5 months, 40 countries, one luxury cruise where suites cost up to $1.7M

15:15, April 1

Picasso's works, grand pianos, and personal butlers—welcome to the future of luxury cruises from Regent Seven Seas, reports The National.

The company is organizing the World of Splendor voyage, which will take guests to 71 ports on six continents over a 140-day journey. Dubbed the most "exclusive residence at sea," the Regent Suite is the pinnacle of decadent accommodations.

The cruise will launch in Miami in January 2027 and end in New York in June. The world voyage aboard Seven Seas Splendor will take in Honolulu, Bora Bora, Singapore, and Casablanca, with regional stops in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Muscat, Doha, and Jeddah. In addition, travelers will have the opportunity to explore 73 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Prices start at $89,799 per person for the Veranda Suite H and go up to $837,299 per person for the Regent Suite. Based on prices based on double occupancy, which means couples will pay $1.7 million.

The Regent Suite is located on the 14th floor and is 412 square meters. There is a veranda of 120 square meters and a glass-enclosed solarium with sauna, steam bath, and Jacuzzi.

The luxurious suite features as well works by Picasso and a grand piano. Benefit packages include complimentary domestic first class flights or international business class flights, a private car and guide at each destination, in-room spa services, and on-call butler service.

Before traveling, travelers will stay one night at a luxury hotel in Miami and have the opportunity to attend a pre-cruise gala.

Opened in 2020, the Seven Seas Splendor Museum is renowned for its opulence and houses a $5 million art collection, including works by Joan Miró and Picasso.

Each suite has a private balcony also. Reservations open April 10, but pre-registration is already underway.

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