Hong Kong to Vancouver Cruise
|2||Cruise South China Sea|
|3||Hanoi (Ha Long Bay)|
|6||Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)|
|7||Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)|
|8||Cruise South China Sea|
|11||Cruise South China Sea|
|12||Cruise South China Sea|
|14||Cruise South China Sea|
|16||Ishigaki (Sakishima Islands)|
|17||Cruise East China Sea|
|20||Cruise Yellow Sea|
|23||Cruise Yellow Sea|
|25||Cruise East China Sea|
|28||Cruise Pacific Ocean|
|35||Cruise East China Sea|
|38||Cruise East China Sea|
|42||Cruise Pacific Ocean|
|47||Cruise Pacific Ocean|
|48||Cruise Pacific Ocean|
|50||Cross International Dateline|
|51||Cruise Pacific Ocean|
|53||Cruise Pacific Ocean|
|56||Cruise Hubbard Glacier|
|61||Cruise the inside passage|
|Seven Seas Explorer|
As Seen On TV: Seven Seas Explorer
Claimed to be the “Most Luxurious Ship Ever Built”, Seven Seas Explorer joined the Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ fleet in 2016. The star of a recent Channel 5 television programme, Seven Seas Explorer promises an ultra-luxury, all-inclusive experience in many of the world’s best destinations, including Europe, the Caribbean, Alaska and Asia.
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Seven Seas Explorer Suites
An all-suite cruise ship, Seven Seas Explorer offers capacity for no more than 750 guests. In total, there are ten categories of suite to choose from:
(Exact measurements may differ depending on the suite’s position on the ship).
All of the suites onboard Seven Seas Explorer feature a range of luxurious features, which include a private balcony, a private marble/stone detail bathroom with a glass-enclosed shower, a built-in closet, a mini-bar, seating area and a personal safe. The larger suites also benefit from a separate bedroom and in the case of the spacious Regent Suite, two private balconies.
Seven Seas Explorer Restaurants & Dining
Famed for their approach of providing guests with a range of complimentary dining experiences, those on Seven Seas Explorer are guaranteed to satisfy even the most discerning food enthusiast.
On Deck 4, you will find Compass Rose, which is the ship’s main dining room. Open for breakfast and dinner, Compass Rose serves up delightful international cuisine and offers an ever-changing evening menu which is enhanced courtesy of ‘chef’s specials’ each evening.
There are three specialty restaurants on Seven Seas Explorer. Prime 7 is the ship’s ‘steakhouse’ and offers a choice of delicious meat and fish dishes. Chartreuse specialises in French fine dining, and Pacific Rim is a celebration of Asian cuisine, with favourites including Korean BBQ lamb, Dim Sum and Miso Black Cod.
In terms of more informal dining options, La Veranda is perfect for a spot of al fresco lunch when the sun is shining (La Veranda becomes the Italian restaurant ‘Sette Mari’ during the evening), while the Pool Grill serves up American classics such as burgers, hot dogs and pizza throughout the day.
Room service is also available should you wish to dine in your suite at any point during your cruise.
Seven Seas Explorer Facilities
For those times when you’re not exploring ashore or indulging in one of the many excellent dining options, Seven Seas Explorer offers a range of top-class facilities. In terms of bars and lounges, the Observation Lounge is perfect for a pre or post-dinner drink, while the Constellation Theatre is a fantastic entertainment venue where you can enjoy cabaret shows and musical performances nearly every night.
For the ultimate in relaxation, head to the Canyon Ranch Spa and book one of the many treatments on offer - follow this up with some time in the dip pool, and you really will be in heaven!
Other facilities on Seven Seas Explorer include:
For further information regarding Seven Seas Explorer, or to receive a quote for a future sailing, please contact our Voyage Consultants on 0800 008 6677 or make an online enquiry for one of the cruises below.
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