Seven Seas Explorer Starts Inaugural Caribbean Season

By ,   December 6, 2016 ,   Cruise Industry

After her launch and inaugural season sailing in the Mediterranean, Regent’s Seven Seas Explorer arrived at PortMiami to spend the winter season on 10 cruises that cross the Caribbean. This marks the North American debut for the all-suite, all-balcony, 750-passenger luxury liner. 

Seven Seas Explorer began her inaugural Caribbean season with a 14-night roundtrip Serene Islands cruise on December 4 and will then sail on a 10-night Caribbean Dawn voyage on December 14 that sail roundtrip from PortMiami. The ship then heads west as Seven Seas Explorer will ring in the New Year with a 16-night Grand Canal Crossing from Miami to Los Angeles with stops throughout the Caribbean and Central America.

The ship returns to South Florida on February 4 and will use PortMiami as its homeport for five back-to-back 10-night roundtrip voyages to islands of the Caribbean, Mexico, and Belize, including two voyages that call on the brand new, upscale resort-style destination in Belize called Harvest Caye - a destination developed by parent company Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings.

Seven Seas Explorer

“We’re excited to bring Seven Seas Explorer to PortMiami and provide guests with an incredible opportunity to experience the most luxurious ship ever built with the convenience of departing from a domestic homeport,” said Jason Montague, president and chief executive officer for Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

“We are also pleased that Seven Seas Explorer will be the first ship in our fleet to call on Harvest Caye, an exciting new destination in southern Belize filled with stunning beaches, fascinating wildlife, and resort-style amenities, including a sprawling pool with swim-up bar and private luxury beach villas.”

Source: Regent Seven Seas Cruises