Regent Offers Free Business Class Air Travel

By ,   April 15, 2016 ,   Cruise Industry

Regent Seven Seas announced free international round trip business class air travel with 2017-2018 Itineraries.

The cruise line is the first to offer business class air travel as part of inclusive package. Regent Seven Seas Cruises already includes fine wines and spirits, unlimited internet access, free unlimited shore trips, prepaid gratuities, luxury pre-cruise hotel stays and ground transfers.

Upgraded fares are available on cruises involving international air travel from 26 North American cities, regardless of category booked.

Regent also released a selection of new itineraries, part of its 2017-2018 Voyage Collection, including the 30-day Grand Northwest Passage cruise onboard Seven Seas Navigator

Jason Montague, president and chief operating officer for Regent Seven Seas Cruises said: 

"The upcoming launch of Seven Seas Explorer and our $125 million fleet-wide refurbishment program will ensure our ships are the most luxurious. With this new inclusion of business class air we are furthering our position as the most inclusive luxury experience available.

"If you couple our unrivaled inclusive luxury experience with the dramatic new itineraries just unveiled, our guests will find it is the perfect time to sail with Regent Seven Seas Cruises."

The 2017-2018 Voyage Collection offers more than 100 itineraries. Additional Los Angeles departures are offered with increased Hawaiian Islands, Mexican Riviera and Panama Canal cruises - with the 4-ship fleet calling at over 335 ports in 98 different countries.

The collection sees Seven Seas Voyager returning to the Mediterranean for 2017 summer and fall. Seven Seas Explorer will set off on her inaugural season in Northern Europe.