Naming Contest for Regent’s New Ship

Posted By on Sep 6, 2017 | 3 comments


Regent Seven Seas Cruises have launched a naming contest for it’s new ship that will debut in 2020.

The luxury cruise line are giving guests a chance to name the ship from now until 29th September 2017 with the official name being announced on 15th November 2017. The submissions must begin with “Seven Seas” and end in “er” or “or” in order for them to qualify. There will be three winners that are chosen at random and these winners will earn themselves a complimentary cruise for themselves and a guest on the new ship’s christening voyage.

The competition is also open to people living in the United States and Canada, with the exception of Quebec. Regent are expecting a very large number of submissions which will give them a wide range of names to choose from.

The president and CEO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Jason Montague, commented: “Regent Seven Seas Cruises is known for our fleet of the world’s most luxurious ships, our exciting worldwide itineraries, and the most exceptional staff and crew, who tirelessly deliver highly personalised service every day. The name of our new ship will embody all of these qualities, as well as our quarter-century legacy of the world’s most inclusive luxury experience.”

If you are interested in submitting a name for the new ship, please visit Regent’s website for more information: www.RSSC.com/LuxuryPerfected.

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  1. Seven Seas Commander

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  2. Seven Seas Seafarer

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  3. Hi Thomas and Carol, both names that you suggested sound perfect for the new ship. To stand a chance of winning the competition, please visit Regent’s website to submit both of these names: http://www.RSSC.com/LuxuryPerfected.

    If you need any further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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