Regent to offer complimentary unlimited Internet

By ,   October 15, 2015 ,   Cruise Industry

Starting with winter 2016-2017 itineraries, Regent Seven Seas will provide free unlimited Internet to all guests.

The luxury line already offers many inclusions like round trip airfare, alcohol and gratuities. Regent is also expanding its land tour program. Free 3-night excursions will be offered in new locations such as Cape Town, Hong Kong, Beijing and Angkor Wat, and will include special experiences such as an African safari, a visit to the Great Wall of China or stop at a Thai elephant camp.

During its 2016-2017 winter season, Regent vessels will sail 56 voyages - from 7 to 128 nights - including a special sailing of new ship Seven Seas Explorer to commemorate the cruise line's 25th anniversary in 2017.

The Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet will cruise to South America, Asia, Africa, the Mediterranean, Caribbean, the South Pacific and more, this winter, including four new ports: Gisborne, New Zealand; Rijeka, Croatia; Harvest Caye, Belize; and Mazatlan, Mexico.

A breakdown of Regent's 2016-2017 winter itineraries by ship is as follows:

  • Seven Seas Navigator embarks on its 128-night world cruise in January 2017, crossing the Panama Canal and Suez Canal, and visiting 62 ports in 31 countries across six continents.
  • Seven Seas Mariner begins its season of 16 voyages in the Caribbean, heads through the Panama Canal into South America and the Mexican Riviera, and then returns to Alaska in May 2017. A featured itinerary is "Villages of the Amazon," a 25-night adventure that sails the Amazon River and Eastern Caribbean with 13 ports of call, departing round trip from Miami.
  • Seven Seas Voyager will make 11 voyages this season, including "Koalas to Kiwis," a 14-night cruise sailing Sydney to Auckland and including scenic cruising through the Milford Sound fjords of New Zealand. The rest of its time will be spent in the Mediterranean.
  • Seven Seas Explorer debuts in July 2016 and will sail 18 cruises including a 16-night "Grand Canal Crossing" from Miami to Los Angeles, along with a transatlantic to the Mediterranean, where it will embark on its 10-night Barcelona-to-Venice anniversary voyage.

Source: RSSC