Regent Seven Seas Cruises is accepting reservations for cruises from April 2013 to Dec. 2013. The line’s Summer Collection features more than 50 itineraries in the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and Alaska, plus fall cruises to New England and Canada and an Amazon River itinerary.
Highlights include new ports of call, extended voyages of up to 43-nights, two-for-one fares and bonus savings of up to $13,000 per suite and Business Class air for just $999 each way when booked by June 30, 2012. Guests in Penthouse suites or higher will enjoy free Business Class upgrades on transatlantic flights.
Regent Seven Seas’ cruise fares include all gourmet dining venues without any surcharges, fine wines and premium spirits, a selection of shore excursions in all ports, onboard gratuities, air transportation from more than 25 gateway cities and a complimentary overnight stay in a luxury hotel prior to the cruise.
2013 Summer Collection Highlights
Seven Seas Voyager begins the season in Iceland and the Norwegian fjords before heading to the Baltic for a series of seven- to 10-night sailings between Copenhagen and Stockholm, all offering two-night calls in St. Petersburg. Extended voyages from 19- to 36-nights are available, chartering to the British Isles, Norwegian fjords, and Western Europe.
Seven Seas Mariner plies the Mediterranean from April to November offering guests the coastlines of Costa del Sol and the French Riviera, the Tuscan and Provençal countryside and ancient landmarks of Greece, making maiden calls at Ajaccio, Corsica; Genoa, Italy; and two ports in the Canary Islands – Lanzarote and St. Cruz de Tenerife. Voyages of up to 30 nights cruise the Black Sea, Mediterranean, and across the Atlantic to South America in Dec.2013, with calls in Brazil, Argentina and Chile.
Seven Seas Navigator offers a full Alaska season, including two 12-night positioning cruises between San Francisco and Vancouver, a seven-night round-trip Vancouver cruise and 12 sailings between Vancouver and Seward. Extended voyages of up to 43 nights combine Alaska and the Panama Canal. In fall, Seven Seas Navigator returns to New England and Canada with four cruises before embarking in Miami on a 24-night Amazon adventure.
For more information, visit www.RSSC.com.