Regent Seven Seas Cruises Offers Savings on 13 All-Inclusive Sailings

Regent Seven Seas Cruises is offering travelers a journey through Northern Europe with savings on 13 Baltic, Scandinavian and Celtic all-inclusive sailings, during the line’s 20th anniversary year. Travelers can enjoy bonus savings of up to $7,000 per suite when booked by March 31, 2012.

As part of the special savings, guests in Penthouse and higher suites receive free upgrades to Business Class on transatlantic flights. Guests in deluxe suites can upgrade to Business Class for $999 each way. Concierge-level guests (categories E and above) will enjoy amenities such as priority online access to shore excursion and specialty dining reservations; an upgraded, pre-cruise luxury hotel package; free phone and internet minutes; in-suite binoculars, coffee brewer and cashmere blanket; and more.

Iceland, Scotland, Denmark and more

For summer 2012, Regent Seven Seas Cruises is introducing five new Northern Europe ports, including Akureyri and Isafjordur in Iceland, Douglas on the Isle of Man, Lerwick (Scotland) and Rønne (Denmark).

Guests can choose from a selection of complimentary shore excursions on every sailing. In Russia, guests enjoy two to three full days in St. Petersburg providing ample opportunities to explore the historic Peterhof (Peter the Great’s Grand Palace), attend an evening performance of traditional song and dance, appreciate the art and history of the Hermitage, and more.

Celtic, Baltic and North Sea Highlights

Celtic Charms departs from London (Southampton) on June 3 for a 10-night journey to ports in England, Ireland, and Iceland with up to 35 complimentary shore excursions available.

White Nights departs on July 2 from Stockholm with visits in Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Sweden, Denmark, and Germany, as well as offers guests a two-night stay in St. Petersburg. Guests will enjoy their choice of up to 43 complimentary excursions available during this sailing.

The Baroque Baltic and Imperial Visions departs July 12 and July 29, offering 10-night voyages sail from Copenhagen to Stockholm, and includes visits to Berlin; Rønne, Denmark; Visby, Sweden; Riga, Latvia; Tallinn, Estonia; St. Petersburg (two nights); and Helsinki, Finland with the choice of up to 42 complimentary tours.

Jewels of the Baltic and Scandinavian Sojourn – departing July 22 and Aug. 8 from Stockholm – these seven-night sailings offers guests visits to Helsinki, Finland; Tallinn, Estonia; Visby, Sweden; Berlin; and Copenhagen, with an overnight in St. Petersburg. Up to 35 free shore excursions are available.

Northern Harbors departs from Copenhagen on Aug. 15 offering guests up to 72 different complimentary shore excursions to explore ports of call including Berlin; Rønne, Denmark; Visby, Sweden; Riga, Latvia; Helsinki, Finland; St. Petersburg (two nights); Tallinn, Estonia; and Stockholm.

Travelers cruise Northern Europe aboard the all-balcony, all-suite Seven Seas Voyager. Emerging from dry dock in 2011, the 700-guest vessel showcases refurbished suites and public areas, from new ultra-plush carpeting throughout the ship to suite updates, including new wallpaper, fabrics, curtains, décor and art. Suites range in size from 356 to 1,403 square feet.


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