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Seven Seas Explorer Review

5.0 / 5.0
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225 reviews
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Regent Met Then Exceeded Our Expectations

Review for Seven Seas Explorer to Europe
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10+ Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Jul 2018
Cabin: Superior Suite
Chihuly Glass in Compass Rose.

After reading reviews about this ship we were eager to experience it for ourselves. Regent Seven Seas exceeded our expectations from our first phone call to the company. All our questions were answered and desires met. From first contact we were impressed with the efficiency in meeting and exceeding our expectations.

The ship is a floating work of Art and engineering masterpiece. Pictures of the ship are beautiful, but it must be experienced in person to really capture all that it is.

Our F1 suite, 937, was clean and quiet:

Cabin Review

Superior Suite

Cabin F1

Huge suite; walk in closet, large balcony, king size bed, desk, plenty of drawer space, separate sitting area, separated from sleeping area by a curtain. Note Suites ending in 7 have a pull out couch. Clean and Quiet.

Port Reviews

Le Havre

Walking tour very informative

Brugge (Bruges)

Bus drove us to the town of Brugge and picked us up 6 hours later allowing us to explore this easily navigated town on our own.


We purchased this a fishing trip for $129. Great day. Take medication to prevent motion sickness if you needed.


Walked this beautiful town

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