By the Caribbean Journal staff
Ultra-luxe small-ship cruise line Regent Seven Seas Cruises has completed the final phase of a $125 million fleetwide refurbishment program, unveiling its redesigned Seven Seas Mariner ship.
The ship completed a 20-day drydock in Marseille, relaunching with new restaurant concepts, new suite designs and revamped guest spaces.
“I’m constantly amazed by the attention to detail that goes into our ships, and the newly refurbished Seven Seas Mariner is no different, from the luxurious décor down to the intricate design elements,” said Jason Montague, president and chief executive officer for Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “With the culmination of our fleet-wide refurbishment program, and with the construction of Seven Seas Splendor underway, we are perfecting luxury and indeed have the most luxurious fleet at sea.”
All of the ship’s eateries saw a redesign, while its flagship Compass Rose eatery was completely reimagined, with a new menu and a new look.
The ship also redesigned its pool deck, with a new mosaic-tiled pool.
All of Mariner’s public spaces also received a new look, with new furniture and art, with original artwork by Atlanta-based artist Tom Swanston.
Regent Seven Seas’ Mariner ship sails around the world, including a number of itineraries in the Caribbean.