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Regent Unveils Seven Seas Explorer

Company calls it the "most luxurious ship ever built"

Regent Seven Seas Explorer
Regent Seven Seas Explorer

It's being called the "most luxurious ship ever build." Regent Seven Seas Cruises unveiled plans to create the Seven Seas Explorer on Tuesday. The ship will carry passengers beginning in July of 2016. It's currently under construction in Italy.

The ship includes a "Regent Suite" which is one massive two-bedroom suite with a built in spa. Guests can get unlimited treatments and they'll also enjoy a glass enclosed seating area with a 270-degree view. Staying in the luxury suite will cost passengers $5,000 dollars per person per day, according to the Miami Herald. That's much more than the $1,650 dollars a night per person for the largest suite Regent currently offers.

Even guests who aren't staying in the massive suite will enjoy a luxury experience. The ship will only carry 750 guests, giving it the highest space ratio in the cruise industry. The ship will have 3 restaurants on board for passengers to choose from.