Regent Seven Seas Cruises announce Cruise Atlas 2012
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced their new 2012 Cruise Atlas brochure will include an impressive range of sailing itineraries and new Concierge Amenities for balcony suite guests.
The new Cruise Atlas 2012 programme from January to November details itineraries for all three ships that will travel to Northern Europe, Mediterranean, Australasia, Caribbean, Alaska, Canada, New England and South America. The programme will also feature a collection of ‘Legendary Journeys’ and 12 new port calls including Cannes (France), Akureyri (Iceland) and Eilat (Israel).
Some of the new itineraries for 2012 include:
Seven Seas Marina cruises will call at some of the best West and Eastern Mediterranean ports with an itinerary choice of 7,10,14, or 16-nights. Many of them will stop overnight at Barcelona, Monte Carlo, Istanbul, Tel Aviv and Venice.
Seven Seas Navigator will cruise Alaska between Vancouver and Seward before heading to San Francisco through the Panama Canal to New York for an extended series of the line’s Canada and New England sailing.
The new Concierge Amenities on Regent Cruises will offer a range of benefits for guests in balcony suites and above. Benefits will include priority restaurant bookings and shore excursions as well as complimentary phone time and in-suite amenities and upgrades.
Graham Sadler who is Managing Director of Regent Seven Seas Cruises commented, “Once again we have raised the bar on luxury cruising demonstrating that Regent truly is the world’s most inclusive cruise line, enabling our guests to explore exciting destinations in 2012 in complete and absolute comfort.”
Furthermore, all voyaging guests will enjoy the all-inclusive offerings of return flights, gourmet cuisine served in open-seating restaurants, open bars and free, unlimited shore excursions.
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