Regent Seven Seas Cruises outlines entire fleet restart plan

Regent Seven Seas has outlined plans to get all five of its ships sailing again by the middle of February 2022.

Starting from October 16, Seven Seas Explorer will take on the previously published cruises of Seven Seas Mariner which is due to go into dry-dock.

The vessel will initially start with two Mediterranean voyages before repositioning to Miami where it will offer Caribbean sailings from November 15.

After its dry-dock, Seven Seas Mariner will resume sailing on December 18, 2021, from Miami and Seven Seas Navigator will return from January 6, 2022.

Seven Seas Navigator will offer Southern Caribbean winter sailings from Miami and Seven Seas Voyager finally returns with five new Mediterranean sailings, starting from Barcelona on February 15, 2022.

As previously announced, the first of the line’s five vessels to resume operations is Seven Seas Splendor (pictured), which will begin sailing on September 11, 2021, from Southampton.

The line has also added 17 new sailings in Europe and the Caribbean that will be on Seven Seas Explorer an Seven Seas Voyager. The new voyages are due to go on sale on June 2.

One of the new sailings is a 12-night Tapas, Tenerife and Tangier roundtrip sailing departing from Barcelona on February 15. Ports of call include the Canary Islands and Gibraltar.

Regent has cancelled all sailings up to each ship’s respective restart date.

President and chief executive Jason Montague said: “We truly sympathise with those guests who have had their much anticipated and deserved cruise experience cancelled.

“We do hope however that travellers impacted by these changes can find a new reason to sail with us on our newly created cruises in the Caribbean and Mediterranean.”

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