You won’t pay extra or have to sign your name and cabin number each time you have a drink on Regent Seven Seas Cruises. The company instituted a free booze policy in 2007. Regent becomes even more inclusive in 2010 by including complimentary shore excursions.
In this post, I’ve uploaded three photos taken just moments ago showing the balcony and the view from suite 834 on Regent Seven Seas Mariner. It’s always worth it to book a balcony stateroom, and on Regent, you have a wide selection of balcony suites available to you.
One of the items on the menu in Prime 7 is Alaskan King Crab Legs. My dinner companions were in awe when the waiter placed a dish in front of me described as a “two pound cluster of sweet Alaskan crab legs served with drawn butter.” I shared the plate with two of my media… [Read More]
I’ve just been looking over a press release about all the good cruise values being offered. There’s two-for-one pricing, kids sail free, early-booking offers — and more. Personally, I think it’s a great time to latch on to some of the bargains and plan a get-away for the spring or summer. Following is a sampling of… [Read More]
I entered Prime 7 yesterday 15 minutes before it opened. The staff, pictured here, was getting a lecture from the maitre ‘d, who sounded like a coach, laying out the game plan for the night and emphasizing the importance of good service. Like most of its competitors, Regent takes service seriously. The company even keeps… [Read More]