When Seven Seas Explorer® set sail on her extraordinary inaugural voyage from Monte Carlo to Venice for 14 spectacular nights, guests were relishing the opulence and extravagance aboard our ship. From unwinding on the $150,000 Savoir No. 1 bed in the Regent Suite to dining on specially designed Versace plates, here’s why Seven Seas Explorer exudes luxury.
552 . . .the number of crew members catering to the needs of only 750-guests on Seven Seas Explorer. With an exceptionally low 1.36 guest-to-crew ratio, guests will receive an exceptionally high level of personalize service during their cruise vacation.
158. . .the number of large, exquisitely designed crystal chandeliers found throughout the various restaurants, lounges and other public spaces on Seven Seas Explorer. Couple that with the 97 crystal chandeliers found inside the larger suites and another 218 in the corridors, it’s clear the lighting onboard is also the most luxurious at sea.
45,876-square feet . . .that’s the amount of marble found throughout the ship, with more than half of it being Carrera marble from Italy. The marble is used throughout the ship, including the marble- and stone-detailed bathrooms in each of Seven Seas Explorer’s 375 guest suites. That’s nearly an acre of marble, or the size of a typical American football field.
51,909-square feet. . .the total amount of balcony space found on the all-balcony Seven Seas Explorer. This equates to an average of 138-square feet per suite, the largest in the cruise industry.
$150,000 . . .the amount spent to set-up the luxurious Savoir No. 1 bed found in the Master Bedroom of the Regent Suite. The mattress alone retails for $90,000.
4,443–square feet . . .the size of the ship’s largest and most opulent accommodation, the Regent Suite. It features two elegant bedrooms; a sprawling living room with a custom-made Steinway Arabesque piano designed by Dakota Jackson; a private spa retreat with personal sauna, steam room and treatment area; and am exclusive vista garden with floor-to-ceiling views of the ocean.
Unlimited . . .the number of complimentary spa treatments guests who book the Regent Suite will receive in the comfort of their own personal in-suite spa retreat.
400. . .the number of specially designed Versace place settings found at the Compass Rose restaurant. The line’s signature dining room, Compass Rose offers an eclectic array of European-inspired Continental cuisine in an elegant, upscale restaurant setting.
2,148 . . .bottles of champagne ordered for Seven Seas Explorer’s maiden voyage. That goes along with the 5,712 bottles of red and white wine that are ready to be enjoyed. With Regent Seven Seas Cruises, alcoholic beverages like beer, wine, champagne and premium spirits are complimentary.
2,000lbs. . . . the amount of lobster guests enjoy at the gourmet restaurants on Seven Seas Explorer during a typical 14-night cruise. Lobster dishes can be found in all three specialty restaurants, the open-seating Compass Rose and at the more casual eatery, La Veranda.
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