Regent Seven Seas Cruises drops included flights and transfers on standard offering

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has and dropped flights and transfers from its standard offering and introduced a new “ultimate all-inclusive fare”.

Currently, the line includes return flights, transfers between airport and ship, unlimited shore excursions, Wi-Fi, drinks and gratuities as standard.

But for all new bookings made by July 1, flights and transfers will not be included on what the line is calling its “all-inclusive cruise” fare.

However, the line has introduced a new “ultimate all-inclusive” fare, which does include flights as well as coach transfers between airport and ship.

The ultimate all-inclusive fare also includes private chauffeur credit up to $500 which customers can choose to spend on transfers between home and airport or to upgrade their coach transfers.

Bookings made prior to July 1 will remain unchanged with amenities included as originally selected.

President Andrea DeMarco said: “Regent prides itself on taking all-inclusive luxury to a whole new level whether on land or at sea.

“Our standard inclusions have been carefully curated to optimise each guests’ cruise vacation, taking into consideration what our guests have consistently told us they value the most, and our team is always ready to go above and beyond to ensure every moment aboard and ashore is tailored to exceed expectations.”

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