With increasing demand for longer voyages, Regent Seven Seas Cruises has brought forward the release of its keenly anticipated Legendary Voyages for the first time. With booking open for four new Voyages on 21 July 2022.
These are voyages of a lifetime that span multiple countries on board The World’s Most Luxurious Fleet™. The four itineraries range from 63 to 83 nights, covering some of the most desirable destinations in the world, including the beauty of the Arctic, the majesty of Europe and the contrasting landscapes of Asia.
Grand Voyages provide ample time for guests to relax at sea aboard RSSC’s perfectly sized ships, while onboard, guests will enjoy unrivalled space, elegance and style with every luxury included.
Each Grand Voyage features many overnight stays, enriching guest speaker programs, exclusive shoreside experiences and pre-cruise hotel package.
Grand Arctic Adventure
The 684-guest, all-balcony-suite Seven Seas Mariner will embark on her Grand Arctic Adventure on 2 June 2024, sailing over 83 nights from New York to Barcelona. This is the longest of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Grand Voyages and promises a wealth of unforgettable experiences in North America, Greenland, Iceland, Scandinavia, Northern Europe and the British Isles.
Mariner’s voyage is timed to make the most of the midnight sun across the Arctic countries before she makes her way from Scotland and Northern Europe to cruise the Mediterranean in summer. Among the many highlights of this voyage are overnight stays in Reykjavik, Tórshavn in the Faroe Islands, the diamond capital of Antwerp in Belgium, Stockholm, Oslo, Amsterdam and Bordeaux.
Grand European Sojourn
Seven Seas Voyager’s 79-night voyage Grand European Sojourn sails round-trip from Lisbon, departing on 28 June 2024 and encompasses the Atlantic coasts of Spain and France, a partial circumnavigation of the British Isles, the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean, and calls to Morocco and the Holy Land.
Destination immersion is what Grand Voyages are all about, and the Grand European Sojourn includes eight overnight stays including Amsterdam, Bordeaux, Barcelona, Istanbul and two different ports in Jerusalem. In fact, Voyager spends five full days in Israel.
The Eastern Mediterranean leg of the voyage also features Voyager’s maiden calls to the Greek island of Skiathos and two new ports in both Turkey and Spain.
Grand Asia Exploration
The Grand Asia Exploration aboard Seven Seas Explorer will embark on her 63-night exploration in Tokyo on 18 October 18 2024, arriving in Sydney just before Christmas. This voyage is a rare opportunity for guests to immerse themselves in the extraordinarily diverse countries and cultures of Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, China, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia.
This journey starts with calls to 11 distinctively different ports across the Japanese archipelago, a country that tops many of our guests’ travel wish-lists. Explorer will dock overnight in Kyoto before heading to the southern islands of Okinawa and Ishigaki.
Six more overnight stays, in Hong Kong, Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok, Benoa in Bali, and Sydney, offer endless opportunities to explore the regions beyond the city limits.
Grand Spice Route Quest
On 25 March 2025, Seven Seas Voyager sets sail from Auckland on a fascinating journey that retraces ancient trade routes between the East and West and concludes in Athens on 3 June 2025.
The 70-night Grand Spice Route Quest charts an adventurous course that takes in Australia’s east coast, five Indonesian ports, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, India, five ports in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, Israel and Turkey.
Among the highlights of this Grand Voyage are a transit of the Suez Canal and overnight stays in Sydney, Bali, Singapore, Bangkok, Dubai and Safaga in Egypt. This last stop allows time to explore the ancient temples and tombs of Luxor and Karnak with our expert guides – an unmissable experience.
For more information, call Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Contact Centre on 1300 455 200 (AU) or 0800 625 692 (NZ). Or contact your Travel Advisor.
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