Radisson Seven Seas Cruises was formed in 1995 through the merger of Radisson Diamond Cruises and Seven Seas Cruises. This deal was the beginning of the expansion of the famous Radisson Hotels International into the luxury cruise market. The company quickly found its niche – original itineraries on small, high-class ships.
The small number of passengers on board, the highest level of service, luxurious suites in combination with unusual itineraries make cruises from Regent Seven Seas Cruises an exclusive product of the cruise market.
Passengers on the company’s ships are affluent, independent people who are used to luxury and high quality of what surrounds them.
Like Radisson hotels, the ships of Regent Seven Seas Cruises have their own fans and regular customers.
Thus the RADISSON DIAMOND (4+), with its relaxed atmosphere reminiscent of chamber music concerts, attracts fans of elegant sea voyages. On the SONG OF FLOWER (4+) likes to travel to members of old wealthy families, interested in culture and sights of the visited countries.
PAUL GAUGUIN (4*+) invites honeymooners on their romantic voyages to Tahiti and scuba divers looking for exciting ocean adventures on distant islands.
In 1999, Regent Seven Seas Cruises added SEVEN SEAS NAVIGATOR (4*+) to its fleet, with suites, generous accommodations and superb finishes.
The SEVEN SEAS MARINER was launched in 2001 and her twin, the SEVEN SEAS VOYAGER, was launched in 2002. Both ships, in addition to the company’s traditional high quality finishes, will have exclusively suites with balconies on all passenger decks.
The company’s cruises
Australia, Asia, New Zealand
USA & Canada
Seven Seas Mariner
Seven Seas Navigator
Seven Seas Voyager