Regent Seven Seas Cruises announces new 2018-19 voyages
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has opened its summer 2018 and spring 2019 voyage collection, comprising of more than 100 alluring itineraries aboard Seven Seas Voyager, Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Navigator, and the newly launched Seven Seas Explorer. These four ships will call at some of the most fascinating destinations in the world, among which are 28 maiden ports and 23 breath-taking UNESCO World Heritage sites.
“We’ve created a highly impressive array of voyages worldwide that will delight and awe our guests,” said Jason Montague, president and CEO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “For the intrepid traveller, we also introduced a new Grand Voyage that delves into the Northern Atlantic and Arctic Circle, as well as our 13th annual World Cruise. There is no better inclusive-luxury experience than Regent and we look forward to sharing the world with our guests.”
Launched in July 2016 and recognised as the most luxurious ship ever built, Seven Seas Explorer returns to Europe for a second consecutive summer season in May 2018. The ship will sail throughout the Mediterranean, North and Baltic seas on seven- to 12-night voyages and make maiden calls at Portimao (Portugal); Lysekil (Sweden); and Bodo and Haugesund (Norway).
Seven Seas Explorer then commences its maiden Africa season on two epic voyages that showcase the continent’s west coast, a 24-night, Lisbon (Portugal)-to-Cape Town (South Africa) itinerary, followed by a 15-night, round-trip New Year’s voyage. The ship then heads west to South America for its vibrant rhythms, colours and cultures as it rounds the horn to Los Angeles via the western coast.
Seven Seas Voyager also will sail the Mediterranean in summer 2018, with maiden calls at Korcula and Hvar (Croatia); Saint-Raphael (France); and Lipari (Sicily, Italy). The ship will winter in the Caribbean, new ports-of-call are picturesque Port Antonio (Jamaica), as well as Charlestown (Nevis).
Seven Seas Mariner will offer a variety of adventures throughout the Pacific, new ports of call including Broome (Australia), and Oarai (Japan).
Regent Seven Seas’ most intimate ship, Seven Seas Navigator, will offer three very distinct programmes, starting with an 89-night, Grand Arctic Splendour voyage that begins and ends in New York. On this adventure, Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, and Archangel, Russia, will be maiden ports.