Regent Seven Seas Cruises' 2012-2013 Winter Voyages Available for Booking


Beginning Oct. 2012, Seven Seas Voyager will offer five Grand Voyages departing Rome, Bali, Auckland and Beijing. // (c) 2011 Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ 2012-2013 winter voyages to South America, Asia and the South Pacific, Northern Europe, the Mediterranean, Alaska and the Caribbean are available for booking. All voyages feature two-for-one fares, free air and bonus savings of up to $10,000 per suite when booked by Dec. 30, 2011.

The ultra-luxury line’s 2012-2013 Winter Collection boasts new ports of call, five grand voyages with exclusive amenities, a new Western Australia cruise, and business class upgrades from just $999 each way. All Regent Seven Seas voyages also include all-suite accommodations, gourmet cuisine, premium spirits and fine wines, free shore excursions, gratuities, and a pre-cruise luxury hotel stay, at no additional cost.

2012-2013 Winter Collection Highlights

    •    Beginning Oct. 2012, Seven Seas Voyager will offer five Grand Voyages departing Rome, Bali, Auckland and Beijing. Ranging from 54 to 143 nights, Grand Voyages include exclusive amenities such as free Business Class air, a special pre-cruise overnight and dinner, exclusive event, free Visas, internet access and more.

From Dec. 2012 through April 2013, the ship visits Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Bali, Vietnam, India, China and Japan, including maiden calls at Hiroshima and Huangpu (Canton), China.

A new 21-night Western Australia cruise, departing Dec. 19, 2012, features maiden calls at Exmouth, Fremantle (Perth), Geraldton and Kangaroo Island.

Many of the Asian itineraries offer free land programs or multi-night hotel packages in Angkor Wat, Sydney, Bali, Auckland, Hong Kong, Beijing, Chiang Mai, Safaga (Luxor) and the Taj Mahal.

   •    Seven Seas Mariner’sCircle South America” is a 72-night voyage, roundtrip from Miami departing Jan. 7, 2013. Exclusive amenities include free first class air, pre-cruise overnight and dinner in Miami, an exclusive event, free private transfers to and from the port of Miami, free roundtrip luggage delivery service, Internet access and Visas. Four shorter South America voyages ranging from 12 to 24 nights focus on the Panama Canal, Chilean Fjords, Brazil, Argentina and the Amazon.

   •    Seven Seas Navigator voyages to the tropics will now operate roundtrip from Miami, beginning Nov. 2012 through April 2013, with 16 departures to the Eastern and Western Caribbean. The ship then departs Miami for an 18-night voyage to San Francisco to begin its highly popular cruises to the untamed beauty of Alaska.


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