Regent Seven Seas Cruises has confirmed a 128-night World Cruise aboard Seven Seas Navigator in 2017 leaving on Jan. 5 from Miami.
“The expansion of our fleet allows us to take our ships to new destinations and be even more creative with our itineraries,” shared Jason Montague, president and chief operating officer of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “Our World Cruise aboard Seven Seas Navigator is a fantastic new addition to our itinerary collection. It will be the trip of a lifetime as we provide guests with the rare opportunity to see the world in one luxurious voyage.”
The 2017 World Cruise begins with a one-night, pre-cruise hotel stay and gala dinner featuring lively entertainment at the historic Biltmore Hotel in Miami. The cruise will begin in the Caribbean, moving to Central America, The West Coast, Hawaii, and the Far East, including New Zealand and Australia.
After sailing the South Pacific, Seven Seas Navigator will then traverse the Timor Sea in route to Indonesia before sailing across the Java Sea and Indian Ocean to Singapore. From there, guests will pass through the Strait of Malacca heading to Thailand before cruising the Andaman Sea to Myanmar, followed by four ports of call in India. A northwestern passage across the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Oman through the Strait of Hormuz will bring the ship to the United Arab Emirates before it cruises southwardly along the coast to Oman, through the Gulf of Aden and into the Red Sea to call on Jordan, Israel and Egypt.
Seven Seas Navigator continues its global adventure by sailing through the Suez Canal en route to Cyprus, Greece and Turkey, and then cruise the scenic Dardanelles and return to Greece before taking the Messina Strait to Italy, Monaco, France and Spain. After cruising the Mediterranean, passengers will visit Gibraltar before sailing to additional ports in Spain, Portugal and the Portuguese island of Madeira. fter departing Europe, Seven Seas Navigator will make the trans-Atlantic voyage back to Miami.
In total, Seven Seas Navigator will visit six continents, 31 countries, and more than 60 ports of call featuring 29 UNESCO World Heritage Sites on its World Cruise, and guests will be able to select from vast collection of free unlimited shore excursions in order to further explore the destinations.