Regent Seven Seas Cruises Ships Meet in Bermuda

FORT LAUDERDALE, April 28 – Regent Seven Seas Cruises offered guests aboard the 700-guest all-suite, all-balcony ships Seven Seas Voyager® and Seven Seas Mariner® an extraordinary treat as the celebrated ultra-luxury ships docked side-by-side in Hamilton, Bermuda this past weekend. The dual docking marked a rare event for Regent Seven Seas and its guests. The line’s international itineraries seldom allow the ships to simultaneously travel the same regions of the world, let alone meet in the same port. Seven Seas Mariner is in the midst of a 12-night Bermuda cruise which departed roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale; Seven Seas Voyager is nearing the completion of a 17-day transatlantic voyage from Piraeus, Greece to Fort Lauderdale on the final leg of its World Cruise.

In honor of this extraordinary mid-voyage meeting, Regent Seven Seas hosted a dual-vessel, bloody mary cocktail party, welcoming guests to visit either ship for a historic celebration that began at 10 a.m. Saturday and lasted through the day. Although the Bermuda meeting was unusual, it is actually the Regent Seven Seas fleet’s third visit to this sunny archipelago this year. Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Voyager and 490-guest, all-suite Seven Seas Navigator all visited Bermuda in April. For full information on all 2008 and 2009 Regent Seven Seas voyages, please visit