Travellers can now book inaugural season itineraries aboard Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ newest ship Seven Seas Splendor, launching in February 2020.
The luxury cruise ship’s maiden voyage will commence 7 February 2020, taking guests on an incredible 14-night journey from Barcelona to Miami.
“For Seven Seas Splendor’s inaugural season, we have included voyages to destinations that are as extraordinary as the ship herself,” Regent Seven Seas Cruises president and chief executive officer Jason Montague says.
“Based on guest response to our current itineraries through the Mediterranean, Caribbean, and North America, we anticipate these new offerings will be popular among both new and repeat guests wanting the exclusive opportunity to be one of the first to sail on the newest luxury ship in our fleet.”
The itineraries will take guests to iconic locations in the Caribbean, North America and the Mediterranean, with unlimited shore excursions exposing guests to renowned museums and famous landmarks.
The ship will visit popular ports such as San Juan, Barcelona, Cabo San Lucas, New York, Saint-Tropez, Portofino, Lose Angeles, Dubrovnik, Amalfi/Positano, Corfu and Cartagena.
Following her first voyage, Seven Seas Splendor will sail from Miami to Los Angeles on 25 February 2020, with visits to the stunning Cartagena and Cabo San Lucas coastlines.
On 14 March 14 she will from Los Angeles to Miami with visits to the romantic Catalina Island, Acapulco and Puntarenas.
Back on the Atlantic Coast on 1 April, she will travel from Miami to New York, calling in at Oranjestad, Aruba and Charleston, before arriving in action-packed New York.
Seven Seas Splendor then sets off to Barcelona on 16 April with visits to Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda and Málaga, Spain.
From 30 April, the cruise ship begins her inaugural Mediterranean season with a 12-night cruise from Barcelona ending with an overnight stay in Venice.
From 28 May, there is a seven-night journey from Catalonia’s capital, Barcelona, to Palma de Mallorca, Sète, Toulon, Monte Carlo, Portofino, and Florence.
Seven Seas Splendor will end the summer with a 12-night ancient journey on 4 June, with visits to Jerusalem and Rhodes, before two more 10-night voyages later in the same month, visiting some of the world’s best beaches and cities from Ibiza to Rome.
The all-suite, all-balcony ship is just as impressive as its itineraries, boasting some of the highest space ratios in the cruise industry, intricate marble, soaring ceilings and authentic craftsmanship for 750 passengers.