Regent Seven Seas Declares Its Return To The Cruising

Regent Seven Seas Cruises recently announced its return to sailing with Seven Seas Splendor cruising from the UK beginning September 2021. The Journey will mark the cruise line’s return to service. Besides, Seven Seas Splendor’s inaugural season will take place, with the ship having only completed two cruises with guests after being designated in February 2020.
Luxury travelers will soon be able to once again enjoy the unrivaled Regent experience with the serene mindset that comes with the multi-layered SailSafe health and safety program.
“Come September we will have the double celebration of our return to the seas as we also recommence the inaugural season of the ship that perfects luxury, Seven Seas Splendor,” said Jason Montague, president and chief executive officer, Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
“With the immaculate design, luxurious suites, exquisite cuisine, dynamic entertainment, and outstanding personalized service, Seven Seas Splendor was one of the most highly-anticipated ships to launch in the history of cruising, and my promise to our loyal and eager guests is that without a doubt she will be worth the wait,” he added.
The cruise line intends to preserve originally planned circuits and global health environment at the time, presenting guests with the exceptional cruise and destination experience which they have come to expect from Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
What is a Multi-Layered SailSAFE Health & Safety Program?
Regent Seven Seas Cruises built upon its existing comprehensive health and safety protocols by establishing the SailSAFE health and safety program, a rigid and science oriented strategy that creates multiple layers of protection against COVID-19. They organized this Program during its voluntary suspension of sailings.
Seven Seas Splendor debuted in February 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic caused the cruising industry to hit the pause button in March.
“The well-being of our guests, crew and communities we visit has always been of paramount importance, and our SailSAFE health and safety program ensures it continues to be without diminishing the guest experience,” said Jason Montague.
Talking about the offerings, Montague said, “Offering unrivaled space at sea, our ships perfectly balance safety with comfort and freedom through spacious suites, multiple gourmet dining options and expansive social areas.”
Regent Seven Seas announced a further pause in operations for the rest of the fleet Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Navigator and Seven Seas Voyager till September 30.