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Seven Seas Explorer

Capacity
754
Crew
542
Tonnage
54,000
Length
224 m
First voyage
2016
Decks
13

Seven Seas Explorer is an Explorer-class cruise ship currently operated by Regent Seven Seas Cruises, a subsidiary of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings. Debuting in 2016, she became the first new-build ship for Regent in more than a decade and the largest ship to ever operate for Regent.

History

Planning

On 10 July 2013, Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced... Read more

Seven Seas Explorer

Capacity (DO): 
754
Crew: 
542
Tonnage: 
54,000
Length: 
224 m
Beam: 
31,1 m
First voyage: 
2016
Decks: 
13

Seven Seas Explorer is an Explorer-class cruise ship currently operated by Regent Seven Seas Cruises, a subsidiary of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings. Debuting in 2016, she became the first new-build ship for Regent in more than a decade and the largest ship to ever operate for Regent.

History

Planning

On 10 July 2013, Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced it had entered into a contract with Italian shipbuilder, Fincantieri, to build a new vessel named Seven Seas Explorer. The ship was initially designed to house 738 passengers, a 5% increase in passenger capacity over existing Regent vessels at the time, and would also be 12% larger, at 54,000 GT, providing more space per passenger. As on Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Mariner, Regent intended to make Seven Seas Explorer an all-suite ship. The order for the ship reportedly cost US$450 million, with each berth costing over US$600,000, and was scheduled to debut in the summer of 2016. The debut of Seven Seas Explorer would reportedly mark an increase in Regent's capacity by up to 40%.

Construction

On 15 July 2014, Regent celebrated the steel cutting of the new ship at Fincantieri's yard in Sestri Ponente, near Genoa.

On 21 January 2015, a coin ceremony was performed for the laying of the ship's keel. Three different coins were welded into the keel: a 1921 Peace dollar, a 1959 Italian lira, and a commemorative coin minted for the ceremony.

On 30 October 2015, Seven Seas Explorer floated out from the dry dock at the shipyard following completion of her exterior outfitting. The remainder of the construction was completed with the ship in wet dock.

Delivery and christening

Seven Seas Explorer was delivered to Regent on 30 June 2016. She was christened in Monte Carlo by Charlene, Princess of Monaco on 13 July 2016.

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Design and specifications

Seven Seas Explorer currently features a total of 377 passenger cabins, all of which are suite accommodations. There are also a total of 325 crew cabins, making for a total capacity of 1,360 passengers and crew. She currently has 13 decks, a length of 223.6 metres (734 ft), a draft of 7.02 metres (23.0 ft), and a beam of 31 metres (102 ft). She is powered by a diesel-electric genset system, with four total MaK engines, producing a total output of 32 megawatts (43,000 hp). Main propulsion is via two Wärtsilä propellers, each driven by a 9 megawatts (12,000 hp) electric motor. The system gives the vessel a service speed of 19.4 knots (35.9 km/h; 22.3 mph) and a maximum speed of 20.5 knots (38.0 km/h; 23.6 mph).

The ship features all-inclusive dining establishments, including a steakhouse, a main dining room, and a convertible buffet-restaurant. There is also a two-level theater and different lounges, including an observation lounge and a music lounge. There are multiple suite categories among the offered accommodations, with each category of cabin showcasing different layouts and design elements, as well as including verandas with every cabin.

Service history

Deployments

Seven Seas Explorer set sail on her 14-night maiden voyage on 20 July 2016 from Monte Carlo to Venice. The ship spent her inaugural season sailing in the Mediterranean, before re-positioning to Miami for cruises in the Caribbean. Since then, Seven Seas Explorer has also visited ports in Northern Europe, Africa, and South America.

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Attractions on Seven Seas Explorer


Explorer Lounge

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Located on Deck 4 mid-ship, the Explorer Lounge’s rich mahogany wood columns, heavy leather chairs and deep blue fabrics set the tone for the start of your evening. Our resident musicians entertain...

Motion Studio

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On Deck 6 aft, above the Canyon Ranch SpaClub®, is the state-of-the-art Fitness Center, which features Lifecycles, free weights, striders, StairMasters, treadmills, weight benches, a Nautilus machi...

Jogging Track

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Take in the fresh ocean air as you enjoy an early morning run or a brisk walk in the evening on the Jogging Track.

The Casino

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When you are in the gaming mood, delight in the exciting offerings inside our elegant, Monte Carlo-style casino. The Casino is located on Deck 4, and is open every day at sea when not restricted by...

Laundrette

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Sports Deck

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Follow the path along Deck 12, where you will find a dedicated sports area featuring a deck shuffleboard, putting greens, golf nets, bocce court and paddle tennis.

Compass Rose

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Our largest specialty restaurant at sea, this is the perfect setting to enjoy breakfast and dinner. Located on Deck 4, Compass Rose delights with a beautifully defined atmosphere and transitions fr...

Bridge

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Shuffleboard

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Enjoy a game of shuffleboard right on the cruise ship.

Constellation Theater (Upper Level)

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Located on Decks 4 and 5 forward. The constellation theater features an intricate entry-way mosaic, table-top Murano glass lamps and comfortable Cabaret-style seats. Enjoy thrilling shows including...