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The Royal Cruising Society has thousands of members that take cruising very seriously. They have a six-star system for rating cruises and currently, only three cruise lines on the entire planet are at the six star level. The criteria for obtaining six stars is based on the quality of the cabins, the service, and the food. The most expensive cruise lines pamper their guests with décor, textiles and amenities usually only found in boutique hotels, food reminiscent of a Michelin Star restaurant, and service so classy that sometimes can even have a butler draw your bath. These cruises have mastered service and comfort, you pay a price for never waiting in buffet lines, or never dealing with crowds. Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Seabourn, and Silver Sea Cruise lines are the only three cruise lines in the world who meet the impeccable standards necessary to qualify for a six-star rating.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Regent has four luxury liners in service, the Seven Seas Splendor, Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Mariner, and Seven Seas Navigator. IN 2020, expect their fifth, the Seven Seas Splendor, to launch her maiden voyage. Each ship carries under 1,000 passengers and provides a spa, luxury bath products, and private balconies for each guest room. They even have penthouse suites with personal butlers and in-room iPads.
#1 Buenos Aires to Los Angeles on the Regent Seven Seas Explorer
Widely recognized as the most luxurious cruise shop on the planet, the Regent Suite is a 4,000 square foot suite with two huge private balconies, two luxury spa bathrooms with jetted tubs, a full bar, three walk-in closets, a sitting room with a top-of-the-line entertainment system, and even a grand piano overlooking whichever of the seas you happen to be sailing on. This trip is over $185,000 per person and guests enjoy prepaid gratuities, in-suite massage services, unlimited complimentary laundry and dry cleaning, priority boarding, two safes to store your valuables, and even free breakfast.