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VIEW SEVEN SEAS SPLENDOR DECK PLANS


The Seven Seas Splendor started sailing earlier this year carrying 750 passengers around Europe. The Italian built ship measures 734ft loa and comes in at 56,182gt. The ships main highlight would definitely be the over 46,000 square-feet of Italian marble used throughout. The ultra-luxury ship also boasts an impressive $5 million curated fine art collection of museum-quality 20th- and 21st-century art. In total, the all-balcony/all-suite ship has nearly 52,000 square-feet of private balcony space. The ultimate suite is the impressive 4,443 square-foot Regent Suite.

Inside the vessel, on decks, 4 and 5, are all public areas including the two-deck-high main theater and dining room on deck 3.

Constellation Lounge on Seven Seas Splendor
Constellation Lounge on Seven Seas Splendor
Compass Rose
Compass Rose

Amidships is the bottom floor of the main atrium.

Main Atrium on Seven Seas Splendor

Also found here are the Splendor Lounge and Casino.

Splendor Lounge on Seven Seas Splendor
Splendor Lounge on Seven Seas Splendor
Splendor Lounge on Seven Seas Splendor
Casino on Seven Seas Splendor

Deck 4 has the second deck of the main theater. This deck is also where the lifeboats are located. On the Splendor, they’re all mounted fully inboard. In between the forward and aft boats, there’s a small outdoor promenade. On the portside one is the outdoor section of the Coffee Connection.

Coffee Connection on Seven Seas Splendor

Also near this area is the Meridian Lounge and around the atrium is the reception and concierge. At the back of the deck is the Pacific Rim restaurant and the Spa.

Pacific Rim Entrance on Seven Seas Splendor
Pacific Rim restaurant on Seven Seas Splendor

Deck 6 is where the cabins start. At the aft section, there’s the fitness area.

Decks 7, 8, and 9 are all balcony suites.

The forward area of deck 10 is the navigation bridge and officer cabins aft of it. The back part of this deck is a collection of public areas including Chartreuse, The Study, and Prime 7.

Chartreuse lounge on Seven Seas Splendor

Deck 11 contains the observation lounge forward. Aft of that is the card room, Connoisseur Club, and the library.

Also found here is the Culinary Arts demo kitchen where guests can learn new recipes and take instruction from trained chefs.

Aft of that is the main pool area with the standard attractions found there.

The back of the deck is the La Veranda casual restaurant.

Deck 11 contains some of the biggest suites forward and then aft is the outdoor sun deck. Deck 12 is only a forward partial deck with suites and contains the ships largest suite.

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