Regent Seven Seas Cruises is following the footsteps of sister cruise line, Oceania Cruises, by replacing plastic bottles on its ships with an environmentally-friendly alternative.
A new partnership between Regent Seven Seas Cruises and Vero Still and Sparkling Water will see the cruise line introduce a water purification system around its vessels that’ll eliminate the use of TWO MILLION plastic bottles every year.
In the coming months, Regent Seven Seas guests will see water purification system installed in suites, restaurants, lounges and bars on board Seven Seas Voyager (by 5 April), Seven Seas Explorer (by 8 April), Seven Seas Mariner (by 5 June) and Seven Seas Navigator (by 18 June). Later in the year, they’ll also receive their own eco-friendly reusable Vero Water Bottle, which they can use during shore excursions.
Cruise line President and Chief Executive, Jason Montague, said the partnership with Vero was part of the brand’s commitment to providing an unrivaled experience at sea, including the best tasting water.
“The Vero water purification system helps reduce our carbon footprint and sustains our beautiful natural resources.”
Jason Montague, Regent Seven Seas Cruises President & Chief Executive
The elimination of plastic bottles follows the cruise line’s decision to remove all single-use plastic straws last year. It also comes a few weeks after Regent’s sister brand, Oceania Cruises, announced a similar sustainable partnership with Vero.
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