Regent Seven Seas
Radisson Seven Seas Cruises was formed when Diamond Cruise merged with Seven Seas Cruise Line in January 1995. Worldwide headquarters are in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. In March 2006, the line was re-branded from Radisson Seven Seas to Regent Seven Seas and became aligned with sister company Regent Hotels under one overarching brand. In December 2007, Apollo Management L.P. agreed to acquire Regent Seven Seas Cruises operations from Minneapolis-based Carlson and the acquisition was completed in the first quarter of 2008.
The cruise operations continue as a key part of the global Regent brand. RSSC, along with Oceania Cruises, is operated under Prestige Cruise Holdings, a wholly owned subsidiary of Apollo Management. The company is known for its distinctive small luxury ships offering the amenities of large ocean liners and destination-intensive cruises providing consistent high quality, service and value.
The company operates the only all-suite, all-balcony cruise ships in the world. The line reaches more than 300 destinations worldwide on every continent.