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Regent ships complete $40 million makeover

Posted by Anita Dunham-Potter On January - 16 - 2009

Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced that it has completed the $40 million refurbishments of Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Voyager. The work — which included the creation of a new restaurant, Prime 7 — was completed prior to the start of the world voyages for both 700-passenger ships. Voyager was finished in December, with Mariner just completed, both at Grand Bahama Shipyard.

Prime 7 is the line’s contemporary interpretation of a traditional grill restaurant and replaces Latitudes, which offered an Indochine menu. Other work included the re-design of lounges and public rooms to create more spacious areas for relaxation and the creation of new lounge and dining areas around the Pool Grill.

More casual dining options are now available with the installation of a pizza oven and an ice cream bar. An extended coffee and snack bar area was created on Seven Seas Voyager, similar to the Coffee Connection on Seven Seas Mariner.

The second phase of the refurbishment program, a similar makeover for Seven Seas Navigator, is scheduled for April 2010.

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