Want to travel in absolute style and luxury, then you’ll want to listen to this interview with Annabelle and Allen about Regent Seven Seas cruises…
What is exciting about Regent Seven Seas Cruises?
They are the most beautiful ships. What we call ‘6-star luxury’.
You’ll have amazing experience aboard these luxurious ships that sail to over 330 destinations around the world, constantly changing.
Great service, fantastic food and service. Fantastic excursions. Wonderfully comfortable accommodation. Meeting new people everyday and new cultural experiences.
Regent Seven Seas cruises are a luxury product and an all-inclusive product. Which means that there is nothing more to pay when you get on board which makes your whole travel experience totally worry-free.
All your meals, beverages (including alcoholic), entertainment, activities, gratuities and excursions are included.
When people come on board, rather than tending to stick together, as a family unit perhaps, they start to break out into larger circles of socialising because there’s no complexity to engaging with other people because they don’t have to worry about who shouted last, or we can’t dine with them because we might be able to afford the restaurant they choose.
What is the entertainment on-board like?
First of all the theatres on-board are full-size theatres so there’s never a bad seat in the house.
There is various entertainment including musicals, cabaret, circuses and comedians.
They also have smaller duo and solo performers performing throughout the ship.
During the day what kind of activities are there?
During the day there are shore excursions (which are all included in your cruise fare) with tour guides.
If you don’t want to go on the shore excursions and stay on-board the ship, you can always enjoy the Canyon Ranch spa.
There is always art auctions, trivia games, the Internet centre and wifi (which is also included with your cruise fare).
About Annabelle Brown
Spent most of her working life in travel and tourism. Began with selling Australia to the rest of the world, but then changed to the cruise-line industry, selling the rest of the world to Australians.