2017 – 2018 Voyage Collection Highlights

Today we opened reservations for our spectacular 2017 – 2018 Collection and the response has been extraordinary.  With the launch of this collection, we are pleased to offer an incomparable inclusion that elevates our promise to deliver the most inclusive luxury experience: FREE BUSINESS CLASS AIR* for all suite categories. This is the new standard in luxury travel and yours to enjoy on all Europe, Asia and select South America itineraries within this collection – and beyond.

Below, we highlight the impressive itineraries from our spectacular new collection.


Seven Seas Explorer®
In honor of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ 25th anniversary, in April 2017 Seven Seas Explorer will sail a delightful 10-night sojourn from Barcelona to Venice. Guests will enjoy a number of memorable events, such as dinners hosted by the line’s executives, a festive sail-away party, and a commemorative anniversary gift. After spending spring in the Mediterranean, Seven Seas Explorer will head north to the Baltic, meandering between iconic ports such as Copenhagen, Stockholm and Russia’s cultural center of St. Petersburg.


Seven Seas Mariner®
Seven Seas Mariner will spend the late spring and summer months embarking on several 7- to 11-night journeys throughout Alaska and along the coast of British Columbia. Fall will be spent observing the quaint sites of Nova Scotia and New England, before descending down the Atlantic Coast on the 14-night Autumn Foliage cruise, which travels from cool Montreal to sultry Miami – with numerous stops in between. Also on the docket is Coral Reefs & Island Feasts, a pre-Thanksgiving exploration of the Western Caribbean.


Seven Seas Navigator®
Following its 2017 World Cruise, Seven Seas Navigator will set sail for another once-in-a-lifetime journey across the fabled Northwest Passage. Guests looking for another arctic experience can sail the 60-night Grand Arctic Journey. This cruise begins in Montreal and returns to New York, visiting dozens of ports throughout the North Atlantic and Europe along the way, from cosmopolitan Paris to the isolated port of Ísafjörður in northwest Iceland. On the other side of the world, Seven Seas Navigator will explore several Hawaiian islands on the 18-night Leis &Luaus cruise, roundtrip from Los Angeles.


Seven Seas Voyager®
After spending the summer in Europe, Seven Seas Voyager sails to several exotic ports in the Middle East and Asia, such as Towering Skylines, a 12-night, late December voyage to some of the most fascinating cities in the Far East. Ports of call include Hong Kong, Shanghai, Nagasaki, Seoul (Incheon) and Beijing (Tianjin). In March 2018, the ship heads Down Under and beyond, including an 18-night Pristine Australian Peaks that will visit Auckland, Norfolk Island, Brisbane, Cairns and Bali along with several other Australian gems.

As an additional luxury inclusion, on select voyages guests can enjoy more time exploring the world’s most fascinating destinations with a free three-night, pre- and post-cruise land program.  The Free Land inclusion is available on most of Seven Seas Voyager’s Asian cruises. A couple such offering include the Temples of Angor Wat tour, a three-night adventure to discover the temples of the ancient Khmer Empire, and the Jewels of Hong Kong tour, a three-night exploration of Asia’s most cosmopolitan cities.

*Standard terms apply, in addition: Beginning with Seven Seas Explorer® 3/26/17, Seven Seas Voyager® 4/8/17 (44 nights), Seven Seas  Navigator® 8/18/17 and Seven Seas Mariner® 1/5/18, voyages include FREE Business Class Air in all suite categories for intercontinental flights. All fares and offers are per person in U.S. dollars, valid for residents of U.S. and Canada.

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