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Regent Explorer

Regent Explorer

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Decks: 13
Cabins: 377
Capacity: 750
Weight: 56,000grt
Length: 224m
Width: 31m
Speed: 19.5kn

Itineraries

10 & 20 nights – round-trip Miami to Miami

10 nights – round-trip Miami to Miami – Paraiso Eterno

14 nights – one-way from Miami to Barcelona
(March 2018)

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Description

Explore the seven oceans with the most expensive and most luxurious cruise ship ever built with an estimated cost of USD 450 million. Explorer the 56,000-ton, 750-passenger cruise ship is the finest cruise vessel sailing the deep blue waters with departures from ports in Italy, Spain, Monaco, Portugal, Greece and Turkey.  Regent Seven Seas Explorer is the ‘All Suite, All Balcony’ ship offering one-way sailings to glamorous locales of Italy around Adriatic Sea to French Rivera and Holy destinations of Turkey, Cyprus, Israel and Egypt.

The medium-size luxury passenger ship, Explorer offers some of the world’s best, all-inclusive luxury cruise deals with 100 per cent private balcony suites. The largest among them is Regent Suites (4,443 sq.ft) which accommodates up to six guests and is equipped with two spacious bedrooms and private balconies each, a heated mini-pool spa, a hot-tub, private in-suite spa with sauna, steam room & jacuzzi and host of other exciting features to give you a suave sailing experience.

Other all-inclusive suites categories in this 13-deck beauty include Master Suite, Grand Suite, Explorer Suite, Seven Seas Suite, Penthouse Suite, Concierge Suite, Superior Suite, Deluxe Veranda and Veranda Suite.

The cruise ship gives our guests a nautical fiesta with its nine exquisite dining restaurants, a culinary arts kitchen to enhance your culinary skills and Gourmet Explorer Tours, wherein the guests enjoy culinary culture of the world.

Casino, Connoisseur Club, Constellation Theatre, Infinity Pool among others are few more options to keep guests entertaining as they sail board the Regent Seven Seas Explorer.

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