Regent Seven Seas Cruises unveils longest-ever world cruise

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has unveiled its longest-ever world cruise.

The 154-night sailing will depart on January 10, 2026 on Seven Seas Mariner.

The Sense of Adventure itinerary is a round-trip embarking from Miami and calling at 41 countries across six continents.

Passengers will call at 77 ports across the Americas, South Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Africa and Europe, including three new ports of call for the line: Lifou Island and Maré Island, both in New Caledonia, and Waingapu in Indonesia.

The itinerary includes 431 shore excursions and 16 overnight stays in destinations including Bora Bora, Darwin and Walvis Bay.

Prices start from £79,219 for a Deluxe Veranda Suite and £215,339 for a Master Suite. Bookings open on March 22.

Andrea DeMarco, president of Regent Seven Seas Cruises, said: “Luxury travellers want to travel further afield and for longer durations, which is why we are excited to announce our newest and longest world cruise for 2026.

“The Sense of Adventure appeals to those who desire just that, over 154 nights of unforgettable experiences where guests will travel to the far flung reaches of the globe.

“Our world cruise guests will enjoy unmatched personalised service, impeccable hospitality, the sumptuous comforts of our all suite, all balcony accommodations, and an extensive list of inclusions that provide every luxury.”

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