Regent Seven Seas Cruises is known for its unrivalled culinary experience. The line has all the ingredients for a true epicurean’s dream vacation serving sumptuous, fine-dining fare across a range of exquisite restaurants that rival the very best on land in terms of taste, service and ambient surroundings.
To ensure that gourmands sailing with Regent Seven Seas Cruises are completely satisfied, the luxury cruise line is recommending seven extraordinary 2021 European sailings. These unique voyages provide the opportunity to visit a Michelin Star restaurant in the destinations explored. Bon voyage and bon appetite!
Dinner with Stars
- Geranium in Copenhagen, Denmark
On August 6, 2021, Seven Seas Splendor sails from London (Southampton) to Copenhagen, Denmark in 14 nights. Guests will enjoy long summer days, beautiful scenery and eclectic culture of the Baltics visiting 10 ports across Norway, Sweden, Latvia, Estonia, Russia and Finland, including an overnight in both Sweden and Russia. And, what better way to end the cruise than by having dinner at the only restaurant in Denmark with no less than 3 Michelin stars; Geranium in Copenhagen. A combination of nature and technology is at the heart of chef Rasmus Kofoed’s progressive menu – the dishes have been described as edible art.
- La Vague d’Or in Saint-Tropez, France
Departing Italy’s capital Rome, on August 22, 2021, Seven Seas Mariner arrives in Monaco 10 nights later following a wonderful tour of the western Mediterranean visiting destinations in Italy, France and Spain. Classic ports of call include Livorno, Italy and Toulon, France, plus more unusual stops such as Ibiza, Spain. The ship leaves St-Tropez at around 11.00pm on the penultimate day of the cruise, which allows ample time to enjoy a dinner at La Vague d’Or a highly celebrated restaurant, recognized with no less than three Michelin Stars. The venue is located at the exclusive Cheval Blanc, St Tropez hotel, surrounded by palm trees and sea views. Chef Arnaud Donckele prepares exceptional Mediterranean cuisine with a nod to Normandy, where his roots lie.
- The Blue Bay in Monte Carlo, France
Seven Seas Mariner sails from Barcelona to Monte Carlo, Monaco enjoying the highlights of the western Mediterranean on a nine-night cruise September 18, 2021, visiting ports in Spain, France and Italy. Monte Carlo is one of the ten districts of Monaco, known for its beautiful beaches, casinos and rich and famous residents, so it’s little wonder that there are no less than six restaurants with Michelin Stars. The Blue Bay restaurant is located in the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort, accessible by helicopter since the hotel has its own helicopter platform. Enjoy an exquisite dinner filled with Mediterranean and Caribbean flavors from the terrace with views over the sea.
- Il Ridotto in Venice, Italy
Seven Seas Voyager sails from Athens, Greece to Rome (Civitavecchia) September 23, 2021, for a dream cruise around the eastern Mediterranean discovering the wonders of Greece, Turkey, Croatia and Italy. The ship overnights in Venice, which is the perfect opportunity for guests to treat themselves at Il Ridotto, one of five restaurants in “La Serenissima” awarded one or two Michelin Stars. Il Ridotto was opened in 2006 by Gianni Bonaccorsi and the menu features only the highest quality ingredients from both land and sea. The small, yet elegant restaurant has a modest nine tables, so it would be recommended to book in advance.
- Spondi in Athens, Greece
Sailing October 28, 2021 Seven Seas Splendor departs from the port of Istanbul, Turkey via Kusadasi, Turkey and five Greek islands, to Athens, Greece. The city of Greek antiquity, Athens has three Michelin Star restaurants including Spondi, a two-Star recipient. In 2002 the restaurant was the first in Athens to receive this recognition with a menu that features French-inspired dishes, paired with Greek, French and Italian wines.
- Lasarte in Barcelona, Spain
Departing Venice, Italy, September 8, 2021 Seven Seas Mariner journeys to a number of Italian ports, as well as destinations in Greece, Monaco and France over 10 nights, disembarking in Barcelona, Spain. A country famed for its exquisite food, it’s no wonder that Barcelona alone has 20 restaurants with one or more Michelin Stars. Lasarte has earned three Stars by offering, not just a meal, but an epic journey for the senses, featuring authentic Spanish and Catalan dishes with a modern twist composed by chef Martin Berasategui.
Le Pressoir d’Argent in Bordeaux, France
A ten-night cruise sees Seven Seas Voyager sail from London (Southampton), UK to Barcelona, Spain August 19, 2020 and explores ports in France, Spain and Portugal. A highlight of the cruise is an overnight stay in Bordeaux, renowned for its cabernet sauvignon and merlot wines. In addition to fine wines, gastronomic connoisseurs also have eight Michelin Star restaurants to discover. Le Pressoir d’Argent by chef Gordon Ramsey is named after the custom lobster press it houses, created by renowned silversmith Christofle. The restaurant owes its two Stars to a perfect execution of the cuisine of the Aquitaine region, together with impeccable service.
A Luxury Cruise Line for the Gourmand, on Land and at Sea
While guests explore epicurean highlights of Europe, on board, Regent Seven Seas Cruises curates exquisite dining experiences, in up to five wonderful dining venues on any one ship, offering culinary experiences that rival any found on land.
Compass Rose features a multitude of elegant choices and customized entrees, served on Versace dinnerware. Authentic Italian specialties and fine wines are the order of the day in Sette Mari at La Veranda, complete with al-fresco dining. With a chic Parisian fine dining ambiance, Chartreuse offers classic French cuisine with a modern twist in a celebration of French gastronomy. Prime Seven is a glamorous yet comfortable steakhouse with a sophisticated ambiance and gourmet menu. For lovers of Asian cuisine, the dramatic Pacific Rim restaurant, exclusively on Seven Seas Splendor and Seven Seas Explorer, delights guests with tantalizing pan-Asian delights in intricate architectural surroundings.
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