RSSC appeals primarily to well-traveled and well-heeled passengers in their 50s and 60s (Regent says the average age is 58), but younger guests, honeymooners, and older cruisers pepper the mix as well. Many passengers are frequent cruisers who have also sailed on Silversea, Seabourn, and Crystal, or are taking a step up from Holland America, Celebrity, Princess, or one of the other mainstream lines. Though they have sophisticated tastes and can do without a lot of inane shipboard activities, they also appreciate the line's less formal ambience. On our recent cruises, casual nights in the main dining room saw some guests dressed in polo shirts and jackets and others in nice T-shirts with khakis and sneakers. You're also likely to find some women with full makeup, coifed hairdos, coordinated jewelry, shoes, and handbags, and many men sporting businessman bling. A kids' program on summer sailings and some holiday sailings attracts some families, but the limited number of third berths in suites tends to keep those numbers down as does the lack of kids' facilities.
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