Seven Seas Voyager emerges from drydock with dramatic, stylish new interiors

Entrance Foyer (photo courtesy of Regent Seven Seas Cruises)

Entrance Foyer
(photo courtesy of Regent Seven Seas Cruises)

Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced today that Seven Seas Voyager has emerged from her scheduled dry-dock with a dramatic, breathtaking  new interior decor and refreshed exterior decks. The all-balcony, all-suite 700-guest capacity vessel unveiled her new look on October 23 when she set sail on a 10-night cruise from Rome to Venice. 

Radiating a new sense of warmth, the ship’s public spaces are resplendent with elegant new furnishings, rich upholstery, custom-milled carpeting and hand-selected accents. From the bold yet soothing tones of the Observation Lounge, to the inviting sophistication of Horizons, every area exudes a sense of style and elegance. The refurbishment was over-seen by Frank J. Del Rio, the line’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, who flew to Marseille, France for a final inspection before Seven Seas Voyager set sail.

“Regent Seven Seas Cruises has always set the benchmark for luxury cruises and the Seven Seas Voyager just raised the bar considerably. The ship is nothing short of breathtaking,” said Kunal S. Kamlani, president of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “Seven Seas Voyager is ushering in a new era of design sophistication for the line and is now undoubtedly the most beautiful ship afloat,” he added.

As part of the ship’s refurbishment all Penthouse Suites received stunning new décor with custom-crafted elegant furnishings, plush carpeting, curtains, wall coverings, furniture, lighting, original artwork and outdoor furniture.

On deck lounge area (photo courtesy of Regent Seven Seas Cruises)

On deck lounge area
(photo courtesy of Regent Seven Seas Cruises)

Horizons, the ship’s nightclub and bar, and the Observation Lounge each underwent a complete, radical transformation. The venues now sport distinctive new bars, chic new furnishings, tony carpeting, lustrous wall coverings, and new lighting throughout.

The Constellation Theater, the ship’s two-deck high, state-of-the-art show theatre was rejuvenated  with new carpeting, all new upholstery, wall coverings, cocktail tables, wall sconces, banquettes and chairs.

Of course, the ship’s exterior decks received just as much as attention as the interiors. New teak was installed on the balconies of all 350 suites and teak decks in common areas were re-surfaced and re-finished to brand-new condition. The Pool Deck, as well as the ship’s outdoor relaxation areas on Decks 5, 11 and 12, now feature brand new resort furniture and stylish accents. The Pool Grill and La Veranda also received eye-catching upgrades with new mosaic tiling, new wall coverings and awnings.

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