By Patti Pietschmann Travel Diva

The eagerly-awaited debut of the knock-down gorgeous, 750-passenger Regent Seven Seas Cruises Splendor happens in less than a year. The ship is simply dazzling with tons of marble and elegant appointments.

She also houses 14  astonishing suite categories. The cream of the crop is the lavish 4,443 square-foot Regent Suites.  Designed for ultimate comfort it comes with a sauna, steam bath and  treatment area, Did we mention the $200,000 Hästens Vividus bed?

And get this. Occupants have their own butler, and a car and driver in every port.

Exhilarating excursions

Passengers on the Splendor have a choice of 65  specially curated shore excursions. Many are included in the fare.

“We collaborated with top local tour operators to create unique and memorable experiences,” said Jason Montague, president and CEO of Regent. “This ensures an unrivaled experience for inaugural season passengers.”

Montague is referring to the five dozen new shore excursions debuting with the Splendor. Two prime examples are a helicopter ride over Monaco followed by lunch at the famed La Bastide de Moustiers and an electric-bike tour/wine tasting of La Cadiere d’Azur.

More leisurely options

There are calmer choices. Like  a visit to Sorrento, Italy fort an up close view of Caravaggio’s masterpiece The Seven Works of Mercy. This is followed by an excursion through Fontaine De Vaculuse and L’Isle Sur La Sorgue France.

For Flamenco lovers there’s a performance in an underground mine in Spain. These are just a sampling of what’s in store.

Unrivaled experiences in dining on the Regent Splendor

Regent Seven Seas Cruises offers extraordinary experiences defined by impeccable service and exquisite cuisine. Fares are inclusive of wines, spirits,  soft drinks, gratuities and ground transfers.

Better book now

If you’re interesting in booking Splendor’s inaugural cruise keep in mind that new ships sell out fast.  Don’t miss the boat. Reserve your suite space right now. Just contact a cruise specialist at  Pavlus Travel. 

You might also enjoy visiting the RSSC website for additional information about this fabulous cruise line.



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