It may be three years away, but you’d better hurry for Regent Seven Seas longest ever world sailing. It WILL sell out at $115,810 per guest for a Deluxe Veranda Suite, and AU$336,080 per guest for the indulgent luxury of a Master Suite.
But wait: that’s $772 a night or just $3 a nautical mile!
They are calling it Away in Wonder – probably because it leaves Miami, Florida and ends in San Francisco, California. In between you will visit incredible destinations in South America, the South Pacific, Australia & New Zealand, Asia and Alaska: three oceans for 150 nights, visiting 97 ports in 25 countries on five continents.
It leaves Miami on January 7, 2025, on the Seven Seas Mariner. It will traverse 36,295 nautical miles over more than five months.
Guests will experienced 395 included shore excursions to 16 in-port overnight stays, allowing for extended exploration of fascinating places including Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Bora Bora, French Polynesia; and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
The itinerary also provides access to 48 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as Rapa Nui National Park from Hanga Roa on Easter Island and the historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto from Osaka, Japan.
The cruise visits two new ports of call for Regent – the remote Robinson Crusoe Island off the coast of Chile, and Muroran on the Japanese island of Hokkaido – and will also undertake a once-in-a-lifetime, three-day scenic cruise of the Antarctic.
Passengers will get US$550 Shipboard Credit per person, unlimited valet laundry including dry-cleaning and pressing, phone time per suite, onboard medical service, a commemorative gift, gourmet specialty restaurants, premium beverages in beautifully designed bars and lounges, spectacular entertainment and unlimited WIFI.
A 2025 World Cruise video has been created to inspire luxury travellers who can find further details at RSSC.com/2025-World-Cruise.
You can pre-register from 1 June 2022, by calling 1300 455 200 (AU), or 0800 625 692 (NZ), or by contacting a professional travel advisor. The voyage will officially open for reservations on 15 June 2022.
2025 World Cruise by the Numbers:
- 36,295 Nautical Miles
- 395 INCLUDED Shore Excursions
- 97 Ports of Call
- 48 UNESCO World Heritage Sites
- 25 Countries
- 12 Seas, Straits, Gulfs, Bays & Channels Cruised
- 16 Overnight Stays
- 5 Continents
- 3 Oceans Cruised
48 UNESCO World Heritage Sites Include:
- Valongo Wharf Archaeological Site from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- Rapa Nui National Park from Hanga Roa, Chile
- Taputapuātea from Raiatea, French Polynesia
- Komodo National Park from Komodo, Indonesia
- Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto from Osaka, Japan
- Tongariro National Park from Napier, New Zealand
- Cascade Head from Astoria, Oregon
- Singapore Botanic Gardens from Singapore
- The Historic City of Ayutthaya from Bangkok, Thailand
- Ha Long Bay from Hanoi, Vietnam
- Sydney Opera House from Sydney, Australia
Additional special events:
Kicking off the 2025 World Cruise in style, guests will celebrate with a pre-cruise gala. In addition, the ultra-luxury line also will set up three exclusive, shoreside events for “full World Cruise” guests in Buenos Aires, Argentina; Auckland, New Zealand; and Bangkok, Thailand.
Buenos Aires Event: During a “Delicious Fare & Rhythmic Flair at La Rural Pavilion” event, guests will watch an equestrian exhibition while sipping a cocktail, prior to a three-course Argentinian banquet and showcase of folkloric dancing including the tango.
Auckland Event: For the exclusive “Maori Engagement at Eden Park” event, guests will visit the country’s largest sports stadium and experience a traditional Māori welcome and multi-course meal with traditional elements and regional favorites. They’ll see a Māori kapa haka performance, including the famous haka war dance.
Bangkok Event: During “Li-khe & Thai Tradition at the Sanctuary of Truth Pattaya,” cruisers will view the intricate wooden carvings at Pattaya’s Sanctuary of Truth and also enjoy a meal and Thai dance presentation.
Oh, and if 150 nights isn’t enough, the next 18-day voyage segment can also be added to create a 168-day 2025 World Cruise voyage that operates roundtrip from Miami. Highlights will include the Mexican Riviera, Costa Rica, Colombia and a full Panama Canal transit.