Regent Seven Seas Cruises unveils first ship in new Prestige class

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced it will welcome two new ships to its fleet in the next five years, with Seven Seas Prestige set to enter service in 2026.

The two ships will be the first in the line’s Prestige class.

Seven Seas Prestige will accommodate 850 passengers and has “one of the highest passenger-to-space ratios in the cruise industry, offering more unrivalled space at sea than ever before”, the line said.

The second Prestige-class ship, which has not yet been named, will enter service in 2029.

President Andrea DeMarco said: “Seven Seas Prestige, debuting in 2026, continues our legacy of revolutionising ultra-luxury travel as she will transcend luxury in ever way.

“This incredible new ship will be the epitome of timeless elegance, exemplifying Regent’s commitment to excellence which is reflected in every aspect of her elevated design and exuding an ambiance of sophistication and refinement.”

DeMarco added: “Unrivalled space at sea is a key pillar for Regent and a primary desire for luxury travellers. Seven Seas Prestige was designed with this in mind, maintaining the intimate and luxurious service our guests love while also providing even more space throughout the ship, allowing for new suite categories and new experiences.”

 

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