This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from the Regent Seven Seas Explorer in Monte Carlo, Monaco. Weighing in at 55,254 gross-registered tons, this all-suite, all-balcony ship carries 750 guests. Departing for its maiden voyage on July 20, 2016, the Seven Seas Explorer will cruise around Europe before heading to Miami, where it will offer Caribbean cruises. Joining the show will be Patrick Surry, Chief Data Scientist at Hopper, to discuss smart travel choices. Captain Stanislas Gerard Jean Mercier de Lacombe talks about being in command of the ship, and Chef Aurelien Dumeylet walks us through the menu and food preparation on board. There’s all of this and more when the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from the Seven Seas Explorer in Monte Carlo, Monaco.
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Patrick Surry, Chief Data Scientist at Hopper, offers tips on how the average consumer can make smart travel choices.
James Shillinglaw, Editor at Large of Travel Market Report, joins the show to discuss the U.S. travel agency market today.
Gene Sloan of USA Today sits down to share his experiences sailing on over 100 cruise ships.
Frank Del Rio, President and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line, talks about the evolution of the cruise industry, upcoming Disney River Cruises, and how cruises are being marketed directly for China.
Arnie Weismann, Editor-in-Chief for Travel Weekly, drops by the show to talk about exactly what luxury means and how that is changing.
Mark Braude, author of Making Monte Carlo: A History of Speculation and Spectacle, joins the show to reveal some of the lesser known scandalous aspects of Monte Carlo’s history that led to its image of fame and luxury.
Captain Stanislas Gerard Jean Mercier De Lacombe, shares what passengers can expect from The Seven Seas Explorer on its maiden voyage.
Bruce Wallin, Editorial Director of the Robb Report, talks about the advances in luxury travel on the show.
Tom Klein, COO of Canyon Ranch Spa, explains what separates the Canyon Ranch Spa on The Seven Seas Explorer from all other spas—on land, as well as on other cruises.
Aurelien Dumeylet, Executive Chef of Seven Seas Explorer, joins us to talk about the ship’s Pan-Asian specialty restaurant, Pacific Rim, as well as Chartreuse, the ship’s French restaurant.
Kim Lanza, Room Designer for ICrave, joins the show to share her insight into where interior design and architecture is heading and how spaces from airports to hospitals are being reinvented.
By Janeth Zarate for PeterGreenberg.com