Seven Seas Splendor is being built in Ancona, Italy and will offer her 750 guests the most luxurious accommodations as she sails to the world’s famous destinations and less-familiar hidden gems.
The all-suite, all-balcony ship is a work of art, from bow to stern, perfecting uncompromised luxury with elegance, comfort and personalized guest service. More than 46,000 square-feet of Italian marble will adorn Seven Seas Splendor – over an acre of marble – and her 375 suites include nearly 52,000 square-feet of balcony space.
She features the 4,443 square-foot Regent Suite, complete with an in-suite spa retreat featuring a personal sauna, steam room and treatment area, a $200,000 Hästens Vividus bed, unobstructed 270-degree views over the ship’s bow from the wraparound veranda, a personal butler and car and driver in every port. The Regent Suite sets the tone for her 14 other astonishing suite categories to offer the most luxurious accommodations at sea.
Seven Seas Splendor will be the first newly-built cruise ship to be helmed by a female captain, Captain Serena Melani.
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Date: 2020-02-10Seven Seas Splendor, the ship that Perfects Luxury, offers 375 spacious suites across 15 suite categories. Luxury is found in intricate details, exquisite finishings and enormous balcony space. More than 46,000 square-feet of Italian marble adorns Seven Seas Splendor -- more than an acre of marble -- including the marble-detailed bathrooms in each of her suites. Nearly 52,000 square-feet of balcony space is found on the all-balcony vessel -- larger than the size of an American football field and averaging 138 square feet of balcony space per suite. Approximately 500 crystal chandeliers illuminates the ship’s interior.