Seven Seas Splendor float out

With a ceremonial good luck champagne bottle shattered against the freshly-painted Seven Seas Splendor™ hull, the highly anticipated new Regent Seven Seas Cruises® luxury ship celebrated a major construction milestone recently as she floated from the building dry dock to touch the sea for the first time.

With a ceremonial good luck champagne bottle shattered against the freshly-painted Seven Seas Splendor hull, the highly anticipated new Regent Seven Seas Cruises luxury ship celebrated a major construction milestone recently as she floated from the building dry dock to touch the sea for the first time.

Now buoyant at Fincantieri’s shipyard in Ancona, Italy, final-stage construction on Seven Seas Splendor will focus on her interior spaces including 375 lavish suites, elegant lounges and gourmet restaurants that will all represent luxury perfected. The fifth ship in Regent’s fleet sets sail in February 2020.

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