Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced its new 2023-2024 Voyage Collection, which features 15 new ports of call around the world.
The line’s fleet of ships will sail 139 new voyages with itineraries across Africa and Arabia, Alaska, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, the South Pacific, Canada and New England, the Caribbean and Panama Canal, the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, South America, as well as transoceanic crossings and four Grand Voyages.
Cruises range from seven nights up to the 132-night 2024 World Cruise and feature over 129 overnight port calls.
Four Grand Voyages have been curated: Grand Arctic Adventure — a 78-night cruise from New York City to Barcelona, Grand European Sojourn — a 62-night journey from Stockholm to Athens, Circle South America — a 67-night round trip commencing in Miami, and the Grand Asia-Pacific Journey — a 59-night sailing from Sydney to Tokyo.
Seven Seas Splendor
Seven Seas Splendor will begin a European season in March 2023 in the Mediterranean before repositioning to northern Europe in May.
In September, the ship will spend time sailing around the British Isles before sailing back to the Mediterranean for a series of cruises.
For those who want to take a Grand Voyage in the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, the 62-night ‘Grand Europe Sojourn’ departs in September from Stockholm.
In December, Seven Seas Splendor embarks on South American cruises, which can also be combined as the 67-night ‘Circle South America’ Grand Voyage roundtrip from Miami.
From February 2024, the vessel will sail in the eastern and western Caribbean.
Seven Seas Explorer
June to September 2023 will be Seven Seas Explorer‘s inaugural season in Alaska. From September through spring 2024, the ship will move across the Pacific to offer Australia/New Zealand and Asia itineraries.
The 59-night ‘Grand Asia-Pacific Journey’ Grand Voyage will combine four Asia sailings departing in January 2024.
Seven Seas Voyager
Seven Seas Voyager will spend the beginning of summer 2023 in the Mediterranean. From July to September, the vessel will head north to the Baltics and northern Europe.
In November, Seven Seas Voyager will sail south from Barcelona, hugging Africa’s west coast. Upon her arrival in Cape Town, she will sail two Africa voyages from the city.
Seven Seas Mariner
Seven Seas Mariner will begin Mediterranean cruises in May 2023 and stay in the region throughout the summer.
In September, the vessel will head west to New York City to sail to Canada and New England. In October, Seven Seas Mariner will head south to cruise in the eastern and western Caribbean.
The ship will close out the year in December with a 25-night cruise across the eastern Caribbean and the Amazon. In January 2024, Seven Seas Mariner will embark on her 132-night world cruise.
Seven Seas Navigator
In March 2023, Seven Seas Navigator visits South America with a 24-night voyage into the Amazon from Miami, which also explores the Caribbean. After that, a 14-night cruise will explore the eastern and southern Caribbean.
In May, the ship will move north to sail four Canada and New England voyages.
June will see Seven Seas Navigator begin a European summer season that starts in New York City and ends in Barcelona in September. The journey consists of five sailings that visit ports in Canada, New England, Greenland, Iceland, the British Isles, the Baltics, Norway, France’s Bordeaux wine region, and the Iberian Peninsula.
The journey can also be taken as one 78-night ‘Grand Arctic Adventure’ Grand Voyage.
Later in September and through November, the ship will sail in the Mediterranean before moving to the Middle East.
In December, Seven Seas Navigator will explore Asia with a 21-night voyage from Dubai to Singapore.
To start 2024, the ship will head to the South Pacific, then in March 2024 head to New Zealand to operate multiple cruises from Auckland.
New Ports of Call
During some of the cruises mentioned above, ships will visit 15 ports that are new to Regent Seven Seas Cruises. They are:
- Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
- Coron (Palawan), Philippines
- Miyako, Japan
- Sapporo (Otaru), Japan
- Baie-Comeau, Québec
- Eastport, Maine
- Fernandina Beach, Florida
- Izmir, Turkey
- Marmaris, Turkey
- Puerto Banús, Spain
- Syros, Greece
- Leknes (Lofoten Islands), Norway
- Itajaí, Brazil
- Panama City, Panama
- Mystery Island, Vanuatu
Cruise fares include round-trip business-class air on intercontinental flights from the U.S. and Canada, shore excursions in every port, specialty dining, wine and spirits, internet access, valet laundry, gratuities, and ground transfers.
Over 25 voyages aboard Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Voyager, and Seven Seas Navigator include a free pre or post-cruise land program, along with new four-night land programs on select sailings.
Reservations open today.
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