Regent Deluxe Suite Rendering

Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced today plans for an extensive, $125 million fleet-wide refurbishment program. 

Beginning with Seven Seas Navigator this spring, the public spaces and suites to be refurbished to the detail as featured on Seven Seas Explorer, providing guests with a consistent look-and-feel, said the company.
The two-year $125 million investment includes significant renovations of most public spaces along with a complete redesign of all categories of suites. 

Seven Seas Navigator be the first to receive this luxurious upgrade, followed by Seven Seas Voyager in late 2016 and Seven Seas Mariner in the spring of 2017.
Seven Seas Navigator will emerge from her drydock with all suite categories, all lounges, the library, casino, boutiques, reception area, and signature restaurants Compass Rose and La Veranda having recently been completely renovated.    
“Seven Seas Navigator is one of our most beloved ships, so it’s fitting that she is the first to undergo this extraordinary refurbishment,” said Jason Montague, president and chief operating officer for Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “These renovations will bring a new level of elegance to the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet, strengthening our position as the undisputed leader in luxury cruising, operating the most luxurious ships at sea.”
The refurbishments on Seven Seas Navigator comprise the first phase of the $125 million renovation project. 

The ship’s renovations will commence when it enters dry dock in Marseille, France on March 31.  The project will be completed by April 13.