RSSC-Regent Seven Seas' ever-longest world cruise sold out in record time

   June 22, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

RSSC-Regent Seven Seas Cruises sold out in record time their longest world cruise ever, spanning 36,295 nautical miles across 25 different countries and 97 ports of call over 150 nights.

For the 4th year running, Regent sold out its world voyage in record time, with the sailing being completely reserved before officially opening for bookings on June 15.

Following a pre-cruise gala on January 7, 2025, a total of 684 guests aboard Seven Seas Mariner are expected to depart from PortMiami Florida on an epic around-the-world voyage that will take them as far south as the Antarctic Peninsula.

Among the highlights are no less than 48 UNESCO sites - from Singapore’s Botanic Gardens and Sydney's  Opera House to Vietnam's Halong Bay and Indonesia's Komodo Island NP.

The journey will also make calls at 2 new ports of call for the line, including Chile's Robinson Crusoe Island and Muroran (Japan Iburi Subprefecture on Hokkaido Island).

Fares for the 150-night voyage range between US$87000 (Deluxe Veranda Suite) and US$250000 (Master Suite) per person with double occupancy.

Seven Seas Mariner cruise ship

Regent’s World Cruise 2025 has been reserved by loyal past passengers as well as over a third of guests who'll be new to the line’s experience. While demand was strong across all categories, the vessel's Distinctive Suites were the first to sell out.

RSSC previously broke its world cruise opening day record in July last year when its World Cruise 2024 went on sale.