2

Average Rating

Destinations and Excursions

4.0

Average Rating

Onboard Activities

3.8

Average Rating

Entertainment

3.8

Average Rating

Children's Programs

3.6

Average Rating

Embarkation and Debarkation

4.3

Average Rating

What Cruisers Say

  • Chrissie1 says ...

    Our balcony stateroom was perfect. The bathtub was a real treat and whole place very roomy. Loved the walk incloset with the safe. Used this as a dressing room for privacy!!! Read Full Review
  • RobertT says ...

    THE STAFF IS OUTSTANDING! WONDERFUL TO SEE LORRAINE AGAIN & SHE RECOGNIZED US AT THE \"BLOCK PARTY!' EVERY STAFF MEMBER WAS JUST THE BEST! Read Full Review
  • StantonC says ...

    It was hard to realize that there was 700 passengers on board. There was never a crowd. This is a great size ship Read Full Review

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Ships

Seven Seas Explorer

4.4
(23 Reviews)

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Seven Seas Mariner

3.9
(56 Reviews)

Price: $$$$

Ship Size: S

Seven Seas Navigator

3.9
(45 Reviews)

Price: $$$$

Ship Size: S

Seven Seas Voyager

4.0
(57 Reviews)

Price: $$$$

Ship Size: S

Ship Size:

  • XL: 4,000 + passengers
  • L: 2,000 to 4,000 passengers
  • M: 500 to 2,000 passengers
  • S: Less than 500 passengers

Price:

  • $$$$: $1500 and up
  • $$$: Up to $1500
  • $$: Up to $1000
  • $: Up to $500

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