Regent Seven Seas Cruises has unveiled its new 2019-20 voyages season, comprising 118 new sailings, departing from March 2019 to June 2020 aboard four of the world’s most luxurious cruise ships, Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Voyager, and Seven Seas Navigator.
Travellers can choose among new, enriching and immersive itineraries that range from seven to 131 nights in the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, Alaska, Canada and New England, Bermuda and the Caribbean, South America, Asia and Australia and the South Pacific.
A leader in luxury cruising, Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ fares include all-suite accommodation and exquisite speciality dining, free return flights, free unlimited shore excursions, free unlimited WiFi, unlimited beverages – including fine wines and premium spirits, prepaid gratuities, and transfers between airport and ship. Guests in Concierge-level suites and higher also enjoy a free one-night, pre-cruise hotel stay before embarking their ship.
Travellers can also choose among two new exciting Grand Voyages, which provide guests a regionally immersive and extended experience with no repeating ports. The 77-night, Grand Arctic Quest, sailing from London to New York aboard Seven Seas Navigator, will take guests throughout the British Isles, Iceland, Scandinavia, Greenland and New England. The 66-night, Circle South America itinerary will sail roundtrip from Miami aboard Seven Seas Mariner, circumnavigating South America and cruising the Amazon River. Guests aboard a Grand Voyage or World Cruise enjoy even more with complimentary bespoke amenities, such as free business class flights, exclusive shore-side events, unlimited laundry – including dry cleaning and pressing, a commemorative gift, and phone time per suite, among others.
Fascinating Itineraries aboard the World’s Most Luxurious Ships
Seven Seas Explorer, the most luxurious ship ever built, will sail Northern Europe and Mediterranean itineraries from April to November 2019 and cruise the Caribbean from December 2019 to February 2020. Punta Cana (Dominican Republic) will be a maiden port on Christmas Eve 2019. The ship will also offer a westward and an eastward trans-Panama Canal voyage in March 2020 before returning to Europe in April.
Travellers can choose the best value on an Alaska cruise aboard Seven Seas Mariner, which returns to the region from May to September 2019. The ship will cruise the Caribbean in October – making a maiden call on Acujulta (El Salvador) – before embarking on the 66-night South America circumnavigation voyage. After a Panama Canal transit from Miami, the 2020 World Cruise begins on 24 January from San Francisco for an epic 131-night, roundtrip itinerary.
Seven Seas Voyager will return to the Mediterranean from April to October 2019, and then sail Asia and the South Pacific from November 2019 to March 2020. Travellers can also choose one of two Australia and New Zealand itineraries in January. Maiden ports include Kos (Greece), Calvi (Corsica, France), Miyazaki (Aburatsu, Japan), and Nelson (New Zealand).
Seven Seas Navigator will ply Northern European waters in June and July 2019 and make maiden port calls on Cherbourg (France), Fishguard (Wales), Galway (Ireland), Kollafjord (Faroe Islands), Patreksfjordur and Husavik (Iceland), and Molde (Norway). The ship will sail Bermuda, Canada and New England itineraries from August to October 2019, and then reposition to sail Australia, New Zealand and South Pacific itineraries until March 2020. While in the South Pacific, Isle of Pines (New Caledonia), Phillip Island (Australia), and Adamstown (Pitcairn Islands) will also be maiden ports of call.
Enjoy More and Explore More
On selected Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Navigator sailings in Asia and the South Pacific, guests in all suite categories enjoy a free three-night, pre- or post-cruise land programme to delve deeper into the cultures and experiences of destinations such as Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Bali, Sydney, New Zealand, and Dubai and the Emirates. Additionally, guests can choose optional one- to three-night, overland programmes that take them to visit cultural landmarks only found inland, such as India’s Taj Mahal mausoleum, Cambodia’s Angkor Wat temple complex, and the Egyptian city of Luxor.