Her sister ship, the Seven Seas Voyager, features the largest "lead-in" suites at sea: 356-square feet including balcony. Her four dining venues include Signatures, the world's second Le Cordon Bleu restaurant, and the unique "Latitudes" designed to celebrate the "American Palate".
The 33,000 ton, all-suite, 490-guest Seven Seas Navigator debuted in 1999 and features all ocean-view suites (90 percent with private balconies), plus fine dining options and generous space-per-guest ratios.
In July 2014, Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced the order of a new luxury cruise ship for its fleet. The new vessel will be named: Seven Seas Explorer.