New Regent Seven Seas ship floats out

New Regent Seven Seas ship floats out

Friday, 03 Feb, 2023 0

Regent Seven Seas recently welcomed the floating out of new cruise ship Seven Seas Grandeur.

Regent’s sixth ship will set sail in November 2023, cruising in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean.

This includes two transatlantic crossings.

Itineraries range from seven to 16 nights in length.

The inaugural voyage collection includes a new maiden sailing in the Adriatic and Western Mediterranean from Venice to Barcelona.

Now afloat at Fincantieri’s shipyard, final-stage construction is underway.

“The incredible reception for Seven Seas Grandeur is a testament to the strong demand for luxury cruising,” said President Andrea DeMarco,

Seven Seas Grandeur accommodates 746 guests.

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Learn more about :   Regent Seven Seas Cruises ( United Kingdom )  


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