There’s nothing cruisers love more than leaving on vacation and not being able to count on one hand all the countries they’ve visited. Regent Seven Seas Cruises is taking this love and turning it up a notch, offering their new five-month “Navigate the World: Moments in Time” cruise, where you really see it all.
Departing from Miami, January 6, 2024, the itinerary will take passengers through Central America, Hawaii, the US West Coast, South Pacific Islands, Australia, New Zealand, Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, the Middle East, the Mediterranean and Bermuda for 132 nights.
You’ll be sailing on Regent Seven Seas Mariner as you make your way past 61 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and travel 34,500 nautical miles as you visit 31 countries across four continents. There’ll be 12 in-port overnight stays and a staggering 442 included free shore excursions.
A round-the-world cruise is a big commitment, but it might be more or less the perfect time to make one. Whether you’ve been starved of cruising and want to make up for lost time, want to remote work as you skip across continents, celebrate your retirement the way you deserve to or simply have the cash to splash and like the sound of sailing around the world in luxury.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises President and CEO Jason Montague thinks that if you want to end up with a room on Regent Seven Seas Mariner as it scales the globe, you’ll need to act fast.
“The past two years we have seen record booking world cruise launch days, which is a testament to our guests’ enduring passion for travel and illustrates just how special these voyages are.”
“I’m sure the 2024 World Cruise will sell out quickly too.”
Fares start at around $100,000 ($757 a night) or reaching about $270,000 if you’re looking to spend your nights in a luxury Master Suite with more than 2000 square feet of room, two balconies and a personal butler. Reservations go on sale next week on July 14.
Other amenities you can expect on a Regent cruise include personal service, unlimited valet laundry plus dry cleaning and pressing, specialty dining, unlimited internet access and luxury decor sprinkled all across the vessel.
If you’re ready to cross the Panama Canal, snorkel in Bermuda, climb mountains in Nepal and really take your bucket list down a peg, you can see more details on the voyage here.