Seven Seas Explorer Christened In Monaco

Luxury cruise line Regent Seven Seas Cruises has welcomed the newest addition to its fleet, the 750-guest Seven Seas Explorer, which was christened at a gala ceremony in Monte Carlo.

 

In the presence of invited guests, members of the media and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings executives, Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco delivered the traditional maritime blessing before cutting a red velvet ribbon to send a Primat bottle of Veuve Clicquot champagne smashing against the ship’s hull. Guests were then treated to a spectacular 40-minute private performance from musical maestro Andrea Bocelli amidst the glamourous and luxurious backdrop of the Principality.

 

Constructed in Italy, Seven Seas Explorer is one of the most luxurious cruise ships ever built and features one of the highest space ratios and industry-leading levels of personalized service. The all-suite, all-balcony vessel boasts opulent and spacious suites, including the 418-square meter Regent Suite. 5 gourmet restaurants deliver some of the finest cuisines at sea, while extravagantly designed lounges and theaters offer elegant spaces to relax, unwind or take in the array of onboard entertainment.

 

Following her christening, the ship will sail her maiden voyage on 20 July 2016, a 14-night cruise from Monte Carlo to Venice visiting St. Tropez, Sanary Sur Mer, Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza, Barcelona, Taormina, Valetta, Kotor, Split and Koper enroute. She will spend her inaugural season in the Mediterranean, before crossing the Atlantic Ocean to Miami for a series of Caribbean voyages.

 

Seven Seas Explorer represents Regent Seven Seas Cruises push to be the leader in the luxury cruise segment. The line will add a sister ship in 2020 and has committed to a USD 125 million fleet wide refurbishment programme to update the luxury standard of the Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Navigator and Seven Seas Voyager.

 

For more information, visit www.rssc.com.

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