The ultra-luxury ships: Seven Seas Voyager, Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Navigator spend the fall season cruising in the Mediterranean, Greek Islands and Holy Land before venturing to Egypt, India, Australia, New Zealand, the Far East, South America and the Caribbean.
2-for1 Fares, Free Air, Tours and More:
Regent Seven Seas Cruises made cruise industry history just last month when they announced that guests will receive free, pre-cruise hotel accommodations beginning in April 2011. Guests enjoy complimentary airport-hotel and hotel-ship ground transfers and breakfast prior to check-out.
Today, the company is widely recognized as the world’s most inclusive because airfare, all-suite accommodations, award-winning cuisine, open bars, nightly entertainment, sightseeing excursions, gratuities and taxes, and the above luxury hotel package are included in cruise fares.
“Whether travelers seek a warm-weather escape in the Tropics or choose to explore ancient wonders on a three-week Arabian adventure,” stated Mark Conroy, the cruise line’s president, “There is no ultra-luxury line that can match our destination expertise and all-inclusive value.”
2011-12 Winter Collection Highlights:
• Seven Seas Voyager will operate five Mediterranean cruises in October and November with overnight calls in Jerusalem and Luxor, depending on the departure. In winter, she discovers India, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand. As a highlight, select voyages include a free, three-night land package* in Sydney, Dubai or Singapore.
• Seven Seas Mariner offers three Mediterranean itineraries before crossing the Atlantic for the Tropics. Three round-trip Fort Lauderdale cruises showcase the best islands of the Southern Caribbean then the ship explores South America on a grand 71-night circumnavigation. Four shorter segments are available. New ports include Arequipa, Peru; Antofagasta, Chile, and Porto Belo, Brazil.
• Seven Seas Navigator features two Canada and New England sailings from New York and Montreal focusing on fall foliage, followed by an 11-night Bermuda cruise, a series of Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises and a three-week South America adventure that includes the Amazon River, operating round-trip from Fort Lauderdale.