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Whether you plan to travel on the new Seven Seas Explorer or not, it is always nice to have a nose at their brand new top end suites.

The two suite designs pictured. The 55 Penthouse Suites (pictured above and below) exude elegance, inspired by exquisite sapphire jewelry. The suite features brilliant blue accents, handcrafted, custom-made furnishings, and expansive private verandas that stretch out nearly 10-feet. Ranging up to 626 square-feet, the Penthouse Suite also features a stylish entertainment center that separates the living room and bedroom, a marble-topped bar, intimate dining area and a luxurious bathroom.

Concierge Suites (pictured below) account for a majority of the accommodations aboard Seven Seas Explorer with 140 suites in total, and the design conceit is shared with the Superior Suite category which accounts for an additional 88 suites.The Concierge Suite’s design was inspired by the luxurious vacation homes found in Cape Cod with an incredible focus on function, craftsmanship and using only the most luxurious materials.

The Concierge Suite features a spacious floor plan, measuring up to 460 square-feet, with a European king-sized Suite Slumber Bed that faces outwards towards the veranda, offerings stunning sea views. The living, dining & entertaining area provides ample space to refresh and relax, while the expansive balcony stretches the entire width of the room and comes appointed with plush outdoor furnishings.

To find out what is included on this luxury cruise, take a peek at my more in depth article about this ship and see the latest photos in my review of the Seven Seas Explorer.

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