Interliners are often put off by the alleged high price of a Regent Seven Seas cruise. Well we want to help put that in perspective by doing a side by side comparison for you with a comparable cruise on Princess.
Remember that the interline price on a Regent Seven Seas cruise includes pretty much everything, while the interline price on a Princess cruise just includes the cruise.
So let’s look at two similar sailings side by side so you can see the real price difference.
|Cruise Line||Regent Seven Seas||Princess|
|Ship||Seven Seas Voyager||Island Princess|
|Size of Ship (guests)||490||2,657|
|Staff to Guest Ratio||1 to 1.4||1 to 3|
|Space to Guess Ratio||58.3||34.6|
|Category||Dlx Verandah Suite||Mini-Suite|
|Bar Drinks with Tip||Included||$200.00|
|Frozen Drinks/Bottled Water/Soft Drinks||Included||$80.00|
|Government Fees & Taxes||Included||$201.00|
|Total per Person||$3,375||$3,759|
|Spend per Day||$306.82||$313.25|
So even if you were to book a balcony on the Princess sailing, it is $1,599, $400 less than the mini-suite and you still spent as much as you would have booking the Regent Seven Seas and get a cabin that is not as nice as the suite on Regent Seven Seas!
I tried to be conservative on the costs. I know there are interliners out there who are going to spend well over $20 day on drinks and more than $8 a day on bottled water, soft drinks and frozen drinks. Plus in the Med is it very easy to spend more than $140 per port on a shore excursion, especially the really cool ones.
So the next time you see prices on Regent Seven Seas, remember that those prices includes a lot more than just the cruise.
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