Regent Seven Seas has dubbed it’s newest vessel the Explorer the “World’s Most Luxurious Ship” — and with good reason!
All 375 suites (and every cabin is a suite!) have balconies, walk-in closets, complimentary mini bars refilled daily…all the comforts you need.
There are multiple dining options, including French, Italian, and Asian cuisine. And if you want to try your hand at gourmet cooking, take a lesson in the state-of-the-art Culinary Arts Kitchen.
Leave your wallet at home because virtually everything is included! Unlimited shore excursions, specialty dining, Wi-Fi, fitness classes, gratuities, beverages — even business class air on certain itineraries!
But of course, when you cruise you’re not just there to enjoy the ship (although with one this outstanding, it’s hard to want to leave!). Good thing the Explorer goes to some equally amazing destinations. Here are our top 5 places to go on the World’s Most Luxurious Ship.
Iceland has been all the rage in travel, but with limited places to stay (not to mention the influx of tourists) travel to the intriguing destination comes with some hurdles. But lucky for those who want to explore Iceland, the Explorer has several itineraries with stops in Iceland. You can experience several towns (plus some in Greenland — talk about off the beaten path!) without worrying about the logistics of getting around on land.
The Explorer takes island hopping to a new level with its Caribbean itineraries. Since you’re cruising on a smaller vessel, you will visit small ports that the big ships can’t reach. Imagine relaxing in Antigua, shopping in St. Barth, exploring Puerto Rico — all while only unpacking once!
Northern Europe features some amazing experiences, from the fjords of Norway to the picturesque towns in Sweden, and you can see it all as you cruise from Reykjavik to Stockholm. Immerse yourself in the intriguing history and unique culture at each port and then head back to your suite for a gourmet meal and evening entertainment.
Spend 15-nights exploring the coast of Southern Africa in a way even the most experienced travelers never do. Beginning and ending in Cape Town, you will experience ports in Namibia and Mozambique as well as South Africa as you cruise in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. As a mid-point on the trade routes connecting Europe to Asia, these cities show an intriguing blend of cultures, cuisine, and architecture.
You can see more of South America in one amazing trip aboard the Explorer than your typical two-week trip. Setting sail from Buenos Aires, you will cruise around the bottom of the world before ending in Santiago. Ports include Montevideo, Uruguay, the Falkland Islands, Ushuaia, Argentina, and Punta Arenas, Chile.