Cruising with all-inclusive Regent Seven Seas Cruises is a very comfortable, social experience. You get the luxury of space to hang out sans crowds, lots of perks and fancy accouterments, but it's all on a pleasingly subtle scale — as we learned on a recent cruise in the Mediterranean on the all-suite, all-veranda 700-passenger Seven Seas Mariner.
Luxury cruise line Regent Seven Seas although more expensive than the mega ships do offer a lot more for the money spent. All inclusive means just that. Drinks, specialty dining, airfare and transfers, shore excursions, and Wi-Fi are just the start. The cabins are suites and provide more room to spread out in than normal. In addition, the ships are smaller and can go to smaller ports of call which can provide a more immersive experience. Less crowding and interesting places to visit.