Two World Cruises for Regent Seven Seas in 2009

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has unveiled its 2009 schedule of itineraries, which feature an unprecedented two world cruises and new itineraries in Northern Europe. Regent Seven Seas, which is now owned by private equity firm Apollo Management, is calling 2009 its "most diverse deployment in its history," with a varied selection of sailings the world over on its five ships.

Regent will operate a new Northern Europe itinerary departing May 8 from Ft. Lauderdale on Seven Seas Voyager. The 23-day voyage will travel along the Atlantic Seaboard up through Canada before embarking transatlantic to Iceland and the UK. Voyager's 116-night world cruise will precede the Northern Europe-bound sailing.

Seven Seas Mariner will begin its 2009 121-night world cruise on January 26 from Ft. Lauderdale, ending on May 27 in Vancouver. The ship will then offer a series of seven-day Alaska sailings, before shipping out for its Grand Pacific Voyage. Visit www.rssc.com. (DE)

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