Regent Seven Seas recently completed a multi-million dollar refurbishment and upgrade to the all-suite, all-balcony ship Seven Seas Mariner. The refurbishment added a fresh, elegant and luxurious new look while retaining the warmth and charm of the Seven Seas Mariner.
The refurbishment underscores Regent’s commitment to providing their guests with the ultimate, ultra-inclusive experience on the most luxurious and stylish ships. Seven Seas Voyager recently underwent a similar refurbishment and Seven Seas Navigator was similarly upgraded in 2012.
The ship’s Grand, Master, Mariner, Seven Seas, Horizons and Penthouse Suites received all-new furniture, upholstery, lighting and wall coverings to exude Park Avenue elegance.
The ship’s two-deck high, state-of-the-art show Constellation Theatre was renovated and will feature a new production, “Cirque Rock ‘n Roll”. This stunning spectacle is filled with aerial theatrics choreographed to music from Michael Jackson, Pink, Queen and more.
The Stars Lounge features dramatic a new décor of plum, smoky-grey, gold, black and cream, creating a subdued yet elegant atmosphere. The Horizon Lounge received a distinctive new stone-fronted bar, chic new furnishings, tony carpeting, lustrous wall coverings, and new lighting. The Mariner Lounge was reconfigured with a spacious “open” floor plan and features a new bar, new stone flooring, lamps and tables.
The Observation Lounge sports a stunning new décor of rich ivory, ebony and wine tones. A dramatic new back-lit bar serves as the room’s centerpiece which offers sweeping 270 degree views.
The Canyon Ranch Spa received new steam rooms, new stone flooring in the reception area, refurbished changing rooms and the Fitness Center was equipped with brand new state-of-the-art exercise equipment.
The Pool Deck, as well as the ship’s outdoor relaxation areas were furnished with brand new resort-style sofas, chairs, and loungers. The Pool Grill and La Veranda also received eye-catching upgrades with new mosaic tiling, new wall coverings draperies, lighting and awnings.
The exterior decks and al fresco lounges received a makeover as well. New teak was installed on the balconies of all 350 suites.
The renovated ship sailed from Monte Carlo on April 7 and will call the Mediterranean home for the remainder of the season.