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  • compass-rose.jpg - A look at the redesigned Compass Rose, the luxury line's signature dining venue, on Seven Seas Grandeur (digital rendering).
  • seven-seas-grandeur.jpg - Digital rendering of the 750-passenger Seven Seas Grandeur, set to debut in late 2023.

Seven Seas Grandeur: New ultra-luxury ship arrives in 2023

Health advisory: All guests and crew must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 at least two weeks prior to embarkation in order to board a Regent Seven Seas ship.

Snapshot

Seven Seas Grandeur, the sixth vessel in Regent Seven Seas's fleet of luxury ships, is scheduled to make its debut in late November 2023 with a transatlantic crossing followed by a series of sailings in the Caribbean and Mediterranean. 

The ship will host 750 guests with 542 crew members and a gross tonnage of 55,254, offering one of the highest space ratios and staff to guest ratios on a cruise ship.

Grandeur follows the launch of sister ships Seven Seas Explorer and Seven Seas Splendor and provides the same kind of all-inclusive ultra-luxury experience.

The all-suite ship will have 10 decks accessible to passengers with three restaurants, 10 lounges and bars, two pools (one of them an infinity pool) and two outdoor whirlpools. The biggest difference between Grandeur and its sister ships will be a major revamp of Regent’s main dining room. The new Compass Rose will feature a cascading waterfall outside its main entrance, giving way to a canopy of crystal and wood-edged decorative accents and support beams. Other new features include a Culinary Arts Kitchen, the French restaurant Chartreuse and a new Meridian Lounge on deck 5.

Where Seven Seas Grandeur sails

Seven Seas Grandeur's maiden voyage is a transatlantic crossing from Barcelona to Miami on Nov. 25, 2023, followed by Caribbean sailings out of Miami to such destinations as St. Barts, Dominica, Antigua, Tortola, San Juan and elsewhere as well as two Panama Canal crossings. In April 2024, the ship will begin Mediterranean sailings to popular destinations as well as charming smaller ports, including Bozcaada and Izmir, Turkey and Amalfi, Positano and Catania (Sicily) in Italy. 

Cruises on this ship

Activities on board

Guests will find several comfortable lounges and bars on board as well as the Constellation Theater for shows and acts, the Serene Spa & Wellness venue with a thermal area and infinity pool, a fitness center, main pool, sun deck, putting green and jogging track. Daytime activities will include wine tastings, cooking classes at the Culinary Arts Kitchen, talks and lectures, trivia, deck games and chess in the library. You'll also find a casino, library, business center, cigar lounge, destination services, boutiques and card room. Regent ships aren't for children, so don't look for any kids' facilities. 

Staterooms

Every one of the 375 staterooms on board is a suite with its own balcony. Accommodations range from Veranda staterooms up to swanky Regent suites. In addition to a balcony, each room features marble bathrooms with walk-in showers, walk-in wardrobes, a writing desk/dressing table, a seating area with sofa, chair and coffee table, a large flat-screen TV and fully stocked complimentary mini-bars.

Fun factoid

Seven Seas Grandeur will be the world’s most expensive luxury cruise ship ever built, coming in at a price tag of $545 million.

Interested in a cruise on this ship?

For pricing, itinerary information and to reserve your spot on Seven Seas Grandeur, contact a Cruiseable travel consultant by email or call 1-877-322-3773. Reservations on Seven Seas Grandeur open on Sept. 22, 2021.

Cruiseable team
The Cruiseable editorial team consists of award-winning travel writers, cruise bloggers and journalists.

Fast facts

750 Passengers [?]
542 Crew
10 Decks
2023 Maiden voyage
55,254 Tonnage [?]
732 Length in feet
105 Width in feet (max beam)
25 speed (mph) [?]

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