Summer cruising on the most luxurious ship in the world

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Take a cruise on the world’s most luxurious ship, the Seven Seas Explorer, which launches in July! Baroque Travel has all the details


The magnificent Seven Seas Explorer, the fourth and largest in the Regent Seven Seas fleet, sets sail on its maiden journey on 20 July from Monte Carlo, offering guests a new standard of luxury, sophistication and elegance. Travel to some of the most exquisite locations staying in spacious designer suites, unmatched entertainment and pampering as well as delightful gourmet dining.

The inaugural season of the Seven Seas Explorer journeys around the magnificent Mediterranean. The ship is set to offer a new standard of cruising luxury, an experience that is more than just a vacation, it’s a whole new lifestyle, complete with every possible luxury.

The newly built cruise liner, which offers every luxury to up to 750 guests served by a fleet of 542, will feature the largest and most luxurious suites ever built, spacious suites all with private balconies

On the Seven Seas Explorer, all accommodation is in suites which all feature private balconies. The most luxurious suite on board is the Regent Suite, which, at 3,875 square feet in size, is larger than an average American home. It features its own spa and sauna as well as unlimited treatments at the liner’s stunning Canyon Ranch Spa Club. The cost of staying in this super-luxe suite is $4,655 (£3,057) per person per night, or around $64,600 or £42,799 for the 14-day launch journey.

The cruise liner offers a wide selection of gourmet restaurants, a two-level luxe spa with infinity pool, and there’s even a Culinary Arts Kitchen offering hands-on cooking workshops.

Guests sailing the Seven Seas will enjoy everything imaginable, including flights to and from their home, wine, beer and spirits throughout the trip, sightseeing excursions, and much more.

This magnificent ship, which was built at the Fincantieri shipyard in Genoa, Italy, will be christened on 13 July in Monaco by Princess Caroline of Monaco.


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