Regent Unveils New Circles of Interest Aboard New Itinerary

Luxury travelers will now have the chance to learn about photography, marine life and food and wine as part of a new circle of interest that is debuting on Regent Seven Seas' first-ever Discovery Collection, six combinable segments across an 82-night, five-continent voyage beginning next year, that will visit Africa, the Middle East, India and South America. The collection, which will be aboard the 490-guest Seven Seas Navigator, was created for seasoned travelers eager to explore new destinations, and for first timers who don't want a run-of-the-mill cruise vacation. Five of the six segments will be themed, offering guests an education on an array of subjects: On the South Africa leg, guests will hone their photography skills and learn about marine life from famed oceanographer Jean-Michel Cousteau, while food, wine and chocolate are the temptations along the way to South America. Visit [www.rssc.com/specials/detail.jsp?offerld=1612963].

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