Bookings Open for Seven Seas Splendor

Rendering of Seven Seas Splendor

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has opened bookings for its newest ship, the Seven Seas Splendor, which launches in February 2020. 

With 750 guests, the all-suite, all-balcony ship will have a similar design to its sibling ship, Seven Seas Explorer. The first sailing, beginning on February 7, 2020, will be a 14-night transatlantic itinerary from Barcelona to Miami.

The inaugural season will also include itineraries calling on locations throughout the Caribbean, North America and the Mediterranean. Through free unlimited shore excursions, guests will have opportunities to explore famous museums and landmarks on every voyage. Notable ports of call will include San Juan, Barcelona, Cabo San Lucas, New York, Saint-Tropez, Portofino, Los Angeles, Dubrovnik, Amalfi/Positano, Corfu and Cartagena.  

Panama Canal & Caribbean Journeys

After its first transatlantic voyage on February 7, Seven Seas Splendor crosses through the Panama Canal on its way from Miami to Los Angeles on February 25, 2020, and calls on places like Cartagena and anchors along the coastline of Cabo San Lucas. Then, the ship offers guests the opportunity to traverse the canal west to east, as it sails from Los Angeles to Miami on March 14, 2020. Guests will call on Catalina Island, Acapulco and Puntarenas, among the eight ports on this 16-night itinerary.

North America & Atlantic Ocean Crossings

Back on the Atlantic coast, the ship embarks on a spring itinerary between Miami and New York on April 1, 2020. Highlights of this voyage include an overnight call on Oranjestad, Aruba, and Charleston, South Carolina, before arriving in New York City. From there, the ship sets course for Barcelona, departing April 16, 2020, for 14 nights. This crossing will include calls on Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda, and Málaga, Spain.

Mediterranean Sailings

Beginning April 30, Seven Seas Splendor begins its inaugural Mediterranean season. The first of these Mediterranean voyages is a 12-night cruise from Barcelona that culminates with an overnight stay in Venice. The ship will sail across the Riviera on May 28, 2020, for seven nights departing from Barcelona, followed by calls on Palma de Mallorca, Sète, Toulon, Monte Carlo, Portofino, and Florence. The ship begins the summer with a 12-night sailing on June 4, 2020, including calls on Jerusalem and Rhodes. Then, two more 10-night voyages that offer guests the opportunity to experience beaches and cities ranging from Ibiza to Rome set sail June 16 and 26, 2020.

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