The world’s most luxurious line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises has unveiled seven inspiring, bucket list destinations including Australia from mid 2021 to early 2022.
The line’s spacious and stylish ships will embark on inaugural voyages across the globe including Antarctica, Alaska, Australia, Asia and New Zealand.
The newly launched Seven Seas Splendor will head to the Baltic and Northern Europe for her maiden season mid next year.
The Splendor will embark on a lavish 14-night sailing from London on 6 August 2021 to Copenhagen visiting the magnificent fjords and mountain peaks. She will call at Sweden, Latvia, Estonia, Russia and Finland.
The Splendor will also sail an inaugural, 59-night grand tour of Europe on 30 August next year and call at St Petersburg, the Baltics, UK, France, Spain, Morocco, the Amalfi Coast, Croatia, Greek Islands before ending in Turkey.
Meanwhile, Seven Seas Explorer will debut Down Under late next year and offer eight itineraries in Australia and New Zealand. Highlight of Explorer’s maiden season is the 16-night voyage departing Sydney on 20 December with guests spending a lavish Christmas and New Year on board. Explorer will visit local ports such as Burnie in Tasmania where guests will be able to indulge in a free shore excursion of chocolates, cheese and wine. She will then head to the Land of Long White Cloud and cruise the fjords of Milford Sound, New Zealand’s magnificent Bay of Islands and the volcanic hills of Akaroa.
Prior to Australia, Seven Seas Explorer will cruise Japan on a 10-night itinerary from 23 October next year visiting Tokyo and Busan in South Korea.
Explorer will also sail to Alaska for the first time offering seven-night itineraries between Vancouver and Seward from 1 September next year. Guests will be able to experience the incredible views of the Hubbard Glacier, Inside Passage and amazing wildlife.
Seven Seas Navigator will be the first Regent ship to sail to the Iles des Saintes islands in Guadeloupe, home to traditional Caribbean lift with its stunning mountains, green iguanas and gorgeous beaches. The 30-night Caribbean round-trip will depart Miami on 6 January 2022 and call at Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Barbados, Mexico, Columbia and Belize.
Seven Seas Voyager will embark on the first Antarctica sailing in nine years offering a 19-night journey from Buenos Aires to the white continent. Guests will be able to see the majestic cliffs of Neumayer Channel, Paradis Bay’s icy landscapes and the amazing marine life of Dallmann Bay.
For more information, visit RSSC.com, call 1300 455 200.