Regent Seven Seas Voyager Getting Elegant Upgrades

Seven Seas Voyager - Monte CarloThis month, Seven Seas Voyager will receive a transformation as part of Regent Seven Seas’ $125 million fleet-wide refurbishment program. She will feature the same elegant style and indisputable attention to detail featured on Seven Seas Explorer.

Seven Seas Voyager joins Seven Seas Navigator as the second ship to receive a stylish new update to the public spaces and suites, with Seven Seas Mariner scheduled to receive a similar makeover in April 2017.

Some of the more notable renovations include:

Penthouse, Concierge and Deluxe Suites: These suites will receive a contemporary design and marble accented bathrooms. A plush padded leather headboard supports the Elite Slumber Bed and the sitting area features a stylish sofa with accent table and new artwork.

Seven Seas Voyager Penthouse Suite

Compass Rose: The ship’s flagship restaurant will be updated with rich wooden accents and antique bronze highlights. Plush cobalt blue drapes will accent the oversized windows that run along both sides of the restaurant to provide incredible ocean vistas for diners.

Chartreuse: Chartreuse, the French dining venue, which was introduced on Seven Seas Explorer, will make its debut on Seven Seas Voyager as part of the ship’s refurbishment. The menu will be identical with specialties such as roasted rack of lamb with rosemary persillade and poached lobster and scallop ballotine.

La Veranda: Enhancements will include a fresh and airy design with light grey colored flooring and accent walls that accentuate the natural light coming from its floor-to-ceiling windows. The buffet area will be more open, allowing guests easy access from both sides of the restaurant. A major highlight is a new cook-to-order grill station at the buffet.

Seven Seas Voyager La Veranda

Pool Grill: The outdoor eating area adjacent to the pool deck will be completely refurbished with stylish, yet casual, seating areas. A new infrared barbeque grill is planned, so the chefs can prepare barbeque specialties such as steaks, chops, lamb and salmon on the open deck.

Voyager Lounge: Inspired by a modern interpretation of a French cabaret the new décor in the Voyager Lounge will feature large champagne-colored chandeliers cascading down over crimson colored loveseats along a wall of oversized windows.

Reception Area: The reception area will be completely with contemporary and classical design elements and feature intimate seating areas.

The Seven Seas Navigator completed upgrades in a drydock earlier this year. The Seven Seas Mariner is scheduled to receive upgrades in April 2017.

Source: Regent Seven Seas Cruises press release.

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