Regent Sets Grand Asia Pacific Voyage

The all-suite Regent Seven Seas has developed seven combinable segments for travelers to choose from during the span of the Seven Seas Mariner's 96-night Grand Asia Pacific voyage that sails from Vancouver on September 13. Travelers who book a segment also are entitled to a sweetener: each segment provides either two-for-one savings or clients' choice of economy air from 86 North American gateways or up to $1,500 in cruise-only savings. Segments range in duration from seven to 18 nights. The seven segments of the voyage are Alaska; Northwest Passage from Whittier to Tokyo; Japan and China; Southeast Asia from Hong Kong to Singapore and including a week in Vietnam; Bali and the Great Barrier Reef, traveling from Singapore to Sydney; New Zealand; and South Seas Passage from Auckland to Los Angeles, with calls in the Cook, Tuamotu, Society and Marquesas Islands. Visit [www.theregentexperience.com].

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