Review of Seven Seas Explorer deck 10 (Bridge-Cabins-Restaurants)
The fore-located Navigation Bridge (Wheelhouse) and the adjacent Captain's Suite and officers' quarters are inaccessible to passengers.
Prime 7 (aft-starboard location) is a reservations-only dinner restaurant with classic American Steakhouse menu and luxury comfortable seating (leather chairs, rich fabrics, draperies).
Chartreuse (aft portside location) is the Regent cruise line's new specialty restaurant with gourmet French cuisine, also serving specialty cocktails with the famous Chartreuse liqueur. The restaurant has a classic menu and offers one of the most exquisite gourmet dining experiences at sea. The list of features includes floor-ceiling windows, mosaic tiled floor, contemporary chairs, 2-seat tables, white leather banquets (for larger groups), bar area with leather stools and granite-topped round tables, wine display with premium French wines from the most famous vineyards in France (Champagne, Bordeaux, Burgundy), Eiffel Tower-themed iron sculpture, art-nouveau decor. The restaurant's back portion resembles a classy dining room and an alfresco dining garden. This portion is separated from the main area by a metal lattice, and also features marble flooring and a crystal chandelier. The Chartreuse restaurant's design is by ICRAVE.
"The Study" (aft-midship location) is a VIP dining room (capacity 18 seats, dinner-only) reserved for passengers booked in the ship's most expensive suites.
Cruise cabins from 1000 to 1033, of which Penthouse Suites (categories A and B), Concierge Suites (categories D and F1), Seven Seas Suites (categories SS1 and SS2) and 2x Explorer Suites (category ES).