RSSC revealed the new ship would have 13 decks and 375 staterooms (15 cabin categories/all suites), such as the overhauled Regent Suites, Distinctive Suites, Spacious Suites, Deluxe Veranda, and Veranda Suites.
Seven Seas Grandeur is expected to host 750 passengers, providing vacationers among the highest space ratios and staff-to-passenger ratios in the cruise industry. The ship will also offer unlimited complimentary shore trips, round-trip business-class air on intercontinental flights from the USA, premium beverages, gourmet cuisine, unlimited internet access, entertainment, pre-paid gratuities, and more.
Regent also announced new designs for restaurants Chartreuse and Prime 7, the reimagined design of Compass Rose, as well as a rejuvenated Observation Lounge that provides quiet alcove seating while watching an ocean sunset.
Regent officials revealed the inaugural season of Seven Seas Grandeur will commence in November 2023, sailing 17 cruises in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean, plus 2 transatlantic crossings, ranging from 7 to-16 nights.
Reservations for the inaugural season of Reget's Seven Seas Grandeur go on sale on September 22, with prices starting at US$4,000 and ranging up to US$88,000 per passenger.