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Regent Seven Seas Cruise Lines
Regent Seven Seas Cruises and AMT American Express Travel offers voyages to all corners o f the globe aboard its fleet of modern, six-star rated luxury vessels. Regent Seven Seas also markets select Antarctica voyages of the five-star, 198-guest Explorer II, one of the most luxurious adventure cruise ships in the world. Regent Seven Seas cruises and American Express make dreams come true. Regent Seven Seas cruises are value for your money. Regent Seven Seas Cruises is one of the world's top luxury cruise lines. Regent Seven Seas Cruises Passenger Profile: RSSC passengers are usually middle aged (or older), affluent, active, well-educated, and frequent travelers.Call Now 1-800-999-2599
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Luxury world cruises are offered to over 300 ports on six continents, including Antarctica. Regent Cruises can be defined by the word luxury. You can find Regent luxury hospitality in some of the world’s most exciting cities, alluring resort destinations and across the seven seas. You’ll find the luxury accommodations of Regent in locations throughout the world – in Asia, Europe, the Middle East and North America.
Operating a fleet of stylish and extremely comfortable midsize vessels, Regent -- which changed its name from Radisson in 2006 -- offers a casually elegant and subtle luxury cruise experience. Amazing bathrooms on Navigator and Voyager: Bigger and better than those on Seabourn and Crystal, cabin bathrooms all have separate shower stalls and full-size bathtubs long enough for normal-size humans.
In winter you can find them circling South America or the lands of Asia/Pacific, venturing to the most exotic corners of the world on a global circumnavigation, or sojourning in the Caribbean and other tropical venues well away from winter’s cold and snow.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises will remain a wholly independent brand under the guidance of Mark Conroy, president of Regent Seven Seas Cruises, and will continue to operate from its Fort Lauderdale, Florida headquarters, and Oceania Cruises will remain in its Miami headquarters, headed by Bob Binder, president of Oceania Cruises. Regent Seven Seas Cruises will continue to focus on the luxury segment of the marketplace by offering a six-star, all-inclusive experience.