Stern's Guide to the Greatest Resorts of the World, Stern's Guide to the Cruise Vacation, Stern's Guide to European Riverboats and Hotel Barges, and The Indispensable Guide to Foreign Words and Phrases--by Steven B. Stern (Sponsored by Stern's Travel Guides, Ltd.)
     
 
REGENT SEVEN SEAS CRUISES
(800) 477-7500
8300 NW 33rd St.
Miami, Florida 33122
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Seven Seas Explorer: entered service 2016; 56,000 GRT;  735 x 102 feet/ 750-passenger capacity; 376 suites; European and international officers and crew; (Category A-not yet rated)


Seven Seas Mariner: entered service in 2001; renovated in 2011 and 2103; 48,075 GRT; 709 x 93 feet; 700-passenger capacity; 350 suites (all with verandas); European and international officers and crew; cruises the Mediterranean and South America (Category A-six+ stars).

Seven Seas Navigator: entered service in 1999; renovated in 2012; 28,803 GRT; 565 x 81 feet; 490-passenger capacity; 245 suites; European and international officers and crew; cruises in the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Canada/New England, and Alaska (Category A-six stars).

Seven Seas Voyager: entered service in 2003; renovated in 2014; 42,363 GRT; 670 x 94.5 feet; 700-passenger capacity; 350 suites; European and international officers and crew; cruises Mediterranean, Baltic, Asia, Arabia, India, and Australia/New Zealand (Category A-six+ stars).
 
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