We thought Regent Seven Seas was a "premium" cruise line. It's not. From the first day there were problems. In our cabin, we tried to turn on the tv to see the safety information. The tv didn't work, so we tried to call someone to fix the tv. The phone didn't work either.
One night we turned on the bathroom faucet and muddy, dirty water came out and didn't clear up until the next day or so. Another night the toilet didn't work. Our bathroom door wouldn't shut. After workmen came to fix it, when they left we tried to open it and the handle fell off.
The food was mediocre. The waitstaff in the restaurants kept getting the orders wrong, or forgot to bring orders at all.
The reception clerks were perfunctory and didn't seem to know what they were doing.
The "unlimited" wi-fi either didn't work at all on some days or on other days it was intermittent and slow.
There was a big leak in our bathroom. Our shower didn't drain, so we showered in pools of water. The women's public rest rooms had broken toilet seats and doors.
The wallpaper on one of the walls in our cabin was peeling off, so workmen had to come in and replace it.
We had hoped for a relaxing and pleasant cruise, but with the constant stream of workmen coming in and out of our cabin to fix things, it was one interruption after another.
By the end of the cruise, I had a serious eye infection and both my wife and I had severe allergy problems, probably from exposure to all the work dust and fumes.
Maybe things changed when Regent was taken over by Norwegian Cruise Lines and Apollo Mgt. That's what other passengers told us. They are obviously trying to cut back and have turned what may have once been an upscale cruise line into a mediocre one, certainly not worth the money they charge.
Our butler was terrific. Unfortunately, he had to work extra hard to deal with all the problems we encountered.