Regent Cruises announced today its flagship ship, the flagship of the Grand European Canal cruises, will embark on a 15-night itinerary in August and September in 2023 and 2024.
Singapore will again be the center of the world in 2023, with the city-state set to host an unprecedented number of cruises, with 15 new ports of call.
The last time Regent Seven Seas Cruises added a new port of call was in 2008, when it launched its first cruise from New York City to the Bahamas. With that in mind, it’s no surprise that the cruise line announced that it will be adding 15 new ports of call to its existing itineraries in the next two years. The new itineraries will be offered on Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ three ships—the Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Mariner, and Seven Seas Navigator—from January through June of 2023.
The new 2023-2024 Voyage Collection from Regent Seven Seas Cruises includes 15 additional ports of call throughout the globe.
The line’s fleet of ships will sail 139 new voyages, including transoceanic crossings and four Grand Voyages, across Africa and Arabia, Alaska, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, the South Pacific, Canada and New England, the Caribbean and Panama Canal, the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, and South America.
There are approximately 129 overnight port stops on cruises ranging from seven nights to the 132-night 2024 World Cruise.
Grand Arctic Adventure — a 78-night cruise from New York City to Barcelona, Grand European Sojourn — a 62-night journey from Stockholm to Athens, Circle South America — a 67-night round trip beginning in Miami, and the Grand Asia-Pacific Journey — a 59-night voyage from Sydney to Tokyo — are the four Grand Voyages that have been curated.
Navigator of the Seven Seas (Photo courtesy of Regent Seven Seas Cruises)
Splendor of the Seven Seas
In March 2023, Seven Seas Splendor will begin a European season in the Mediterranean before moving to northern Europe in May.
The ship will travel around the British Isles in September before returning to the Mediterranean for a series of excursions.
The 62-night “Grand Europe Sojourn” sails from Stockholm in September for anyone interested in a Grand Voyage across the Mediterranean and Northern Europe.
The Seven Seas Splendor will sail to South America in December for a series of voyages that may be combined to form the 67-night ‘Circle South America’ Grand Voyage roundtrip from Miami.
The ship will cruise throughout the eastern and western Caribbean starting in February 2024.
Explorer of the Seven Seas
The Seven Seas Explorer will be in Alaska for the first time from June to September 2023. The ship will travel across the Pacific from September to spring 2024, offering Australia/New Zealand and Asia itineraries.
The 59-night ‘Grand Asia-Pacific Journey’ Grand Voyage, which will leave in January 2024, will include four Asia sailings.
READ MORE: AmaWaterways Expands Its River Cruise Offerings with a New 46-Night Cruise
Seven Seas Voyager is a ship that sails the seven seas.
The Mediterranean will be visited by the Seven Seas Voyager at the start of summer 2023. The ship will go north to the Baltics and northern Europe from July to September.
Seven Seas Voyager will set sail from Barcelona in November, skirting Africa’s west coast. She will sail two Africa trips from Cape Town after her arrival.
Seven Seas Voyager is a ship that sails the seven seas (Photo courtesy of Regent Seven Seas Cruises)
Mariner of the Seven Seas
The Seven Seas Mariner will begin Mediterranean excursions in May 2023 and will spend the whole summer there.
In September, the ship will travel to Canada and New England from New York City. The Seven Seas Mariner will depart in October for a trip across the eastern and western Caribbean.
The ship will end the year with a 25-night trip through the eastern Caribbean and the Amazon in December. Seven Seas Mariner will set sail on a 132-night globe trip in January 2024.
Navigator of the Seven Seas
Seven Seas Navigator will visit South America in March 2023 with a 24-night trip into the Amazon from Miami, which will also include a stop in the Caribbean. After that, guests will embark on a 14-night cruise through the eastern and southern Caribbean.
The ship will make four Canada and New England trips beginning in May.
Seven Seas Navigator will begin a European summer season in June, beginning in New York City and ending in Barcelona in September. The voyage includes stops in Canada, New England, Greenland, Iceland, the British Isles, the Baltics, Norway, the Bordeaux wine region of France, and the Iberian Peninsula.
The trip may alternatively be done as a single 78-night Grand Voyage called the “Grand Arctic Adventure.”
The ship will cruise in the Mediterranean later in September and into November before heading to the Middle East.
Seven Seas Navigator will embark on a 21-night trip from Dubai to Singapore in December.
Starting in 2024, the ship will sail to the South Pacific, then to New Zealand in March 2024, where it will conduct several voyages from Auckland.
New Places to Visit
Ships will visit 15 ports that are new to Regent Seven Seas Itineraries on some of the cruises listed above. They are as follows:
- Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah
- Philippines, Coron (Palawan)
- Miyako is a Japanese town.
- Japan’s Sapporo (Otaru)
- Québec’s Baie-Comeau
- Eastport is a town in Maine.
- Florida’s Fernandina Beach
- Turkey’s Izmir
- Marmaris is a town in Turkey.
- Spain, Puerto Banus
- Syros is a Greek island.
- Norway’s Leknes (Lofoten Islands)
- Brazil’s Itaja
- Panama City is a city in Panama.
- Vanuatu’s Mystery Island
Part of a beach trip I went on in Leknes, Norway’s Lofoten Islands.
Round-trip business-class flying from the United States and Canada, shore excursions in every port, specialty restaurants, wine and spirits, internet access, valet laundry, gratuities, and ground transfers are all included in cruise prices.
A complimentary pre- or post-cruise land program is included on over 25 trips onboard the Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Voyager, and Seven Seas Navigator, as well as new four-night land programs on select sailings.
Today is the first day of reservations.
READ NEXT: Silversea Cruises’ Luxury Ship Silver Moon Gets a First Look
- is royal caribbean offering incentives
- royal caribbean cruise events
- cruise incentives