Regent Seven Seas will send the Seven Seas Voyager in to dock for planned refurbishments this month as part of its $125 million fleet-wide upgrade program.
Voyager is the second ship to get a full makeover after the Seven Seas Navigator.

Voyager will spend 25 days in dry dock receiving extensive upgrades to the Penthouse, Concierge and Deluxe Suites offering a more contemporary design.

Restaurants will get added features along with a new dining venue, the French inspired Chartreuse, which first debuted on Seven Seas Explorer.

This fleet-wide renovation brings a new level of elegance to the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet, strengthening our position as the undisputed leader in luxury cruising, CEO Jason Montague said in a statement.

The ship’s Pool Grill, Voyager Lounge and main reception area will also be refurbished.

Work on Voyager will be completed in time for its scheduled Barcelona-to-Dubai sailing on November 9.

Posted on: 16/10/2016