It’s 150 nights of sheer luxury from the world’s leading luxury ocean line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
From learning how to tango in Argentina and then performing on stage in heels and costume; crossing the Equator with the crew all decked up as King and Queen Neptune; dining in style with haute couture dishes at the French Chartreuse restaurant at no extra charge; and visiting the remote Robinson Crusoe Island off the coast of Chile, you will be spoilt for choice.
These are just some of the highlights of Regent’s 2025 world cruise covering 36,295 nautical miles, calling at 97 ports in 25 countries across five continents and traversing 3 oceans, 12 seas, gulfs, bays and channels.
And with only 684 like-minded guests who share a common interest in art, culture, food and wine onboard the luxurious Seven Seas Mariner, you will make everlasting friends and share lots of laughter and anecdotes to last you a lifetime.
Now you can taste the highlife and know what’s it’s like to sail for 150 brilliant nights by listening to our podcast. And to add to your enjoyment, you could be the one lucky listener who wins lunch aboard Regent Seven Seas Explorer – the world’s most luxurious ship ever built – when she visits Sydney Harbour in December.
Your world adventure kicks off when Seven Seas Mariner leaves Miami on 7 January 2025 and sails for 150 nights before ending your global journey in beautiful San Francisco.
Judging from past experience when Regent’s 2024 World Cruise sold out in less than three hours, it is crucial to pre-register your interest by clicking here as soon as possible or call your travel advisor at 1300 45 200. Booking reservations officially open on 15 June 2022.
Regent’s 2025 Away in Wonder World Cruise is special as it marks the line’s 30-year anniversary. Over five months, travellers will not only experience impeccable service, enjoy excellent cuisine and immerse themselves in 395 shore excursions. They will also have 16 in-port overnight stays and explore 48 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Besides calling at the remote Robinson Crusoe Island off the coast of Chile, the world cruise will also visit Muroran on the Japanese island of Hokkaido and for the first time, guests will embark on a once-in-a-lifetime, three-day scenic cruise of the Antarctic.
The 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
While on board, guests will enjoy:
A US$550 shipboard credit per person
Unlimited valet laundry including dry cleaning and pressing
Phone time per suite
Onboard medical service
Gourmet specialty restaurants at no charge
Fares for the 150-night sailing start at $115,810 per guest for the 28sqm deluxe veranda suite and $336,080 per guests for the indulgent luxury of the 186sqm master suite.
To get guests in the mood to explore the world in style, Regent has crafted a pre-cruise gala event and luxury hotel package in Miami. There will also be three new shoreside experiences including an equestrian exhibition in Buenos Aires, followed by a three-course Argentinian banquet and tango dancing; a traditional Maori welcome in Auckland including the famous haka war dance and the peaceful display at the Sanctuary of Truth in Pattaya followed by the traditional folk dance of Thailand.
Seven Seas Mariner is the world’s first all-suite, all balcony luxury exuding a sleek, spacious and contemporary interior décor with Italian marble, crystal chandeliers and modern artwork. With 467 crew to 684 guests, that’s one crew to every 1.5 guests.
Your choice of dining range from more casual at the al-fresco Pool Grill, to American steakhouse, chic French cuisine and authentic Italian dishes.
Listen to Cruise Passenger’s exclusive podcast with Steve Odell, senior Vice President and Managing Director, Asia Pacific at Regent Seven Seas Cruises, chatting about the line’s 2025 longest ever World Cruise.