This Week in Cruise: New Luxury Itineraries

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Several luxury cruise lines made new itinerary announcements this week.

Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours announced new Scenic Eclipse Ultimate Voyages. Ranging from 17 to 30 days in length, the new itineraries, which will take place on the new Scenic Eclipse Discovery Yacht, will explore destinations around the world, including the Mediterranean, Baltic, the Caribbean and Central America, the Arctic and Antarctica, and more.

Also this week Seabourn released its Extraordinary Worlds, 2019/2020 Cruise Collection brochure, detailing more than 180 Seabourn cruises visiting more than 450 destinations in nearly 100 countries across all seven continents. Highlights include the line’s first voyages to Cuba, as well as a World Cruise.

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Looking further ahead, this week Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced its 2020-2021 itineraries, which will include 167 sailings with maiden calls in 11 new ports across Europe, Asia and the Americas. The season will also see the line add four new Grand Voyages, as well as new pre- and post-cruise land tours. Other highlights will include the Seven Seas Explorer’s first visits to Asia and Alaska, as well as nine visits to Havana, Cuba, by the new Seven Seas Splendor, during that ship’s inaugural year. The new ports of call include La Rochelle, France; Stornoway (Hebrides), Scotland; Aalborg, Denmark; Phu My (Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam; Lecce (Otranto), Italy; Crotone (Calabria), Italy; Siracusa (Sicily), Italy; Porto Empedocle (Sicily), Italy; Porto Torres (Sardinia), Italy; and Cabo Frio, Brazil.

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