Regent Seven Seas Cruises has partnered with renowned public broadcaster PBS International to curate and exclusively show 12 captivating documentaries on board its new ship Seven Seas Grandeur, A Heritage of Perfection, on a dedicated in-suite channel.
The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) is an American non-commercial, free-to-air television network headquartered in Arlington, Virginia. PBS is the best-known distributor of educational programmes to public television stations in the United States.
Seven Seas Grandeur, which will debut in November 2023, will be the first ship to feature PBS content at sea, with a lineup of fascinating documentaries ranging from ancient Amazon civilisations to WWII codebreakers, feats of engineering to exploring the world’s most extraordinary manmade wonders and lost cities.
“Seven Seas Grandeur embodies our over 30-year legacy of delivering unrivalled experiences to discerning luxury travellers, which is why partnering with PBS, with its own history of producing renowned and award-winning content, is perfect to enhance our guests’ exploration of the world,” said Andrea DeMarco, president and CEO of Regent Seven Seas “We are proud to be the first cruise line to collaborate with PBS to deliver this exclusive documentary collection, which will enlighten our guests on a range of stimulating and thought-provoking subjects while enjoying the pinnacle of personalised service, epicurean perfection, and opulent suites.””We are thrilled to be collaborating with Regent Seven Seas Cruises to bring a diverse range of compelling, thought-provoking documentaries to their discerning clients,” said Joe Barrett, Vice President of Global Sales at PBS International.
Seven Seas Grandeur will exemplify Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Heritage of Perfection with unrivalled space, unparalleled service, epicurean perfection, and transformative experiences in an eclectic range of destinations across the Mediterranean and the Caribbean due to FREE unlimited shore excursions in each port of call.
For the first time, twelve PBS documentaries will be shown at sea. Regent’s cultured guests may now continue the delight of discovery while on board with 12 engaging hour-long PBS programmes available only on Seven Seas Grandeur.