Regent Seven Seas Cruises welcomes Seven Seas Navigator to local waters for her 2020 Australasian season as she shows off her new look.
The Navigator will be showcasing her revamped restaurants; a redesigned spa; remodelled lounges; fresh suite designs; new artwork; sleek carpeting, Italian marble floors and wallpaper; and a dramatic, elegant new ambience for all guest spaces, all revealed mid last year.
“We are thrilled to have Seven Seas Navigator return to our waters following her stunning transformation. Her recent enhancements mark the completion of our US$150 million refurbishment program, with an ongoing investment in our fleet being one of many reasons why Regent Seven Seas Cruises is the world’s leading luxury ocean cruise line,” said Lisa Pile, Vice President and General Manager, Australia and New Zealand at Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
“In addition to the arrival of Seven Seas Navigator, both Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Mariner will be sailing local waters in early 2020, which is significant given Regent currently operates a fleet of four vessels. Having three of our luxury ships in the Asia Pacific region offers a great taste of what’s to come, with The Most Luxurious Ship Ever Built™, Seven Seas Explorer, sailing Asia Pacific itineraries for the first time ever at the end of this year,” added Ms Pile.
The Voyager is currently sailing Australian and New Zealand itineraries and will sail for Asia in early February 2020. Meanwhile the Mariner will visit our region on her world cruise, arriving in Sydney on February 29.
The Navigator will be sailing itineraries in Sydney, Auckland, Komodo, Alotau and more, before sailing to Miami from Papeete in early April. See below for local highlight itineraries:
Circle Australia – 23rd January 2020 – 28th February 2020 – Sydney to Sydney.
Departing on the 23rd January 2020 from Sydney, this grand 36-night voyage will circumnavigate the coast of Australia and visit iconic ports such as Airlie Beach, Cairns, Alotau, Darwin, Komodo, Bali, Esperance, Adelaide, Philip Island and Burnie to name but a few. The all-inclusive journey will feature an Australian-orientated enrichment program, including an exclusive performance by Opera Australia in the intimate Constellation Theater, and several other exclusive lectures provided by renowned experts from the likes of Australia Zoo and the Great Barrier Reef Foundation.
New Zealand Splendor – 28th February 2020 – 13th Mach 2020 – Sydney to Auckland.
Departing Sydney on the 28th February 2020, this 14-night voyage will visit stunning destinations including Melbourne (overnight), Burnie, Dunedin, Akaroa, Wellington, Napier, Rotorua and Bay of Islands before disembarking in Auckland. Guests on this sailing can see the beautiful sights while taking advantage of up to 38 free shore excursions. There is also an option available to extend this sailing for another 15 nights after she reaches Auckland. From there, she will embark on an exotic journey to the South Pacific and visit Norfolk Island, Noumea (overnight), Lautoka, Suba, Apia, Pago Pago, Bora Bora and Moorea before she reaches Papeete, where she will overnight.
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