Regent Seven Seas Explorer to Debut Lavish New Spa Concept
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Regent Seven Seas Explorer to Debut Lavish New Spa Concept

Regent Seven Seas
Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Launching in the summer of 2016, Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ 750-passenger Seven Seas Explorer will be one of the most luxurious ships at sea. In keeping with the travel industry’s renewed focus on wellness and spa, the ship will house a state-of-the-art, eight-treatment room Canyon Ranch SpaClub, complete with a teak-deck terrace and infinity-edge plunge pool overlooking the ocean. Inside the spa itself, there will be a thermal suite for hot-cold experiences (saunas, plunge pools) as well as a shower room with therapeutic lighting.

But what we’re really excited about are the treatments: the massage, facials, and scrubs will incorporate Red Flower amenities and will be tailored and focused around varying destinations.

For example, the Red Flower North Atlantic Journey is an 80-minute exfoliating ritual that uses organic sea salts harvested from the Atlantic, enriched with sea algae, and perfumed with Icelandic moonflower.

Regent Seven Seas
Regent Seven Seas Cruises

The Red Flower Japan treatment is a 100-minute, six-part massage therapy that kicks off with a ginger grass and bamboo scrub, and continues with a rice bran wrap and acupressure facial. And if that doesn’t sound decadent enough—the whole experience ends with mineral soak and shiatsu-inspired massage.

All of these treatments will be premiering exclusively on the Seven Seas Explorer.

Jacqueline Gifford is a senior editor at T+L. Follow her on Twitter at @jacquigiff.

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