Cruise Regent Seven Seas ships getting major upgrades By Tom Stieghorst / January 20, 2016 Share 1 Regent said the Navigator will emerge as essentially a new ship from an interior-design perspective. -- Regent Seven Seas Cruises plans to spend $125 million upgrading its fleet to the standards of the Seven Seas Explorer, a new ship due out in July.The renovations will begin with the Seven Seas Navigator in a scheduled dry dock in April. Improvements will be made to Seven Seas Voyager in late 2016 and Seven Seas Mariner in the spring of 2017.“These renovations will bring a new level of elegance to the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet,” said president and COO Jason Montague.Montague said the idea is to refurbish the public spaces and suites to the same level featured on Seven Seas Explorer, providing guests with a consistent look and feel, no matter which Regent ship they’re on. The library is among the public spaces on the Navigator that will be renovated. Regent said the Navigator will emerge as essentially a new ship from an interior-design perspective, with changes made to all of the suites, the reception area, the library, the Compass Rose and La Veranda restaurants, and the Galileo and Navigator lounges.The Navigator’s last major overhaul occurred in May 2012.