In 2017, Regent Seven Seas Cruises will have been operating its brand of luxury voyages for an impressive quarter of a century, and it is preparing a yearlong fleet-wide series of events to celebrate, appropriately punctuated with 25 special sailings.
“It was May 26, 1992 when the twin-hull, 19,000-ton, 354-passenger Radisson Diamond was christened officially launching what would become Regent Seven Seas Cruises,” said Jason Montague, president and chief executive officer for Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
“Every day since that day 25-years ago, we have listened to the needs of our guests, evolved and enriched the experience onboard our ships, invested in new ships and luxurious enhancements to our existing ships and transformed Regent Seven Seas Cruises into the preeminent choice when it comes to luxury cruising.”
Aboard each of the 25 anniversary cruises, guests will have an opportunity to partake in a fresh dining concept: a sea-day galley lunch buffet in the Compass Rose restaurant. A red carpet will lead to the kitchen for the chance to interact with the chefs and enjoy baked breads, a turkey carving station, made-to-order pasta and other hot dishe
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