Regent Seven Seas Cruises, The Most Inclusive Luxury Cruise Experience™, introduces new itineraries and value-added savings with the launch of the new Voyages to Explore catalogue, providing a detailed look at the ultra-luxury line’s all-inclusive itineraries for September 2012 through December 2013.
New Voyages and Itineraries
Voyages to Explore debuts two new sailings for 2013 including the 21-night Red Sea Odyssey departing November 12 from Istanbul to Dubai aboard the all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Voyager. Extended overnight stays in Jerusalem (Haifa), Luxor (Safaga) and Dubai and up to 62 free shore excursions are included in the cruise fare.
Also new, South American Symphony departs Buenos Aires on December 20 for 15-nights aboard the all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Mariner. Visiting Montevideo and Punta Del Este in Uruguay; and Rio Grande, Porto Belo, and Santos in Brazil, before ending in Rio de Janeiro, the voyage offers as many as 43 complimentary shore excursions.
For more South American exploration, the 700-guest Seven Seas Mariner adds extra overnight stays in Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires on the 12-night Cosmopolitan Classics voyage departing December 8, 2013 and the 30-night Transoceanic Reverie departing November 20, 2013.
New land programs in Athens, Barcelona, Monte Carlo and Lima allow guests to enhance their pre-and post-cruise vacation with a variety of excursions, from exploring the Temple of Apollo in Greece to climbing Machu Picchu in Peru.
Details of the new sailings are available at https://www.rssc.com.
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