Cruise & Ferry Itinerary Planning 2024

45 Photo: Unsplash/Alberto Bazan Photos: Regent Seven Seas Cruises Photo: Unsplash/Dietmar Lichota Photo: Unsplash/Tania Fernandez to being home of Journey in Jewels, Grandeur will also sail a ‘Spotlight on Fabergé’ voyage hosted by Sarah Fabergé. Embarking from Civitavecchia Port in Rome, Italy, on 1 July 2024 for 10 nights, ‘Spotlight on Fabergé’ will bring guests into the world of the jewellery maker with an onboard programme of events while also exploring the Mediterranean. During its maiden season, the ship will sail 17 voyages in the Caribbean with two transatlantic crossings. It will then spend spring 2024 sailing in the Mediterranean. “We cannot wait to launch Seven Seas Grandeur with a maiden season of incredible itineraries in the Caribbean,” says Smith. “Our guests sailing Grandeur’s maiden season will be able to deep dive into paradise in complete luxury. Our unlimited included shore excursions set us apart because they offer such an authentic way to get under the skin of a destination. From walking the historic streets of Antigua, Guatemala, and Cartagena, Colombia to exploring the reefs off the coasts of Honduras and the Cayman Islands, our guests will be able to tap into a range of interests and enjoy unforgettable experiences.” Seven Seas Grandeur will travel from Barcelona in Spain to Miami in Florida, USA, in November 2023, after which it will sail a number of itineraries COMFORT ACROSS THE CANAL This 16-night ‘Comfort across the canal’ itinerary explores Central America with port calls in Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala, and Mexico. Guests will spend a day in Cartagena, Colombia and Acapulco, Mexico, before the cruise ends in Los Angeles, California, on 6 January 2024. ISLAND JOY AND CRUISE COMFORTS This 10-night Western Caribbean itinerary is a roundtrip from Miami, calling at Puerto Plata in Dominican Republic, San Juan in Puerto Rico, Gustavia in St. Barts, Roseau in Dominica, St. John’s in Antigua and Tortola in the British Virgin Islands. Seven Seas Grandeur will then sail another Western Caribbean itinerary, before embarking on two Eastern Caribbean sailings, the second of which ends in New York. OCEAN AIR AND SPANISH FLAIR This 14-night transatlantic sailing takes guests from New York to Barcelona, via Bermuda and the Azores situated in the middle of the Atlantic between Europe and North America, before offering guests extended sailing of the Iberian Peninsula’s highlights including Spanish ports Valencia and Cartagena. The cruise ends in Barcelona on 24 April 2024. En route… 21 Dec 17 Feb 10 Apr