Regent Seven Seas To Embark On Longest Voyage

Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced Monday the itinerary of its longest cruise to date, which will call on 51 ports spanning 26 countries and five continents. The 115-night 2008 world cruise will depart from San Francisco on Jan. 30 aboard the 700-passenger, all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Voyager, whose first leg will be to New Zealand calling on such ports as Honolulu, Bora Bora and Tahiti. Thereafter, the ship will make its way to Sydney, then on to Shanghai, Singapore, Mumbai, India and Athens, before reaching its ends stateside in Fort Lauderdale. Several ports (Tahiti, Sydney, Osakaam Shanghai, Hong Kong, Ho Chi Min City, Mumbai and Dubai) will be overnight stops. Per person prices range from $59,995 to $209,995 for the entire 115 nights, or from $6,597 for individual segments. Regent's 2007 world cruise guests will be offered the opportunity to pre-book beginning Dec. 4, while general bookings will be accepted starting Dec. 18. For further information, visit [].


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