Regent Seven Seas Cruises, one of the world’s leading luxury cruise lines, has introduced its new 2024-2025 Voyage Collection, complete with new itineraries and new ports of call in the world’s most beautiful destinations. Guests can pre-register their interest effective Oct. 10, with cruises open for sale on Aug. 24, 2022.
Regent Seven Seas will sail 160 new port-intensive itineraries, 21 more cruises than the cruise line’s 2023-2024 season, each designed to be immersive and culturally-enriching.
Voyages encompass every continent in the world, including Africa & Arabia, Asia, Australia & New Zealand, Canada & New England, Alaska and Bermuda. They also include the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mediterranean and Northern Europe. In addition, there are cruises in South America and the South Pacific, as well as scenic sailings of Antarctica.
The 2024-2025 Voyage Collection sailings range from seven nights up to the 150-night 2025 World Cruise, Away in Wonder, and also features four Grand Voyages, each of which is an epic adventure to dozens of ports across multiple weeks. Additional highlights include two brand new 14-night sailings in Alaska, a breakaway from the traditional seven-night sailing; more sailings in Western Europe than ever before; and the cruise line’s latest ship Seven Seas Grandeur sailing the Mediterranean, the Caribbean and a debut season in Canada & New England.
“Our 2024-2025 Voyage Collection has been curated to provide guests the chance to experience new cultures and gain new perspectives, across thousands of nautical miles,” said Jason Montague, president and CEO of Regent Seven Seas. “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 luxury cruises are the remedy for every traveler’s wanderlust.”
With the 2024-2025 Voyage Collection, Regent Seven Seas Cruises invites guests to revel in unparalleled opportunities for immersion in local culture as it offers new ways to experience the world’s finest destinations with free Unlimited Shore Excursions in every port of call, and all-new Eco-connect and Behind the Design Tours. Voyage fares also include round-trip business-class air on intercontinental flights from the U.S. and Canada, gourmet cuisine in a range of specialty restaurants and al-fresco dining venues, fine wine and spirits, entertainment, unlimited Internet access, free valet laundry service, pre-paid gratuities, ground transfers and one-night, pre-cruise hotel package for guests staying in Concierge-level suites and higher.
Regent Seven Seas Unrivaled Space at Sea makes for the perfect homecoming and place for rest and relaxation. The abundance of space aboard each elegant and perfectly sized ship, and one of the highest crew-to-guest ratios in the industry, ensures discerning guests receive the best in service and care.
Seven Seas Grandeur: Seven Seas Grandeur begins her inaugural Mediterranean season in July 2024. Commencing in Rome and ending in Barcelona, she will go on to sail five voyages. Highlight overnights include Monte Carlo, Monaco; Venice, Italy; and Istanbul, Turkey.
In August, she will sail across the Atlantic Ocean on a 16-night voyage from Barcelona to New York where she will begin her debut Canada & New England season and also visit Bermuda. Featuring five itineraries, ports of call include Newport, Rhode Island; Halifax, Nova Scotia; Montréal, Quebec; Corner Brook, Newfoundland; Saint John, New Brunswick; Boston, Massachusetts and Bar Harbor, Maine.
After exploring North America’s colorful coasts and old-world charm, Seven Seas Grandeur ends 2024 and begins 2025 with 12 Caribbean & Panama Canal voyages. Guests will have the opportunity to bask in the Caribbean’s warm winter and explore vibrant ports such as Roatán, Honduras; Costa Maya, Mexico; Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic; Tortola, British Virgin Islands; Willemstad, Curaçao; Gustavia, St. Barts; La Paz, Mexico; Los Angeles, California and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
After her jaunt in the Caribbean, Seven Seas Grandeur will cross the Atlantic Ocean on a 14-night voyage from Miami to Barcelona. Highlight ports of call include Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas; Seville, Spain; Valencia, Spain; and Azores, Portugal where guests will have the opportunity to explore the island’s thermal pools, vivid crater lakes, subtropical flora and charming towns filled with perfectly preserved 17th and 18th century buildings.
Seven Seas Splendor: Seven Seas Splendor begins her Mediterranean season in April 2024 with three Western Mediterranean and Greek Isles cruises. The capital city along the Costa del Azahar, Castellón, Spain, offers hinterlands and verdant landscapes to complement its beaches. In May, the ship repositions to Northern Europe for 12 sailings that discover Monaco, France, Morocco, Portugal, Spain, England, Scotland, Wales, Greenland, Iceland and more. New ports of call include Santander, Spain; Heimaey, Iceland; Djupivogur, Iceland; Måløy, Norway and Calais, France.
After circling Northern Europe for a few months, Seven Seas Splendor sails back to the Mediterranean for two voyages with visits to Italy, Greece, Turkey, France, Spain and Portugal. In November Seven Seas Splendor embarks on three Africa & Arabia itineraries with overnight stays in Cape Town, South Africa; Walvis Bay, Namibia; Richards Bay, South Africa; and Durban, South Africa.
For the start of 2025, Seven Seas Splendor sails across the Atlantic from Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro where she starts her South American season. Featuring three voyages, Seven Seas Splendor provides guests the opportunity to explore an extensive variety of destinations including São Paulo, Brazil; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Punta Arenas, Chile; Montevideo, Uruguay; and Itajaí, Brazil. In March, Seven Seas Splendor sets sail across the Atlantic Ocean on a 16-night voyage from Rio de Janeiro to Lisbon. Highlights include cruising the coast of Brazil; Mindelo, Cape Verde; and Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands.
Seven Seas Explorer: Summer 2024 will see Seven Seas Explorer’s Alaska season, with 15 7-night sailings and two 14-night sailings between Seward, Alaska and Vancouver, British Columbia. From May to September, guests can explore Alaska at its wild, blossoming best, cruising the cliffs and waterfalls of the Misty Fjords to the colorful legends of Skagway, and gazing in awe at the Hubbard Glacier.
From September and continuing into winter 2024, Seven Seas Explorer will journey across the Pacific Ocean from Vancouver, British Columbia to Tokyo, Japan. Whilst in Asia, Seven Seas Explorer will sail two voyages roundtrip from Tokyo, making stops in Japan and South Korea. In October, the ship sails the Grand Asia Exploration Grand Voyage. Combining three Asia itineraries, this 63-night adventure reveals a myriad of marvels, from the jewels of Japan to idyllic Southeast Asia shores to Australia’s wilds and more. This voyage provides an opportunity to embrace the captivating lands of Asia with overnight sojourns in Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, China, and Japan.
In December, Seven Seas Explorer sails Australia and New Zealand offering guests the chance to fall for Melbourne’s “European” charm, be in awe of iconic Sydney Harbour and admire Auckland’s breathtaking vistas. After cruising Australia and New Zealand, from January through April 2025, the ship makes her way back through Southeast Asia with eight voyages. Of those itineraries, there are four Tokyo roundtrip sailings in March and April, perfect for cherry blossom season. While in Asia, guests can choose from a range of diverse cultural onshore experiences, including a tour of a traditional fishing village outside of Da Nang, Vietnam, or a rickshaw ride through the streets of multi-cultural Singapore.
Seven Seas Voyager: Seven Seas Voyager will spend the 2024 spring season in the Mediterranean. Beginning and ending her season in Lisbon, she will go on to cruise eight voyages. Highlight overnights in Istanbul, Turkey; Jerusalem, Israel; and Bordeaux, France. In June, she will sail one voyage in Northern Europe commencing in Lisbon, Portugal and ending in Antwerp, Belgium.
At the end of June, Seven Seas Voyager will start her 79-night Grand European Sojourn Grand Voyage. Combining seven Northern Europe and Mediterranean voyages, the Grand European Sojourn is a roundtrip journey from Lisbon, Portugal and provides the opportunity to explore Spain, France, Channel Islands, Belgium, Netherlands, England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Ireland, Italy, Montenegro, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, Israel and Malta.
Between September and November, Seven Seas Voyager sails the Mediterranean as a reprieve from the hot summer sun. There are five voyages, each 10-or-12-nights, that visit Portimão, Portugal; Sardinia, Italy; Igoumenitsa, Greece; Rijeka, Croatia and Ephesus, Turkey, among other hidden gems.
In November, the ship will sail south from Barcelona, hugging Africa’s West Coast, and conclude her journey in Cape Town, South Africa with an overnight stay. From here, one further sailing, from Cape Town to Dubai allows guests to enjoy South Africa, Mozambique, French Comoros, Seychelles, Oman and the United Arab Emirates.
Seven Seas Voyager then swaps continents, sailing to Asia for a 21-night cruise from Dubai to Singapore. Guests will ring in the New Year cruising the Lacadive Sea after having explored the United Arab Emirates, India and Sri Lanka. Before docking in Singapore, Seven Seas Voyager will make stops in Myanmar, Thailand and Malaysia.
Seven Seas Voyager spends the beginning of 2025 in the South Pacific, Australia and New Zealand with six voyages. Highlights include overnight stays in Bali, Indonesia; Melbourne, Australia; Sydney, Australia; Bora Bora, French Polynesia; Papeete, French Polynesia and Auckland, New Zealand.
In March, the ship embarks on her 70-night Grand Spice Route Quest Grand Voyage from Auckland, New Zealand to Athens, Greece. This epic adventure offers guests the opportunity to explore three continents and a myriad of unique ports including Cairns, Australia; Singapore; Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Colombo, Sri Lanka; Luxor, Egypt; and Aqaba, Jordan.
Seven Seas Voyager will spend the 2025 spring season in Asia with two voyages. The first will sail from Bali to Bangkok making stops in Indonesia, Singapore and Vietnam. The second will sail from Bangkok to Dubai and features ports of call in Ko Samui, Thailand; Sebang, Indonesia; Mumbai, India and Fujairah, United Arab Emirates.
The ship begins her spring season with an 18-night voyage from Dubai to Athens. Highlights include an overnight in Luxor, Egypt where guests can take a hot-air balloon ride over the Valley of Kings for a panoramic view of the ruins, hop on a jeep safari into the desert or visit a Bedouin settlement for sweat tea and flatbread.
Seven Seas Mariner: Seven Seas Mariner will begin her summer 2024 season in May with cruises in the Caribbean and Panama Canal for one sailing. Ports of call include Oranjestad, Aruba; Willemstad, Curaçao; Kralendijk, Bonaire; St. George’s, Grenada; Castries, St. Lucia; Gustavia, St. Barts; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Charleston, South Carolina; Norfolk, Virginia and New York, New York.
Combining five Northern Europe voyages, the Grand Arctic Adventure Grand Voyage is one not to be missed. This epic 83-night expedition, commencing in New York and concluding in Barcelona, departs in June 2024 and will provide an opportunity to explore North America and Europe with overnights in Iceland, Denmark, Belgium, Germany, Norway, Netherlands and France.
In August, Seven Seas Mariner sails the Mediterranean with four voyages making stops in Spain, France, Monaco, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Canary Islands and Morocco. Continuing her winter season in November, the ship crosses the Atlantic on a 14-night voyage starting in Barcelona, Spain and ending in Miami, Florida. She closes out November with a 24-night roundtrip voyage from Miami, Florida and into the heart of the Amazon River.
Seven Seas Mariner ends the year with three Caribbean and Panama Canal voyages making stops in Roatán, Honduras; Harvest Caye, Belize; Costa Maya, Mexico; Cozumel, Mexico; Key West, Florida; Miami, Florida; Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Gustavia, St. Barts; Roseau, Dominica; St. John’s, Antigua; Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas; Kingston, Jamaica; and George Town, Cayman Islands.
Seven Seas Mariner begins 2025 with the “Away in Wonder” World Cruise. Guests will spend 150 nights in luxurious exploration of three oceans, five continents, 25 countries and nearly 100 ports of call, chartering as far south as Antarctica, as far east as Asia and as far north as Alaska. Exclusive shoreside experiences include Delicious Fare & Rhythmic Flair at La Rural Pavilion in Buenos Aires, Argentina; A Maori Engagement at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand and Li-Khe & Thai Tradition at the Sanctuary of Truth in Pattaya in Bangkok, Thailand.
Seven Seas Navigator: Seven Seas Navigator visits the Mediterranean in May 2024, with a 10-night voyage starting in Athens, exploring the Adriatic Sea and completes 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.
Continuing her spring season in June, Seven Seas Navigator sails eight Northern Europe voyages, three of which feature Saaremaa, Estonia; Esbjerg, Denmark; Vlissingen, Netherlands; and Calais, France as a brand-new port of call.
September sees Seven Seas Navigator begin a Mediterranean fall season that starts and ends in Barcelona, Spain, in November. The journey consists of six enriching sailings that take in ports of call across Greece, Turkey, Montenegro, Croatia, Italy, France, Spain, Monaco, Cyprus, Israel and Portugal. New featured ports of call include Gozo, Malta; Ponza, Italy; Limnos, Greece and Melilla, Spain. Later in November, the ship crosses the Atlantic on a 14-night voyage starting in Barcelona, Spain and ending in Miami, Florida.
Seven Seas Navigator journeys to the Caribbean and the Panama Canal in December, to start a nine-voyage season through to February 2025, that discover Mexico, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, St. Barts, Dominica, Antigua, British Virgin Islands, Aruba, Curaçao, Bonaire, Grenada, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, St. Lucia, Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Belize, Honduras and Florida and Louisiana in the southern region of the United States.
In February 2025, she will journey roundtrip from Miami, through Central America, down the Amazon River and back up through the Caribbean for a 25-night voyage. Travelers will have the opportunity to spend an overnight at Manaus, Brazil, the capital and largest city of the Brazilian state of Amazonas.
In March 2025, the ship sails from Miami, Florida and embarks on a voyage through the Caribbean and Panama Canal before she is en route to the Mediterranean where the season ends in Barcelona, Spain.