Regent Seven Seas Cruises have announced their deployments and itineraries for 2018 and early 2019.
In total, on offer will be 113 itineraries spread across their fleet of four ships. With that, there will be 28 maiden calls that have been implemented into the itineraries.
May 2018 will see their latest cruise ship, Seven Seas Explorer return to European waters with seven to twelve night itineraries in the Baltic and the Mediterranean. Maiden calls will include Portimao, Portugal; Lysekil, Sweden; and Bodo and Haugesund, Norway.
She will then undertakes a mini-African season with two cruises, which is to highlight the west coast of the continent. A 24 night itinerary from Lisbon to Cape Town, followed then by a 15 night round trip New Years voyage before heading to South America and then on to Los Angeles via the West coast of the USA.
Seven Seas Voyager will also undertake Mediterranean itineraries in the summer of 2018 with seven night cruises and will make maiden calls to Korcula and Hvar, Croatia; Saint-Raphael, France; Lipari, Sicily, Italy. She will then transfer to the Caribbean for the winter season, operating seven to 12 night itineraries in the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
Seven Seas Mariner certainly has a very interesting program scheduled for 2018. She will be based in Alaska for the summer season in 2018 before migrating to Asia and Australia for the winter season, with a special 36 night circumnavigation of Australia departing Sydney on 15th December 2018.
Seven Seas Navigator will undertake a ‘Grand Artic Splendor’ voyage which will start and finish in New York. It compromises of six sailings which will call at 63 non repeating destinations in Canada, New England, Greenland, Iceland, North Sea, Baltic Sea and then into the Artic Circle and the White Sea. She will also make maiden calls on this voyage, including those of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts and also Archangel in Russa.
She will also offer Autuminal cruises to Canada and New England from New York for guests to witness the Autumn foliage .
The start of 2019 will see Seven Seas Navigator undertake a mammoth 131 night world voyage, which will visit 62 ports across the Hawaiian Islands, French Polynesia, Australia, Asia and the Mediterranean. This voyage can be broken down into seven segments which will also give guests acess to 23 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and the chance to make maiden calls to Kingfisher Bay (Fisher Island) Australia, Makassar (Sulawesi) Indonesia and Puerto Princesa in the Philippines.
Bookings for the new itineraries are now open and more information can be found at Regent Seven Seas Cruises website.