Seven Seas Grandeur’s inaugural season begins November 2023, with 18 sailings in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean, including two transatlantic voyages. With a gross tonnage of 55,500 and only 746 guests, Seven Seas Grandeur provides the highest space- and staff-to-guest ratios in the industry. Guests enjoy sumptuous all-suite accommodations, almost all with private balconies, which are among the largest at sea, as well as highly personalised service throughout lavish public areas and expansive outdoor spaces.
Unlimited complimentary shore excursions are available in every port, and voyage fares also include gourmet cuisine in a range of specialty restaurants and al-fresco dining venues, fine wines and spirits. The new ship also features reimagined designs for signature restaurants Compass Rose and Prime 7 as well as an extensive new range of dining choices.
The cruise line’s expert culinary teams have created over 130 new dishes and enhanced recipes of guest favourites across the seven exquisite dining venues, including 13 new dishes to be served in Compass Rose, Regent’s signature restaurant and a new lunch menu at Prime 7, Regent’s much-loved steakhouse.
The fine-dining signature restaurant Compass Rose has a stunning new design by Miami-based Studio DADO. The restaurant’s dining room sits under a canopy of crystal and wood-edged illuminated trees, giving guests the illusion of dining in an enchanted forest. The menu offers a unique experience where guests can design their own mains in addition to daily specials. New dishes exclusive to Seven Seas Grandeur include Maine lobster risotto served with a mascarpone-leek fondue, roasted Black Angus striploin and a tuna takai.
The fully re-imagined Prime 7 restaurant takes its cues from the classic New York City steakhouses of the 20th century, with a mouth-watering menu featuring favourites likes lump crab cakes, Black Angus Beef steak tartare and succulent jumbo shrimp cocktails.
The new ship also offers Chartreuse, Seven Seas Grandeur’s French restaurant, with a number of new dishes on the menu inspired by the 3-Michelin Star restaurant Auberge du Vieux Puits. Pacific Rim offers an harmonious blend of delectable flavours and a tranquil Zen-inspired atmosphere. Positioned at the top of the ship and inspired by the coastal landscape of the Mediterranean, Sette Mari at La Veranda serves meals inspired by the flavours of Italy.
“For over 30 years we have provided our guests with the highest standards in luxury travel, from personalised on-board service to immersive destination experiences, to perfecting epicurean offerings across the world’s most luxurious fleet,” said Andrea DeMarco, President of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “As a celebration of Regent’s heritage, Seven Seas Grandeur has been stunningly reimagined for the future, enhancing the eclectic culinary experiences found on board through delightfully refined menus and beautifully designed specialty restaurants.”
Inaugural Fabergé sailing
Sarah Fabergé, Founding Member of The Fabergé Heritage Council and great-granddaughter of Peter Carl Fabergé, is Godmother of the new Seven Seas Grandeur. Sarah will host the inaugural Spotlight on Fabergé Voyage onboard Seven Seas Grandeur, sailing 1 July, 2024, with small group master-class programs, exclusive access to unique and intimate shore-side tours, jewelled egg demonstrations and fascinating lectures and screenings. The 10-night sailing will travel from Rome to Monte Carlo.
Escape the cold
Want to keep that warm summer vibe going all year? Regent Seven Seas Cruises have a range of luxury voyages that sail the Mediterranean during the Northern Hemisphere summer season. Whether it’s the 10-night Delights of Turkey from Athens to Rome on the new Seven Seas Grandeur or the 79-night Grand European Sojourn on the Seven Seas Voyager, you will experience a European summer at its absolute best.
Discover the best of Regent Seven Seas Cruises at rssc.com