NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Cruise line Regent Seven Seas launched its newest ship "The Explorer" in Monaco on Wednesday, which is being called the most luxurious ship ever built, Bloomberg TV's Scarlet Fu reported on "Bloomberg Markets" this afternoon.
The cost to rent a suite on the lavish cruise liner is $10,000 per night.
Despite the uncertainty of the political and economic situation in Europe after Britain voted to leave the European Union, parent-company Norwegian Cruise Line (NCLH - Get Report) CEO Frank Del Rio says he has no concerns about the launch.
"I think this is a great time to launch a new luxury vessel. Especially this one. The demand for this has been through the roof since the day we opened up for business 18 months ago. She is sold out all the way through the end of 2016 and a good part of 2017," Del Rio said.
The type of customer the luxury ship attracts are resilient to economic volatility and the kind of geopolitical events that have occurred this year, he said.
The company has been monitoring bookings across its three brands and have seen no negative implications in spite of the bound dropping 10% after the U.K. referendum, he added.
Regent Seven Seas, Oceanic Cruises, and Norwegian Cruise Lines earn 80% of their business from North America, mostly the U.S., Del Rio explained.
"As long as the U.S. Economy does well, we do well. Even in tougher times, the industry has shown time and time again of its resiliency," he said.
The ship weighs in at 56,000 tons that holds 750 guests in suites, each with its own balcony.
The $10,000 a night suite comes with a limousine, a private driver, a guide at every port, a 24-hour butler, a $500,000 Steinway piano, and a $150,000 Savior bed.