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first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterShe’s sleek. She’s elegant. She’s the world’s most luxurious ship. Officially welcomed to the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet on 13 July 2016, and christened by Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco, Seven Seas Explorer will offer Regent Seven Seas Cruises‘ special brand of all-inclusive luxury. From unwinding on the US $150,000 Savoir No. 1 bed in the Regent Suite to dining on specially designed Versace plates, here’s some of the reasons why Seven Seas Explorer is claiming the title of the world’s most luxurious ship ever built.552 crew members catering for the needs of only 750 guests.4822 square metres of balcony space.The size of the ship’s most opulent accommodation, the Regent Suite, is 413 square metres.US$150,000 was spent to set up the luxurious Savoir No. 1 bed found in the Master Bedroom of the Regent Suite. The mattress alone retails for US$90,000.Guests who book the Regent Suite will receive unlimited complimentary treatments in the comfort of their personal in-suite spa retreat.400 Versace place settings designed exclusively for Regent Seven Seas Cruises in Compass Rose.2148 bottles of champagne ordered for Seven Seas Explorer‘s maiden voyage, along with 5712 bottles of red and white wine.Guests enjoy 907 kilograms of lobster at the gourmet restaurants on board during a typical 14–night cruise.158 exquisitely designed crystal chandeliers are found throughout the various restaurants, lounges and other public spaces.4262 square metres of marble found throughout the ship, with more than half of it being Carrera marble from Italy. That’s nearly enough marble to cover the base of the The Great Pyramid of Giza five times.Signature Luxury Travel & Style takes to the seasCathy Wagstaff, Signature Media’s Group Editor & CEO, will be one of the first people – and one of the only Australians – in the world to experience the newest jewel in the dazzling Regent crown, joining one of the ship’s first-ever voyages from Rome on 13 August 2016.Regent has prepared an exciting itinerary for the group of first-time guests, including a welcome reception in Meridian Lounge, dinners at Compass Rose, Pacific Rim, Prime 7 and Chartreuse, and a  ‘Majestic Mediterranean’ cooking class in the Culinary Arts Kitchen.To see more from the journey, follow @signatureluxurytravel on Instagram.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img