Regent Seven Seas Announces 2020-2021 Itineraries

Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Regent Seven Seas Cruises

167 voyages feature 11 new ports, four Grand Voyages and additional complimentary pre- and post-cruise land tour programs

The all-inclusive Regent Seven Seas Cruises has released exciting new itineraries for 2020 and 2021, featuring 167 sailings and maiden calls to 11 new ports across Europe, Asia and the Americas.

Four newly released Grand Voyages, as well as new pre-and post-cruise land tours and accommodation, are also on offer and now open for bookings.

Seven Seas Explorer will sail to Asia, Alaska, Australia and New Zealand, where she will visit iconic local ports such as Sydney and Auckland for the first time.

Seven Seas Voyager will visit the Italian ports of Lecce, Crotone, Siracusa, Porto Empedocle and Porto Torres, as well as Cabo Frio, Brazil, for the first time.

Seven Seas Mariner will sail for 117 nights on her world cruise from Miami to Barcelona, and will also call on a new port, Esmeraldas, in Ecuador.

Complimentary two- and three-night pre- or post-voyage land tour programs are included on 21 select voyages in all suite categories in destinations including Buenos Aires, Lima, Cape Town, Singapore, Hong Kong, Dubai, Bali and Auckland.

Seven Seas Splendor will sail to Havana, Cuba a total of nine times in her inaugural year, the most visits by a Regent Seven Seas Cruises ship to the island.

The 2020/2021 season features the luxury cruise line’s most overnight stays ever – 114 in total – and provides access to no fewer than 352 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

“The best luxury voyages pair magnificent, intimate ships and gracious onboard hospitality with remarkable destinations and local immersive activities. That’s our approach in meticulously designing all 167 sailings in this collection,” said Jason Montague, Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ president and chief executive officer.

“This new season is about destinations and explorations that excite and inspire our guests. For example, our guests may experience the Tasmanian wilderness out of Burnie, the Etruscan Necropolises in Tarquinia in Italy, the Nazca Lines in Peru via an overflight, and the Old City of Acre from Haifa, Israel.”

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