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Taufe des neuesten Luxusschiffes Regent Seven Seas Explorer in Monte Carlo am 13.7.16 mit Prinzessin Charlene von Monaco als Taufpatin. Hier das Restaurant Compass Rose. #regentcruises #luxuskreuzfahrten #barefoottraveldesign

A marble-lined hallway leads passengers from the staircase to the ship's main restaurant, Compass Rose (pictured) which offers European -inspired Continental dishes in a sea-themed room seating 386 people

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Take a Tour Inside the Regent Seven Seas Explorer, Dubbed The Most Luxurious Ship Ever Built

Charlene di Monaco battezza Seven Seas Explorer

Regent Seven Seas Cruises unveiled Seven Seas Explorer, world´s most luxurious cruise ship.

ANNOUNCINGSILVER MUSE℠

Explore the elegant lifestyle of all-inclusive ultra-luxury cruising across worldwide destinations by Silversea ultra-luxury cruises.

5 great reasons to visit Phu Quoc, Vietnam - A Luxury Travel Blog

5 great reasons to visit Phu Quoc, Vietnam

5 great reasons to visit Phu Quoc, Vietnam - A Luxury Travel Blog

Εκδρομή Παξοί - Αντίπαξοι - Πάργα

Εκδρομή Παξοί - Αντίπαξοι - Πάργα

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Makes a Grand First Impression with Seven Seas Explorer

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Makes a Grand First Impression with Seven Seas Explorer

Our stunning Levantine Gold designer rug in a chic modern living room created by Jo Berryman

Levantine - Gold Rug

Levantine Gold Rug in Modern Living Room - Bazaar Velvet Contemporary Rugs

Royal Salon, Queen Mary, Long Beach, CA

One of the paintings in our reception room. Royal Salon, Queen Mary, Long Beach, CA

This is a view of the first class Lounge in the 1950s with its posh armchairs, settees and burled wood tables, all since replaced with convention furnishings.  The unicorn mural above the marble fireplace concealed a movie projector that gave the room a dual function as a cinema.

Cruise ship tours: The last of the great ocean liners

This is a view of the first class Lounge in the 1950s with its posh armchairs, settees and burled wood tables, all since replaced with convention furnishings. The unicorn mural above the marble fireplace concealed a movie projector that gave the room a dual function as a cinema.

Train car of King Ludwig II of Bavaria. Constructed c. 1860 >> now this is the way to travel

Royal rail car of Ludwig II of Bavaria. Ludwig inherited the royal train from his father Maximilian and had it extended and redecorated after his ascension The train is now in the DB Museum in Nuremberg.

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