Regent Seven Seas launches ‘immersive’ range of voyages

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has created a range of ‘Immersive Overnight’ voyages to give passengers time for “deeper exploration and discovery” in ports.

Six itineraries are featured in the 2024-25 collection with 26 evening shore excursions available to passengers.

Optional excursions include sunset wine tasting in Tuscany, a private piano concert in Rome and a Michelin-starred dinner in Athens.

The 10-night Adriatic Elegance itinerary on Seven Seas Voyager (pictured) will sail from Trieste to Athens and includes overnight stays in Zadar, Croatia; and Kotor, Montenegro.

Passengers will have the option of joining the Zadar Sunset Serenade excursion featuring a Jazine bay cruise. Prices start at £5,475 based on an October 5 departure.

The 14-night Blossoms, Towers and Temples cruise on Seven Seas Explorer will sail roundtrip from Tokyo, calling at Kyoto, Seoul and Shanghai.

Shore excursions include eating dinner in a temple in Seoul and having a foot massage, walk and meal in Shanghai. The lead-in price is £6,642 based on a March 5, 2025, departure.

The 10-night Flair, Flavour and Culture cruise on Seven Seas Splendour will depart on April 20, 2025, and costs from £6,579.

Sailing from Monte Carlo to Athens, the cruise will spend two nights in Salerno before journeying on for one overnight in Ephesus, Turkey and one night in the Greek capital.

Passengers can join the Wine & Dine Experience on the Amalfi Coast where they will sample select wines and eat dinner at a winery.

All Immersive Overnight itineraries are included in the line’s wave promotion, where passengers will receive a free two category suite upgrade on bookings secured by February 29.

President Andrea DeMarco said: “Our Immersive Overnights collection featuring an overnight stay in every single port of call will change the way luxury travellers cruise.

“These extended overnight experiences will allow guests unparalleled immersion in a range of incredible global destinations from Incheon, South Korea; to Zadar, Croatia; to Stockholm, Sweden.”

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