Regent Seven Seas Cruises unveils its new Voyage 2024/2025 collection

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Luxury cruise line Regent Seven Seas has unveiled new itineraries for the 2024/2025 cruise season! The cruise line will operate 60 new port-intensive itineraries, 21 more sailings than the cruise line’s 2023-2024 season, to unique destinations in Africa, Arabia, Asia, Australia, New Zealand , Canada and New England.

Voyage Collection 2024-2025 cruises range from seven nights to the 150-night World Cruise 2025, Far in wonder, and also features four Grand Voyages where passengers spend weeks on board calling at dozens of unique ports.

“Our 2024-2025 Voyage Collection has been curated to provide guests with the opportunity to experience new cultures and gain new perspectives, across thousands of nautical miles,” said Jason Montague, President and CEO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “The collection is filled with opportunity after opportunity to connect with the world around us. With multiple new ports of call, a plethora of overnight stays in port and our enviable inclusion of unlimited shore excursions, our cruises from luxuries are the cure for every traveller’s wanderlust.

One of the benefits of booking with Regent Seven Seas is the free, unlimited shore excursions included in your booking, as well as round-trip business class airfare on intercontinental flights departing from the United States and Canada.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises 2024/2025

Grandeur of the Seven Seas begins its inaugural Mediterranean season in July 2024. Beginning in Rome and ending in Barcelona, ​​it will make five trips. Featured overnight stays include Monte Carlo, Monaco; Venice, Italy; and Istanbul, Turkey.

In August, she will cross the Atlantic Ocean on a 16-night trip from Barcelona to New York where she will start her first season in Canada and New England and will also visit Bermuda. With five routes, ports of call include Newport, Rhode Island; Halifax, Nova Scotia; Montreal, Quebec; Corner Brook, Newfoundland; Saint John, New Brunswick; Boston, Massachusetts and Bar Harbor, Maine.

Splendor of the Seven Seas begins its Mediterranean season in April 2024 with three cruises in the Western Mediterranean and the Greek Islands.

In May, the ship repositions itself in Northern Europe for 12 crossings which discover Monaco, France, Morocco, Portugal, Spain, England, Scotland, Wales, Greenland, Iceland … New ports of call include Santander, Spain; Heimaey, Iceland; Djupivogur, Iceland; Måløy, Norway and Calais, France.

Explorer of the Seven Seas will enjoy summer 2024 in Alaska with 15 7-night sailings and 2 14-night sailings between Seward, Alaska and Vancouver, British Columbia. The ship then moves to Japan in September with a 63-day Grand Voyage through Asia.

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Traveler of the Seven Seas will spend the spring of 2024 in the Mediterranean. Beginning and ending her season in Lisbon, she will make eight cruises. Highlight overnight stays in Istanbul, Turkey; Jerusalem, Israel; and Bordeaux, France. In June, she will take a trip to Northern Europe starting in Lisbon, Portugal and ending in Antwerp, Belgium.

End of June, Traveler of the Seven Seas will begin his 79 nights Great European stay Grand Voyage through Europe and the Mediterranean.

sailor of the seven seas will begin its summer 2024 season in May with sailings in the Caribbean and the Panama Canal. The ship then sails to New York for its 83 nights Great arctic adventure Great journey.

Navigator of the Seven Seas visits the Mediterranean in May 2024, with a 10-night trip beginning in Athens, exploring the Adriatic Sea and ending its journey in Venice. There’s further exploration of the Mediterranean on a 10-night cruise that discovers Croatia, Italy, Greece, France, Spain and Monaco. The ship then made eight voyages to Northern Europe, including three to Saaremaa, Estonia; Esbjerg, Denmark; Vlissingen, the Netherlands; and Calais, France as a brand new port of call.

You can see all Regent Seven Seas 2024-2025 routes HERE.

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