Regent Seven Seas Cruises unveiled its 2016 summer and fall collection, featuring more than 60 itineraries, three Grand Voyages and 11 new ports.
The Seven Seas Explorer will set sail on its maiden voyage and inaugural season as part of the summer 2016 schedule.
Deployment includes Europe, Alaska, Canada/New England and Asia.
In total, the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet will visit 220 ports in 71 different countries with its summer and fall collection, including several overnight stays.
The luxury line also introduced three new Grand Voyages, ranging from a 47-night London to Copenhagen sailing to a 64-night Barcelona to Sydney sailing.
The 47-night London to Copenhagen sailing introduces new ports that explore the fjords of Greenland with stops in Nuuk and Qaqortoq. The sailing also visits beautiful and less traveled ports such as Denmark’s ancient history of Torshavn (Faroe Islands) and Iceland’s scenic cities of Akureyri and Isafjordur.
For select sailings in the Mediterranean, Asia and Africa, Regent will introduce new options for its free Extraordinary Land Program, which includes a free three-night hotel stay and complimentary guided tours that immerse guests in the destination.
One experience explores cities of the Emirates. Another excursion includes visiting Abu Dhabi.
In total, Regent Seven Seas Cruises ships will visit 11 new destinations as part of the summer and fall collection. These new ports of call include:
• Alotau, Papua New Guinea
• Gijon, Spain
• Portoferraio (Elba), Italy
• Bastia, France
• Gaeta, Italy
• Gaspe, Canada
• Nuuk, Greenland
• Paamiut, Greenland
• Portimao, Portugal
• Qaqortoq, Greenland
• Vlissingen, Netherlands