The line originally launched by Carlson Companies as Radisson Seven Seas and now NCL owned is celebrating 30 years of cruising.
The luxury cruise line Regent Seven Sea is hitting the "Big Three O" this year, and they are planning to celebrate.
President and CEO Jason Montague said, 'We are incredibly excited to be celebrating our pearl anniversary, three decades of setting the standard in luxury travel, and I cannot wait to see what the next 30 years will bring. This wouldn't be possible without the ongoing support from our incredible team both shipboard and shoreside, loyal guests, and valued travel partners."
Franco Semeraro, SVP of hotel operations, has been with the company since it was building its first ship. "I couldn't be prouder to have been part of such an incredibly talented team with so many successes over the past 30 years, and I truly look forward to what's to come as we continue to elevate the luxury experience."
Regent was first launched as Radisson Seven Seas Cruise and then renamed Regent and sold to Apollo Investment, which also owned Oceania Cruises. Apollo later sold both Oceania and Regent to Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, the current parent company.
Anniversary voyages of seven to 21 days on each Regent ship will feature commemorative pins and gifts, an anniversary party, specialty cocktails, and one-of-a-kind dining options, unique entertainment, etc.
The line currently operates five ships, with a sixth under construction.