Regent Seven Seas unveils new voyages

ntroduced its 2014-2015 Winter Collection featuring voyages to Asia, Africa, South America, South Pacific, Caribbean, Europe and Alaska.

In total the line’s vessels will sail 48 itineraries and 19 Grand Voyages to more than 200 destinations in 75 countries. The collection, which features voyages taking place from November 2014 to May 2015, includes 23 new destinations from Busan, South Korea to Zadar, Croatia.

UK and Europe managing director Graham Sadler said: “We are particularly excited about the launch of our Grand Voyage itineraries as Seven Seas Mariner will explore the South Pacific for the first time in five years and Seven Seas Voyager will call on an array of new ports in Africa and Asia.?

“Seven Seas Navigator will offer more choice in the Caribbean than ever before.

“We offer the only truly all-inclusive experience and continue to set the standard for the cruise industry, most recently adding complimentary Wi-Fi for concierge-level and higher guests.”

All Regent Seven Seas Cruises sailings include round trip air and transfers, unlimited shore excursions, premium spirits and fine wines and gratuities as well as a pre-cruise luxury hotel packages.

Seven Seas Voyager begins its season in Dubai, travelling on to Cape Town and then Singapore. Maiden ports of call will include Maputo in Mozambique, Langkawi in Malaysia, Nosy Be/Nosy Komba in Madagascar, and Mossel Bay and Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

It then visits Asia and the Pacific on six itineraries ranging from 14 to 21 nights, calling on Singapore, Hong Kong, Beijing, Tokyo and Dubai. For the first time, the line is calling on Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia; Kaohsiung, Taiwan; Busan, South Korea; and Ishigaki and Kagoshima, Japan.

May 2015 will be spent in the Mediterranean with three itineraries, beginning with a 20-night journey from Dubai to Barcelona, followed by two seven-night sailings from Barcelona to Lisbon and then Lisbon to Southampton. Highlighted ports include Petra, Jordan; Rhodes, Greece; Málaga, Spain; Oporto, Portugal; and Bordeaux, France.?

The South Pacific and Tahiti are featured destinations for Seven Seas Mariner’s winter offerings. The season will open with the choice of a 16-night itinerary from Miami to Los Angeles or a 34-night voyage from Miami to Papeete in French Polynesia.

New ports of call include Corinto, Nicaragua; Nawiliwili (Kauai) and Kahului (Maui), Hawaii; Nuku Hiva, Marquesas Islands; and Fakarava, French Polynesia.

The ship will then go to New Zealand and Australia, calling at a variety of new ports including Raiatea, Huahine and Rangiroa in French Polynesia, Champagne Bay (Espiritu Santo) in Vanuatu, and Pago Pago in American Samoa.

From March 2015 to mid-April she will explores South America with three itineraries from Lima, to Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro, and Rio de Janeiro to Barcelona.

Seven Seas Navigator will start with 16 Miami round trip sailings to the Caribbean. In May it’s focus will be Alaska.<