Seven Seas Splendor will sail in Northern Europe and the Baltic for the first time (Image: Regent Seven Seas Cruises)
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has planned 146 itineraries featuring calls at 27 new ports, 116 overnights, shore excursions to more than 350 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and complimentary pre- and post-cruise land tours for 2021-2022.
Spanning April 2021 to May 2022, the new voyage collection will include 10 voyages in Asia with multiple overnight stays, the line’s first sailings to ports in the Black Sea region since 2014, and a scenic journey to Antarctica sailing near Deception Island, Paradise Bay, and Half Moon Island.
Other highlights will include Seven Seas Splendor’s first cruises in Northern Europe and the Baltic, as well as Seven Seas Explorer’s maiden itineraries in Alaska. Plus, there will be three ‘Grand Voyages’. The 94-night ‘Grand Arctic Adventure’ will sail roundtrip from New York, US, while the 59-night ‘Grand European Tour’ will take guests from Sweden to Turkey, and the 62-night ‘Circle South America’ roundtrip will depart from Miami, Florida. Guests can also opt for a 120-night ‘Elements of the Pacific World Cruise’ roundtrip from San Francisco, California.
Guests will also be able to book free pre- or post-cruise land excursions as part of 27 voyages offered on Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Mariner. They will be offered in destinations such as Bali, Japan, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, the United Arab Emirates, Arabia, the US, Brazil and Chile.
“These voyages represent the most stunning and ambitious collection in our company’s history. We are sailing to even more legendary and lesser-known destinations highlighted by included immersive land experiences in every port,” said Jason Montague, president and CEO of Regent. “Whether searching for an exciting adventure, a new way to unwind or for something entirely different, we invite luxury travellers to find it with Regent and discover their next unrivalled experience, with the highest levels of elegance, comfort and hospitality onboard.”
View the digital brochure and video for additional details about the 2021-2022 itineraries.
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