Seven Seas Splendor
cruise ship visits Greencastle
GREENCASTLE is today
hosting the Seven Seas Splendor cruise ship. This
luxurious vessel has a 746 guest capacity with 548 staff
members onboard. The ship left Stornoway in Scotland
yesterday evening and arrived at Greencastle this
morning at 8:50 am.
Seven Seas Splendor is currently on a 12 day cruise,
from Copenhagen to Southhampton. The trip started on the
26th July and shore excursions for guests today include
a trip around Inishowen (Grianan of Aileach Fort and
Doagh Famine Village).
The Seven Seas Splendor
anchored off Greencastle. A tender boat prepares to drop
passengers at Greencastle Harbour.
The luxurious Seven Seas
Splendor is a cruise ship for Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
No matter how you choose to live on Seven Seas Splendor,
the same exceptional standards of design, comfort and
all-inclusive luxury apply to every suite, of which
there are 373. Layouts range from 307 to 4,443 square
feet and all include a furnished private balcony.
Often described as the crossroads of the ship, the
Atrium is an inspiring testament to the grandeur of
ocean travel. A cascading stairwell makes it a natural
gathering place for guests, and it opens upon Compass
Rose, the signature restaurant, to create a dazzling
As you'd expect from a luxury ship, food and drink are
abundant, with seven restaurants, as well as a