Regent announced 128-night World Cruise for Navigator 2017

By ,   July 16, 2015 ,   Cruise Industry

Regent Seven Seas is already offering a 128-night World voyage onboard its 490-passenger Seven Seas Navigator.

The roundtrip journey on the luxury cruise ship will depart from Miami on January 5, 2017. Six continents and 31 countries with more than 60 ports of call and 29 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, are scheduled to be seen.

Prices start at $55,000 per person and include pre-cruise hotel stay and gala-night at Biltmore hotel, Miami; first-class airfare; visa package; shore excursions and shoreside events; unlimited laundry (dry cleaning and pressing); medical services; a commemorative gift.

Highlights include Panama Canal transit and visits to French Polynesia, Fiji, Hawaii, Australia, Singapore, Thailand, Myanmar/Burma, Israel, Egypt, Greece, Turkey, Monaco, Italy, Spain and France.

Exclusive enrichment experiences offer a Dubai Sahara experience, Honolulu City tour, Kualoa secret island luncheon, Cafe de Paris gala dinner and casino visit in Monte Carlo. The line is also offering overland, overnight options so guests can visit the temples of Bagan, Taj Mahal and Angkor Wat.

Passengers will visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites like the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, the Elephanta Caves in India and Petra in Jordan.

Bookings have started since yesterday (Jul 15).