Regent Seven Seas Winter 2016-17 Cruise Collection
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has released its 2016-17 Winter Cruise Collection, which includes an extended land tour programme on 11 voyages in Asia and Africa. The ultra-luxury, all-inclusive cruise line has also announced unlimited complimentary Wi-Fi for all suite categories.
The Winter Collection sees Regent Seven Seas reveal a dynamic array of destination-driven, all-inclusive luxury voyages for late 2016 and early 2017 – including a special voyage aboard the lines newest vessel, Seven Seas Explorer, to celebrate Regent’s 25th anniversary.
In total, Regent Seven Seas Cruises will offer 56 sailings on four award-winning vessels, ranging from seven to 128 nights in length and visiting an eclectic array of global destinations.
To mark its 25th anniversary in 2017, Regent Seven Seas Cruises will offer a special 10-night Barcelona-to-Venice journey departing 9 April 2017 aboard the brand new Seven Seas Explorer – hailed as the most luxurious ship ever built. Hosted by Regent Seven Seas Cruises executives, this remarkable voyage will feature private dinners, a festive sail-away party, a commemorative gift and many other anniversary surprises.
Highlighted destinations in the 2016-17 Winter Collection include Asia and Africa, where on 11 select sailings guests can further enrich their cruise holiday with a free, three-night land adventure in exotic locales such as Cape Town, Angkor Wat, Hong Kong and Beijing. The free land programme is available in all suite categories and includes sightseeing adventures such as an African safari, a Thai elephant camp and a visit to the 2,000-year old Great Wall in China.
The Regent fleet will also visit incredible cities in South America and the Mediterranean, and explore the natural wonders of the Caribbean and the South Pacific as part of the recently announced Winter Collection.
Regent will also be making maiden calls at several new destinations, including: Gisborne, New Zealand; Rijeka, Croatia; Harvest Caye, Belize; and Mazatlan, Mexico.
Seven Seas Explorer
Seven Seas Explorer boasts one of the highest space ratios in the cruise industry and features elegantly designed lounges and showplaces, lavish gourmet restaurants, and the line’s first culinary cooking centre. One of the highlight of her 18-voyage season will be the Grand Canal Crossing, a 16-night, Miami-to-Los Angeles holiday cruise that traverses the Panama Canal. Later, she will make an Atlantic crossing and embark on her first full season in the Mediterranean, highlighted by the aforementioned 25th anniversary cruise.
Seven Seas Mariner
Seven Seas Mariner begins the season in the warm waters of the Caribbean, then heads through the Panama Canal to visit South America and the Mexican Riviera before returning to Alaska in May 2017. Among her 16 voyages guests will find the exotic Villages of the Amazon, a 25-night, roundtrip-from-Miami sojourn that explores the Amazon River and eastern Caribbean with visits to 13 stunning and mysterious ports of call.
Seven Seas Navigator
In January 2017, Seven Seas Navigator embarks on her 128-night World Cruise, which features a Panama Canal crossing, leisurely visits to Hawaii and Tahiti, an Auckland-to-Singapore leg, and an 18-night Suez Canal crossing. Among the many amenities are exclusive shore-side experiences in Honolulu, Dubai and Monte Carlo. In total, the World Cruise will cruise to six continents, 12 seas and oceans, 31 countries and 62 ports.
Seven Seas Voyager
The 11-cruise collection for Seven Seas Voyager has guests exploring Australia and New Zealand, along with several Asian destinations before cruising to the Mediterranean. Among its exciting itineraries is Koalas to Kiwis, a 14-night, Sydney-to-Auckland voyage featuring close-up views of Australia's charming wildlife and a journey through the stunning Milford Sound fjords of New Zealand.
For more information on the Regent Seven Seas Winter Collection, please contact one of our Cruise Experts on 0800 008 6677.