The gorgeous Seven Seas Explorer, hailed as the most luxurious ship ever built, will cruise Australian waters as part of her 2020/21 season for the first time since debuting in 2016.

The exclusive, 375 suite ship cost US$450 million to complete with its US$7 million art collection and one of the biggest suites at sea.

“Seven Seas Explorer was built for the 1-percenters, with no expense spared every detail was meant to create an everlasting impression on her guests” Vice President Sales, Australia & New Zealand at Regent Seven Seas Cruises Lisa Pile said.

“We are incredibly excited to be able to share her unrivalled elegance with local Australian and New Zealand travellers as part of her inaugural season, and to give them a taste of what a truly all-inclusive, luxury cruise ship offers.”

Vice President Sales, Australia & New Zealand at Regent Seven Seas Cruises Lisa Pile

The ship has all-balcony and all-suite accommodation, marble bathrooms, heated tile loungers, sauna, and a hot tub on the veranda and unlimited in-suite treatments from the ship’s Canyon Ranch Spa.

The all-inclusive fare includes all gourmet dining, fine wines and premium spirits and unlimited shore excursions in every port of call. There’s also a near 1 to 1 staff to guest ratio.

Seven Seas Explorer will be entering Australian waters for the first time on the 28 December 2020, visiting Darwin before she sails down to Sydney on the 6th January 2021.

Offering nine entirely all-inclusive itineraries exploring regional waters throughout Australia, New Zealand, Asia and The South Pacific from November 2020 until April 2021, Seven Seas Explorer will deliver a level of luxury never seen before in the region.

Seven Seas Explorer’s Regent Suite living room

Several of Seven Seas Explorer’s voyages will depart from, or disembark in Sydney during her inaugural local season, including: the 17-night Singapore to Sydney ‘Balinese Celebration’ sailing; the 15-night Sydney to Auckland ‘Majesty of Milford’ cruise; the 14-night Auckland to Sydney ‘Grandeur of New Zealand’ sailing; the 18-night Sydney to Bali ‘Koalas to Komodos’ cruise; and a 15-night sailing from blissful Bali to lively Hong Kong ‘Radiance Of Thailand’.

Select sailings also offer a free three-night pre- or post-cruise land program. Click here for more details.

 

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