We’re Sailing With Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Why We’re Sailing With Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Carol and I have been on a quest to experience the world’s great ocean and river cruise lines.
In the ocean cruise segment, we’ve so far sailed with Crystal Cruises, Viking Ocean Cruises, Azamara Club Cruises, Windstar Cruises, Silversea Cruises, and one of those monster ships that we didn’t care for and won’t bother to tell you about.
Note: click the links above to see our reviews.
While we’ve still got quite a number of wonderful options to explore, next up on our list is Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
Come sail Regent Seven Seas Cruises with us. Look below!
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has an interesting value proposition because is nearly impossible to spend a penny on their ships as nearly anything you can think of spending on a cruise is included in your fare.
- 2-for-1 All-Inclusive Fares
- Early Booking Savings
- FREE Roundtrip Air*
- FREE Roundtrip Business Class Air* on European Voyages
- FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions
- FREE Luxury Hotel Package in Concierge Suites and Higher
- FREE Specialty Restaurants
- FREE Unlimited Beverages Including Fine Wines and Premium Spirits
- FREE Open Bars and Lounges PLUS
- In-Suite Mini-bar Replenished Daily
- FREE Pre-Paid Gratuities
- FREE WiFi Throughout the Ship*
- FREE Transfers Between Airport and Ship
- FREE 24-Hour Room Service
- With an enviable staff-to-guest ratio of 1 to 1.5, our mid-sized ships have maximum capacity for only 490 or 700 guests, resulting in stellar service, no lines and no waiting
- All-suite accommodations, 97% with private balconies
- Up to four gourmet restaurants, including the iconic steakhouse Prime 7, our authentic Italian evening restaurant Sette Mari at La Veranda, haute French cuisine at Signatures and classic Continental dining at Compass Rose, plus casual indoor and outdoor dining at La Veranda and the al fresco Pool Grill
- World-famous Canyon Ranch SpaClub®
- An enriching onboard experience brought to life through The Smithsonian Collection by Smithsonian Journeys – an engaging enrichment program, spectacular Broadway-style shows, virtuoso performances, culinary demonstrations and wine tastings and Canyon Ranch SpaClub® wellness programs
- Wireless internet access available throughout the ship
- Elegant Casual Dress Code
- The comfort of smoke-free environments throughout almost the entirety of our ships
- Enticing voyages to more than 250 ports around the world, with easy access to intimate ports that larger vessels cannot reach
Price Comparison: Regent Seven Seas vs Premium Cruise Lines
One of the mistakes ocean cruisers often make when comparing ocean cruise prices is to simply look at the price. But, if you do that with Regent Seven Seas, you’re making a serious miscalculation.
Take a look at the price comparison below between Regent Seven Seas Cruises and an averaged price of a premium cruise in Alaska.
The first thing to notice is that you will be sailing with far fewer people on a far smaller ship. Plus, you will also enjoy a much higher staff to guest ratio.
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So, when you make an apples-to-apples comparison, as you can see, you’re only spending roughly $500/person to move from a floating city (4-star experience) to a small-ship luxury cruise line (5-star experience).
For my money, and the substantial experiential difference, that is money well spent!
For our first Regent Seven Seas Cruises experience, Carol and I have selected the 11-day Season of the Brown Bear Cruise in Alaska embarking on 8/22/18.
This will be our 4th Alaska cruise and we’re happy to keep going back to Alaska because:
- it’s close to home
- it is stunningly beautiful
- Alaska and cold-weather destinations are hot right now (see this article)
- and on this trip, I hope to get a Brown Bear in front of my camera lens.
Convinced yet? If so, come join us. CLICK HERE to see a flyer on our journey.
We’ve got special perks for our group like a $700 shipboard credit, and as this is also a Virtuoso Voyages sailing, we’ll be hosting and also bringing you the following perks:
- An exclusive luxury train car on the White Pass Rail & Yukon Route in Skagway, Alaska. Carol and I have done this journey and it is fabulous!
- A private reception aboard ship for Virtuoso Voyages travelers.
Sounds fun. Right?
To learn more, or to book this or any Regent Seven Seas cruise, call Roaming Boomers Travel Services at (480) 550-1235 or use our convenient online information request (click here) and we will reach out to you.
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