To mark its 30th anniversary, the world’s leading luxury ocean line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises has unveiled the ultimate, longest world journey, sailing three oceans for 150 nights, visiting 97 ports dotted across 25 countries in five continents.
Regent’s Away in Wonder 2025 World Cruise has been specially curated for the intrepid, luxury traveller, curious to experience fascinating cities in style and elegance such as Rio de Janeiro, Bora Bora and Ho Chi Minh City. They will also be able to immerse themselves in 395 included shore excursions with access to 48 UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Rapa Nui National Park from Hanga Roa on Easter Island to the ancient monuments of historic Kyoto in Japan.
There will be two new ports of call – the remote Robinson Crusoe Island off the coast of Chile and Muroran on the Japanese island of Hokkaido – plus, a once-in-a-lifetime three-day scenic cruise of the Antarctic.
And if you feel that five months luxury sailing is not enough, you have the option of adding another 18-night cruise which takes in the stunning beauty of the Mexican Riviera from San Francisco to Miami, calling at exotic ports such as Costa Rica and Colombia with a crossing of the Panama Canal.
While it may be three years away, you had better hurry. Regent is expecting suites to sell out fast – based on last year’s experience when they were sold out in three hours. So pre-register your interest which is now open until 13 June. Bookings open on 15 June. For more information, click here https://www.rssc.com/2025-World-Cruise or contact your Travel Advisor.
The 2025 World Cruise onboard Seven Seas Mariner from Miami to San Francisco departs on 7 January 2025 with prices starting from $115,810 per guest for a Deluxe Veranda Suite and $336,080 per guest for the indulgent luxury of a Master Suite. That works out to be $772 a night or a mere $3 a nautical mile.
To give you a taste of what to expect, here’s what 2025 World Cruise by numbers include:
36,295 nautical miles
395 INCLUDED shore excursions
97 ports of call
48 UNESCO World Heritage Sites
12 seas, straits, gulfs, bays & channels cruised
16 overnight stays
3 oceans cruised
Among the 48 UNESCO World Heritage Sites are
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
Regent has also put together three, new, exclusive shoreside experiences, kicking off with a taste and tango event in Buenos Aires on 30 January 2025. Sip a cocktail while taking in an equestrian exhibition, you will then enjoy a delicious three-course Argentinian banquet, followed by an ever-engaging dance session of passion and seduction – tango.
When Mariner arrives in Auckland, New Zealand on 19 March 2025, guests will be blown away by the traditional Maori welcome with a multi-course meal, a unique Maori kappa haka performance including the famous haka war dance with feet stomping, rhythmic body slapping and loud chanting.
As the ship makes its way to Bangkok Thailand on 18 April 2025, guests will learn more about Thai culture and enjoy a traditional folk dance and appreciate the intricate wooden carvings at the Sanctuary of Truth in Pattaya.
Seven Seas Mariner is the world’s first all-suite, all balcony luxury cruise ship exuding a sleek, spacious and contemporary interior resplendent with Italian marble, crystal chandeliers and modern art pieces. She has four beautifully designed restaurants featuring fine dining such as classic American steakhouse, modern French cuisine and authentic Italian dishes. There are also four chic bars and lounges, perfect for unwinding after an exhilarating day of exploring. And there are 467 crew members looking after the every whim and needs of only 684 guests.