Seven Seas Explorer® makes its North American debut on December 2, 2016 when she sails into Miami – the cruise capital of the world. As part of her inaugural Caribbean season, the all-suite, all-balcony 750-guest luxurious ship will sail two roundtrip voyages from PortMiami to the idyllic islands of the Caribbean before heading west on a Panama Canal cruise.
Atlantic Retreat: Rome to Miami on November 16, 2016
On November 16, 2016 the world’s most luxurious ship will set sail toward Miami on the 16-night Atlantic Retreat itinerary. Among the ports visited are Toulon, where guests may choose a free shore excursion to Aix en Provence, Barcelona and Funchal, as well as an overnight in Bermuda’s historical town of King’s Wharf.
Serene Islands: Roundtrip Miami on December 4, 2016
On the 14-night Serene Islands voyage, guests will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the art, culture and cuisine of Caribbean, from Aruba’s colorful Dutch architecture to sampling tasty arepas after a relaxing day in Venezuela’s El Guamache. These colonial ports beckon with a kaleidoscope of delightful market goods, old forts and beaches.
Caribbean Dawn: Roundtrip Miami on December 18, 2016
From the crystal clear waters of St. Barts to the teeming reefs of Turks & Caicos, the 10-night Caribbean Dawn itinerary features calls on the Caribbean’s most beautiful islands. Guests aboard Seven Seas Explorer® will delight in luxurious pleasures on board and ashore, especially when swimming in the pristine beaches of the British Virgin Islands.
Grand Canal Crossing: Miami to Los Angeles on December 28, 2016
Guests will ring in a luxurious New Year aboard Seven Seas Explorer® on the 16-night Grand Canal Crossing itinerary. After transiting the astounding Panama Canal, guests will discover the diverse mangrove forests of Puntarenas, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of La Antigua near Puerto Quetzal, and the gorgeous waters surrounding iconic El Arco in Cabo San Lucas.
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