Expert Review of Regent Seven Seas Cruises
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.
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.
- 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.