Regent unveils interior details of Seven Seas Splendor

The grand staircase will be opposite the main entrance to the Compass Rose restaurant.Regent Seven Seas Cruises unveiled some interior details and renderings for the Seven Seas Splendor, the follow-on to 2016’s Seven Seas Explorer.

The ship, due in 2020, will be much the same as the Explorer, but a few details have changed.

Regent said that it has relocated the grand staircase on the Splendor so that it is opposite the entrance to the main dining room on the ship, the Compass Rose.

The move will “evoke an enchanting sense of arrival for guests,” Regent said.

Each Veranda Suite will be 207 square feet.
Each Veranda Suite will be 207 square feet.

Also, the Coffee Connection is moving to the port side of the ship and is being expanded with a new al fresco seating area. The Splendor’s Pan-Asian restaurant, Pacific Rim, will remain on the port side, offering guests an unobstructed view of the restaurant’s central sculpture from the reception area.

Suites on the 750-passenger Splendor range from the 307 square-foot, entry-level Veranda Suite, to the top end 4,443 square-foot Regent Suite.

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Seven Seas Voyager renovation completed

The refurbished Voyager Lounge on Seven Seas Voyager.

The Seven Seas Voyager emerged from a 25-day dry dock with updated public spaces and suites, part of a $125 million refurbishment of the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet.

Notably, French restaurant Chartreuse, which debuted on the Seven Seas Explorer, was added to Voyager. The Pool Grill received a new infrared barbecue grill so chefs can sear steaks, chops and salmon.

Major redecoration was done in the Compass Rose main dining room, La Veranda buffet and Voyager Lounge. The Penthouse, Concierge and Deluxe suites were overhauled with a more contemporary design.

Other areas touched during the refurbishment of Seven Seas Voyager include the reception area, Coffee Connection, Connoisseur Lounge, card room, boutiques, casino and the Canyon Ranch SpaClub.

The ship came out of drydock on Nov. 9 with five new production shows on a 23-night cruise from Barcelona to Dubai.