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Regent Announces New Voyages for Seven Seas ExplorerFebruary 6, 2015 By: Newswire
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced its summer and fall 2016 itineraries, including the inaugural season of its newest ship, the Seven Seas Explorer.
The 2016 fall collection will have more than 60 itineraries, three Grand Voyages and 11 new ports. Seven Seas Explorer will set sail on its maiden voyage and inaugural season as part of the summer 2016 schedule.
The three new Grand Voyages will range from a 47-night London to Copenhagen sailing to a 64-night Barcelona to Sydney sailing. The 47-night London to Copenhagen sailing introduces new ports that explore the fjords of Greenland, with stops in Nuuk and Qaqortoq. The sailing also visits less traveled ports, such as Denmark’s Torshavn (Faroe Islands) and Iceland’s Akureyri and Isafjordur.
For select sailings in the Mediterranean, Asia and Africa, Regent will introduce new options for its Free Extraordinary Land Program, which includes a free three-night hotel stay and complimentary guided tours. One experience explores the cities of the Emirates, as guests visit the Dubai Museum, the Jumeirah Mosque and the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. Another excursion includes visiting the capital city, Abu Dhabi, to experience architectural landmarks, such as the Emirates Palace Hotel.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises is offering three-night land stays complimentary on five Seven Seas Voyager sailings to guests booked in a Concierge Suite or higher. The customized land adventures, valued from $1,499 to $1,799 per person, are also available for guests staying in a Deluxe Suite for a special rate starting at $699 per person.
Here is a summary of the destinations in store for summer and fall 2016:
Seven Seas Explorer
Seven Seas Explorer's maiden voyage will be a 14-night cruise from Monte Carlo to Venice on July 20, 2016. The inaugural season in the Mediterranean will visit ports of call such as Venice, Kotor (Montenegro); Zadar (Croatia); Istanbul and Haifa (Jerusalem), Israel; plus new locales Sanary-sur-Mer (France); Portimao (Portugal); Agadir (Morocco); and Catania (Sicily).
Seven Seas Voyager
Seven Seas Voyager will begin the season with the fleet’s first Irish Sea/Bay of Biscay cruise followed by a journey into Iceland, Greenland and Scandinavia. After five months in Northern Europe, the ship will reposition to Asia with a 23-night Barcelona to Dubai sailing on November 9, 2016, that includes overnights in Haifa, Israel (Jerusalem), Safaga, Egypt (Luxor) and Dubai.
Seven Seas Mariner
Seven Seas Mariner begins the season in Alaska. After the Alaska season, the ship will set off for the east coast, beginning with an 18-night cruise from San Francisco to New York. Departing from the Big Apple, the ship will begin a season of autumn foliage cruises across New England and Canada. The ship will then sail south and visit the Caribbean, concluding the season with a 25-night trip to explore the Amazon River.
Seven Seas Navigator
Guests sailing the Seven Seas Navigator in summer and fall 2016 will explore the Mediterranean. In total, the ship will sail 20 Mediterranean voyages ranging from seven- to 12-nights in length, exploring new ports such as Bastia, France, and the beaches of Gaeta, Italy. Seven Seas Navigator will conclude the season with a 10-night voyage departing October 13, 2016, traveling through the French and Spanish Riviera with an overnight in Lisbon.