Seven Seas Navigator, following a multimillion dollar refurbishment, will sail a 137-night voyage across the Southern Hemisphere, starting on January 8, 2018. The ship will sail round-trip from Los Angeles CA and visit 5 continents, 28 countries, 64 ports of call, 28 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Company president Jason Montague cited in a statement the popularity of the 2017 world cruise as a reason for going forward with a next round-the-globe sailing in 2018.
The route takes cruisers across the Pacific Ocean to Hawaii, other Pacific islands, Australia, New Zealand, Southeast Asia, across the Bay of Bengal to South Africa. Seven Seas Navigator will then cross the Atlantic to call at South America and Caribbean before traversing Panama Canal and stopping in Central America on her way back to L.A. The voyage ends on May 25.
Complimentary shore excursions are offered in all ports of call. In addition to the regular fare inclusions of Regent (tips, drinks, etc.), world cruise guests will receive first-class airfare, a visa package, luggage service, unlimited laundry service, onboard medical services and satellite phone time.
Fares start at US$59,999 per person staying in a Deluxe Window Suite.