Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced the deployment of its fleet of four ultra-luxury cruise ships, for 2018 and early 2019, offering a total of 113 different cruise itineraries. The ultra-luxury cruise ships will visit a total of 28 maiden ports of call.
Jason Montague, President and CEO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises, said: “We’ve created a highly impressive array of voyages worldwide that will delight and awe our guests. For the intrepid traveler, 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.”
Seven Seas Explorer will cruise Europe in summer 2018. The ship will offer cruises to Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the Baltic, offering a range of cruises from seven to 12-nights in duration. The ship will then start its first ever cruise season in Africa. Two cruises will cruise the west coast of Africa. A 24-night cruise will depart Lisbon and cruise to Cape Town, followed by a 15-night round-trip New Yeas cruise. The ship will then leave Africa and head to Los Angeles, via South America and the west coast of America.
Seven Seas Voyager will also cruise the Mediterranean in summer 2018, offering seven-night cruises, with maiden calls to ports in Croatia, France and Italy. During winter 2018 the ship will cruise the Caribbean on alternating seven to 12-night eastern and western Caribbean cruises.
Seven Seas Mariner will cruise Alaska in summer 2018, before cruising to Asia and Australia. The ship will offer a 36-night ‘Grand Aussie Adventure’ cruise departing on 15 December 2018, which will circumnavigate the continent.
Seven Seas Navigator will offer a ‘Grand Arctic Splendor’ 89-night voyage, which will depart from and return to New York. The cruise is made up six individual cruises, which call at 63 different destinations, in Canada and New England, Greenland and Iceland, Northern Europe and the Baltic, as well as into the Arctic Circle. The ship will then offer a range of cruises to Canada and New England.