Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced its 2015 Summer Collection offering voyages to the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Alaska, Canada/New England, the Caribbean & Panama Canal, Asia, Africa and South America. Reservations open Feb. 19, 2014 at 8:30a.m.
The Seven Seas Voyager, Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Navigator will visit more than 185 ports in 68 countries during the 2015 Summer season. Palamós and Almería, Spain; Walvis Bay, Namibia; Tyne (Newcastle), England; Ýzmir, Turkey; and Malmö, Sweden are among the season’s 27 new ports.
The 2015 season includes a rejuvenated fleet, as each of the line’s ships completed a multi-million dollar refurbishment and exudes an aura of Park Avenue elegance and sophistication.
New and noteworthy in the 2015 Summer Collection:
Seven Seas Voyager calls on exciting new ports during her Northern Europe sailings, including the Solovetsky Islands in Russia. She offers 11 sailings across the region, many of which include multiple overnights in historic St. Petersburg or a wealth of opportunities to explore the British Isles. A 20-night, round-trip sailing from Copenhagen departing July 6 explores the Norwegian fjords. Seven Seas Voyager then spends the holiday season on a 28-night, Cape Town-to-Singapore voyage with inaugural calls on Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and Sabang, Indonesia.
Seven Seas Mariner offers more choices in the Mediterranean than ever before, offering the new ports of Trieste, Italy; Almería, Spain; and Gythion, Greece. Overnight destinations include Venice, Barcelona, Lisbon and Istanbul. Later in the season Seven Seas Mariner departs Lisbon and sails the coast of western Africa with an inaugural call in São Tomé and Príncipe.
Seven Seas Navigator explores the Americas, as she sails along the glaciers of Alaska on 16 voyages. In September, she embarks on a 21-night itinerary that begins in San Francisco and transits through the Panama Canal, concluding in New York. From there, the Seven Seas Navigator calls on cities at the eastern seaboard including Montréal; Québec City; and Bar Harbor, Maine.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises is offering complimentary pre or post-cruise land programs to Cape Town, South Africa for guests booking Concierge-level and higher on itineraries to. All include hotel accommodations, select meals, guided tours and transport. This land program includes a three-night African Safari where guests discover some of the world’s biggest game.
For the 2015 Summer Collection, special child fares (18 years of age and under) on 15 Mediterranean and Northern European voyages are available starting at $1,700 per child.
For more information, visit www.rssc.com.