Luxury Lines Add New Enrichment Programs

Luxury cruise operators Silversea and Regent each added new culinary and cultural programs aimed at enriching cruiser experiences. Silversea is unveiling six culinary arts and five wine series voyages this year, which will feature demonstrations by top gourmet chefs and wine experts. Programs will take place through Silversea's fleet and travel agents can obtain information on the voyages at [www.silversea.com]. Meanwhile, Regent this summer will offer five new art, design and culture cruises aboard Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Navigator in the Mediterranean and Baltic. Dubbed "Circles of Interest," the programs are tailored to give guests a specific experience while in port, such as a visit to the Museum of San Marco in Florence, led by executive director and chief curator of the Bass Museum of Art in Miami, Diane Camber. Visit [www.theregentexperience.com] for more information.

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