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Learn to cook while cruising the Seven Seas

Launched in July, Regent’s Seven Seas Explorer is a massive 223-metre cruise ship that will ferry guests around the globe in ultimate luxury. One of the ship’s finest features is the Regent Suite, a 412-square-metre space that starts at $5,000 ($6,630 AUD) per night per person and offers a private car and driver at every port as well as an in-room spa service with unlimited complimentary treatments. But the in-room spa service is not the only option onboard. Global wellness company Canyon Ranch partnered with Regent Seven Seas to create the SpaClub at Sea. In addition to treatments inspired by the seven seas, there is a weight-training and cardio centre, a full-service salon, a Finnish sauna and an aromatic steam room.

Other amenities include two upscale restaurants: Chartreuse, which offers classic French cuisine, and Pacific Rim, which serves Pan-Asian meals. The Seven Seas Explorer will also house the Culinary Arts Kitchen, an 18-station centre that offers individualised cooking lessons and a culinary team that will lead onshore tours to explore Michelin-starred restaurants, local food markets, vineyard estates and wineries in various port cities. (rssc.com; canyonranch.com)

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