Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced Wednesday that its 700-passenger Seven Seas Voyager will get a multi-million dollar upgrade.
Areas that will be refurbished include Penthouse Suites; the Horizon and Observation lounges; the Constellation Theater; the atrium; balconies and outdoor areas on decks 11 and 12. Interior sections of the ship will get new carpet, and all public spaces will be decorated with “an eclectic selection of original artwork,” the Miami-based cruise line said.
Frank Del Rio, the chairman and CEO of parent company Prestige Cruise Holdings, is selecting the art.
The ship will be refurbished during routine dry dock maintenance starting Oct. 14 in France. The first voyage, post-facelift, will depart Rome on Oct. 23.