Regent unveils first ship in new ‘Prestige Class’ – Seven Seas Prestige

Regent unveils first ship in new ‘Prestige Class’ – Seven Seas Prestige
Edited by Travel Weekly


    Regent Seven Seas has unveiled the name of its newest ship, Seven Seas Prestige, along with a range of new content to provide a glimpse into a brand new class of vessel that once again sets a new standard for luxury holidays.

    Seven Seas Prestige, which will be delivered in 2026, is Regent’s first new ship class in 10 years, following the tremendously successful Explorer-Class vessels which were launched in 2016, 2020 and 2023.

    “This is a truly historic moment for Regent Seven Seas Cruises, as we name the next ship to join The World’s Most Luxurious Fleet as Seven Seas Prestige and reveal her sleek exterior design,” Regent Seven Seas president Andrea DeMarco said.

    Seven Seas Prestige, debuting in 2026, continues our legacy of revolutionizing ultra luxury travel as she will transcend luxury in every way. 

    “This incredible new ship will be the epitome of timeless elegance, exemplifying Regent’s commitment to excellence which is reflected in every aspect of her elevated design and exuding an ambiance of sophistication and refinement.”

    At 77,000 tonnes and hosting up to only 850 guests, Seven Seas Prestige will boast one of the highest guest to space ratios in the cruise industry, offering more Unrivalled Space at Sea™ than ever before in beautifully appointed suites, and lavish, thoughtfully designed restaurants, bars and lounges and public areas.

     

    “Unrivalled Space at Sea is a key pillar for Regent and a primary desire for luxury travellers,’ DeMarco continued.

    “Seven Seas Prestige was designed with this in mind, maintaining the intimate and luxurious service our guests love, while also providing even more space throughout the ship, allowing for new suite categories and new experiences.”

    The new ship will be the first of two in the Prestige-Class, the second of which will be launched in 2029.

    The class will introduce brand new accommodation categories, including a reimagination of the palatial Regent Suite, plus new dining experiences, all of which will be revealed at a later date.

    Seven Seas Prestige render. (Supplied)

    At 77,000 tonnes and hosting up to only 850 guests, Seven Seas Prestige will boast one of the highest guest to space ratios in the cruise industry, offering beautifully appointed suites, lavish and thoughtfully designed restaurants, bars and lounges and public areas.

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