While sailing pause continues company faces strong future with financial backing and promotions
By Patti Pietschmann, Travel Diva
Things are looking up for tony Regent Seven Seas according to the luxury line’s president and CEO Jason Montage. Please watch the video we put on this post.
Montague release the video today on Twitter. He talks about how Regent Seven Seas is financially sound following a whopping $2.4 billion of additional capital. “This influx will keeps us afloat for 18 months even if we don’t sail,” he says.
The all-inclusive cruise line is one of the best in show. As all its fans know RSSC provides seamless sailing with top quality food and service. It also brings more bang to your buck with free shore excursions, all beverages hard and soft, gorgeous suites, covered gratuities and more.
Now the bad news
While it all looks good. The bad news for cruisers is that the company has extended its cruise pause until July 31, 2020. But it is optimistic that its sunning, newest ship, Regent Splendor will sail from Stockholm on June 1,2021. And Montague says he’ll be on board. If you want to join him, just contact a Pavlus agent who can set you up. It’s a good time to do book because RSSC is offering lots of perks that include $1,000 spending credit (for ship board use) and 50% reduction in deposits.
And, should your ship not sail, the company is offering generous future credits and more.
Now sit back and watch the video.