Regent Seven Seas Cruises adds five Grand Voyages for 2025-26

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has added five extended sailings to its 2025-26 programme.

The Grand Voyage itineraries on board four ships range from 61 to 117 nights across five continents and 194 ports of call.

The 83-night Arctic adventure itinerary departs New York on board Seven Seas Mariner and calls at a selection of North American and European ports, including Boston, Halifax, Newfoundland, Reykjavik, Oslo, Amsterdam, Bordeaux, Lisbon and Seville before concluding in Barcelona.

Prices start at £53,669 based on a July 10, 2025 departure and includes up to 364 shore excursions.

Passengers can choose to depart the ship after 83-nights or have the option to stay on to complete a 117-night ‘Grand Cultural Quest’, which continues for another 34 nights and calls at ports in Italy, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, Israel, Egypt, Malta and Tunisia before concluding in Barcelona.

The lead-in for the full voyage starts at £74,069 and includes up to 589 shore excursions for passengers to choose from.

A 84-night ‘Grand Continental Sojourn’ from Barcelona to Sydney calls at ports in Morocco, Canary Islands, Cape Town, the Seychelles, Oman, Qatar, India and Sri Lanka.

The Seven Seas Navigator cruise departs from the Spanish port on October 31, 2025 with prices starting at £37,179 with up to 213 shore excursions included.

Passengers on a 61-night ‘Grand Asia Exploration’ will cruise from Auckland to Toyko on board Seven Seas Explorer, including overnight stops in Melbourne, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City, Shanghai and Osaka.

Prices start at £40,689 based on a January 12, 2026 departure and include up to 153 shore excursions to choose from.

A 64-night ‘Indian Ocean Odyssey’ departs from Mauritius on board Seven Seas Voyager with calls in Madagascar, Tanzania, South Africa, Mozambique, the Seychelles, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, Turkey and Greece and Rome.

The lead-in is £34,829 based on a February 12, 2026 departure with up to 172 shore excursions for passengers to choose from.

All itineraries include business class flights and transfers, one-night pre-cruise hotel stay with dinner, unlimited shore excursions, drinks, meals and laundry service.

RSSC president Andrea DeMarco said: “Discerning travellers are continuing to seek longer and more immersive cruise experiences which is why we are excited to unveil our incredible Grand Voyage collection for the 2025-26 season.

“These five new voyages appeal to those who desire longer, more immersive experiences, with itineraries ranging from 61 to 117 nights of unforgettable experiences across the world.”

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