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T+L’s Take: Regent Seven Seas Cruises' Brand New Ship
Regent Explorer Review
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T+L’s Take: Regent Seven Seas Cruises' Brand New Ship

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The $450 million Regent Seven Seas Explorer is said to be the most sumptuous ship ever built.

The Staterooms

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Spacious, elegant, and well laid-out, the cabins, which all have balconies, are billed as suites, and range in size from a 307-square-foot Veranda Suite to the 4,443 square-foot two-bedroom Regent Suite. Some of our favorite touches: leather-paneled headboards, which add warmth to the room; bedside reading lights; marble bathrooms with in-laid stone; and drawers, drawers, drawers. Clearly, the designers had couples in mind, as there’s space enough for two people to unpack and store everything from evening bags to bathing suits.

Regent Explorer Review

T+L’s Take: Regent Seven Seas Cruises' Brand New Ship

The Staterooms

Spacious, elegant, and well laid-out, the cabins, which all have balconies, are billed as suites, and range in size from a 307-square-foot Veranda Suite to the 4,443 square-foot two-bedroom Regent Suite. Some of our favorite touches: leather-paneled headboards, which add warmth to the room; bedside reading lights; marble bathrooms with in-laid stone; and drawers, drawers, drawers. Clearly, the designers had couples in mind, as there’s space enough for two people to unpack and store everything from evening bags to bathing suits.

Courtesy of Regent
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