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Regent Seven Seas Cruises has appointed Andrea DeMarco president, with Jason Montague transitioning to special advisor role. She’s the first female president to take the helm in the company’s history.

Having been Regent’s chief sales and marketing officer since September 2021, DeMarco will expand her reporting line to now include revenue management, passenger services, and the company’s international sales operations, as well as provide overall strategic vision for the luxury cruise line. 

“I am so incredibly grateful for this opportunity and am honored to be taking the helm at the world’s leading luxury cruise line. Ever since being welcomed into the Regent family in 2021 I’ve been amazed by how strongly the brand is loved by our guests and travel partners, which is a result of the unrivaled talent of our teams at sea and across our global offices,” said Andrea DeMarco, in a press release statement. “I look forward to working alongside the best team in the industry and am excited to lead the company into what is a very bright future, growing The World’s Most Luxurious Fleet with the highly anticipated launch of Seven Seas Grandeur in November 2023.” 

“Having worked side-by-side with Andrea for the last 16 months, as well as having been close colleagues for even longer, I am delighted to be passing the baton to someone who I know has the knowledge, skills and experience to take Regent to the next level,” said Jason Montague, in a press release statement. “Regent is a truly special family to be a part of. From our loyal guests to our partners in the travel industry, from the team members in our global offices to the crew onboard our ships, I would like to thank each and every one of them for their support and efforts in making us the world’s leading luxury cruise line. I could not be prouder of what we have achieved together.” 

First Female President for Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Andrea has 20 years of diverse cruise industry experience across multiple areas of the business. Prior to joining Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings in 2012—where she held various positions of increasing responsibility—she worked in revenue management, corporate financial planning and charter sales at Royal Caribbean Group.

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