You deserve to take a $72,000 trip on “the most luxurious ship ever built”

Christmas is the time to treat yo self and we can hardly think of a better way to do that than to book a ride on the Seven Seas Explorer. The latest member of the Regent’s Seven Seas Fleet, the Explorer is being marketed as “the most luxurious ship ever built.” Those are fighting words considering some of the other ships we’ve covered.

There aren’t that many specific details about the ship available yet, but the ship has lavish interiors, which were designed in collaboration by the firms ICRAVE, RTKL, and Tillberg Design. There’s a pool, a card playing room, a Canyon Ranch Spa, eight restaurants, and if you’re one of those rich people who like to play poor, a Culinary Arts Kitchen, where guests can make to make their very own truffled soufflés.

The Regent Suite is the most luxurious suite on the ship, at 3,875 square feet. It has two “plush” bedrooms, a private balcony, Hermès and L’Occitane bath products, a personal butler, a “guaranteed reservation” at a restaurant of your choice every night of the trip, as well as the an in-suite spa–apparently a “cruise industry first”– which offers a sauna, steam room, loungers and unlimited, complimentary treatments from Canyon Ranch Spa.

The price for this lusciousness?  The ship’s maiden voyage on July 20 from Monaco to Italy costs $71,999 per person for the suite.

That may seem totally outrageous, but guess what? It’s already booked.