Fabergé ancestor to name new Regent ship

Sarah Fabergé, great-granddaughter of the founder of the jewellery firm Peter Carl Fabergé, is to christen new Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ ship Seven Seas Grandeur.

The ceremony is scheduled take place in Miami on December 10 ahead of the ship embarking on a three-night christening cruise, before its maiden Caribbean sailing season. 

The vessel’s godmother is member of the Fabergé Heritage Council which helps to support the company’s management team in its pursuit of excellence and exclusivity. 

She will also host a 10-night Fabergé-themed cruise by the ship in the Mediterranean from Civitavecchia, the port from Rome, on July 1, 2024.

RSSC president Andrea DeMarco said: “As a founding member of the Fabergé Heritage Council, Sarah symbolises the shared ethos and distinctive qualities that define our two eminent luxury brands and is therefore the ideal godmother of our newest ship, Seven Seas Grandeur.”

She added that the ship “has been inspired by the past and stunningly reimagined for the future, exemplifying our heritage of perfection with unrivalled space, unparalleled service, epicurean perfection, and transformative experiences that begin the moment guests step aboard. 

“Fabergé’s storied legacy of unwavering perfection, unparalleled craftsmanship, and relentless pursuit of excellence aligns harmoniously with the core values of our own distinguished luxury brand.” 

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