Our ship of the month is Seven Seas Grandeur. Credit: Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Ship of the month: Seven Seas Grandeur

Author: Sarah Riches

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Regent Seven Seas Cruises' Seven Seas Grandeur is our ship of the month – discover why below

Launched on 14 November 2023 in Ancona, Italy, Seven Seas Grandeur became the sixth vessel in Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ fleet.

Following the launch of Seven Seas Explorer and Seven Seas Splendor, Grandeur is the line’s third Explorer-class ship.

It made its maiden voyage from Trieste to Barcelona before traversing the Atlantic to Miami for an exclusive gala dinner with its godmother and founding member of The Fabergé Heritage Council, Sarah Fabergé.

Kicking off its inaugural season, Grandeur repositioned to the Caribbean, offering two cruises via the Panama Canal and an itinerary sailing the east coast of the US.

Expect opulence from every suite onboard Seven Seas Grandeur. Credit: Regent Seven Seas Cruises

1. Wellbeing

Look after yourself at sea by looping the jogging track and joining yoga, Pilates or aerobics classes in the Fitness Center – then spoil yourself with treatments and activities to soothe your body and mind at Serene Spa & Wellness.

2. Dining

Seven Seas Grandeur offers eight dining venues, including five complimentary speciality restaurants featuring 130 new dishes.

Signature venues Compass Rose, Chartreuse, Prime 7 (above) and La Veranda all have reimagined interiors.

3. Cabins

No matter which cabin class you choose, the same standards of design apply to every suite. Layouts range from 29sqm to 413sqm and all include a private balcony.

The Regent Suite has two bedrooms, a Treesse mini-pool and in-suite spa treatments.

The stylish atrium is the beating heart of Seven Seas Grandeur. Credit: Regent Seven Seas Cruises

4. The pools

Go for a swim, stay for the views. High up on deck 11 you’ll find the spacious main pool, with nearby Pool Grill for shady alfresco dining.

And if you just want a dip, there are heated Jacuzzis at the stern on deck 5.

5. The atrium

Spanning two decks, the stylish atrium is the beating heart of the ship.

A grand staircase descends to Compass Rose restaurant, while a magnificent chandelier embodies the modern luxury vibe that Regent is known for.

6 Entertainment

Broadway stars have produced Grandeur’s four new shows: the tango production Pasión, dance spectacle Ignite the Night, pirate-themed Marauder’s Ball and pop concert ICONS. The performances take place in the two-deck Constellation Theatre.

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About Sarah Riches

After a five-year stint living in Asia, Sarah was inspired to become a travel journalist. Sarah has freelanced for Condé Nast Traveller and National Geographic Traveller and is the author of London Almanac (2010) and Culture Smart! The Essential Guide to British Customs & Culture (2024). She was also the deputy editor of Time Out Abu Dhabi, Where London and London Planner, digital editor of Wanderlust – the UK’s oldest travel magazine.