Regent Seven Seas Cruises is recognised as one of the world’s premier luxury lines with features such as 6-star, all-suite, all balcony ships and discovery to more than 300 ports on all seven continents. Destination Services features personalised services and programs that enable you to travel at your own pace and explore those things which interest you the most. From unique, pre-bookable adventures ashore to exclusive pre- and post-cruise land programs, the world is quite literally in the palm of your hand when you travel with Regent Seven Seas Cruises. In keeping with our brand promise of Luxury Goes Exploring, it is our objective to provide an ultra-luxury cruise experience in all corners of the world.
The keel has been laid for Regent Seven Seas newest luxury ship Seven Seas Splendor. The goal for the new ship: to top the extravagance of her sister, Seven Seas Explorer, who debuted in 2016. The changes will be in the details, from a lighter feel, beds facing the balconies instead of the walls, as well as significant artistic changes. Seven Seas Splendor will debut in February 2020 and will undertake a series of cruises through the Mediterranean before making her way to the Caribbean and Cuba.
For details on Regent Seven Sea’s cruising style and inclusions, please see our Luxury Cruising page.
Cruises in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific
Australia is lucky to have three of Regent Seven Seas cruise ships visit our shores each year. Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Navigator and Seven Seas Voyager visit our region during the summer months commonly as part of their world voyages. Regent cruises in the South Pacific visit New Zealand, the Pacific Islands and coastal Australia into Asia. Cruises depart from Sydney and Auckland, however there are also a number of unique itineraries that cruise into Sydney from Singapore, Bali and Papeete.
While not from an Australian port of call, Regent also has some gorgeous South Pacific itineraries departing from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Honolulu and Papeete visiting the Hawaiian and French Polynesian islands.
Regent Seven Seas has some fantastically extensive itineraries throughout South East Asia. With sailings of up to 34 nights duration (longer if you want to cruise from Asia into Europe), Regent’s cruises in Asian itineraries visit the highlights and more of Asian coastal destinations including Japan, Vietnam and Thailand as well as the less frequented destinations of Myanmar, Brunei, India and Sri Lanka. You can also cruise into Asia from Australia with cruises from Sydney to Hong Hong.
From April to November Regent Seven Seas explores the stunning natural panoramas and bustling, cultural cities of Europe. Regent’s Mediterranean itineraries range from 7 to over 3 weeks with a number of departure cities – depart from the more frequented Barcelona, Rome, or Venice, or embark in the less travelled Monte Carlo, Athens, Istanbul or even Haifa in Israel. These itineraries visit countries such as Israel, Greece and Croatia as well as the European icons of Italy, France and Spain. In the North, Regent cruises in Northern Europe are between 1 and 2 weeks long with stops in Russia, Norway and Iceland.
North America and the Caribbean
Discover the fall foliage of Canada and New England aboard the luxury of Regent Seven Seas. Departing in September and October, you have the option of cruising from either New York or Montreal with visits to Bar Habor, Halifax and St John.
Regent Seven Seas cruises in Alaska give you the opportunity to embark on a luxury wilderness immersion. While they do offer a large number of the typical 7 night Alaskan voyage, they also have a small number of longer itineraries ranging up to 13 nights in duration. These cruises depart from Seward or Vancouver and include the breathtaking ports of Ketchikan, Juneau and Skagway in their repertoire.
In the warmer tropical Caribbean, you will find many cruise lines focus on seven night itineraries only of the Caribbean islands, allowing you just a taste test of the beautiful ports and cities this region has to offer. Regent Seven Seas has a large number of 10 to 14 night escapes, however if you’re looking for a true Caribbean immersion, there are also Caribbean itineraries ranging up to 3 weeks.
Central and South America
Transiting the Panama Canal is a bucket-list cruising itinerary and Regent Seven Seas allows you to complete it in pure luxury. These ocean-to-ocean cruises embark in either Los Angeles or San Francisco on the Pacific side of America, or Miami on the Atlantic side and cruise via the Panama Canal to the other side of the country.
Thinking of a trip to South America? Regent Seven Seas offers some very extensive itineraries of this beautiful southern continent including stops in unique ports including Coquimbo, Iquique, Puntarenas and Puerto Quetzal.
Regent Seven Seas cruises offer an extensive choice of all-inclusive luxury world voyages, which can also be broken down into smaller segments. For expert advice from our most well travelled and experienced cruise consultants, please contact us.