As part of the $125 million fleet refurbishment plan of Regent Seven Seas Cruises, its Seven Seas Voyager is scheduled for a luxury makeover in fall 2016. The ship will come out of drydock early November with upgraded suites and public spaces, inspired by the style of line's recent new-build, Seven Seas Explorer (which is onsidered "the world's most luxurious cruise ship" by Regent).
Highlights of the refurbishment include:
- Suites: Penthouse, Concierge and Deluxe Suites will be redesigned with Elite Slumber Beds, marble-accented bathrooms and sitting areas with new artwork.
- Restaurants: The ship's main dining room, Compass Room, will get new decor, featuring crystal chandeliers and leather chairs. La Veranda will get a structural change with a more open buffet area and a new cook-to-order grill station. The Pool Grill will welcome new seating areas and an infrared barbecue grill. Finally, Chartreuse -- a new-to-Regent modern French restaurant that debuted on Explorer -- will be added to Voyager, replacing Signatures, its current French venue.
- Public Spaces: The Deck 4 Voyager Lounge will get new decor -- including cascading chandeliers, crimson loveseats and a black-and-white marble bar -- reminiscent of a modern French cabaret. The reception area will also be redone. Other public areas included in the upgrades are the Coffee Connection, Connoisseur Lounge, card room, shops, casino and the Canyon Ranch SpaClub.
Seven Seas Voyager's makeover will be completed in time for its annual Reunion Cruise, hosted by Jason Montague, company president and CEO, on November 9, 2016, from Barcelona to Dubai. Seven Seas Mariner will get similar treatment to Voyager in April 2017; Seven Seas Navigator was previously upgraded as part of this refurbishment effort.