RSSC-Regent Seven Seas Cruises unveils 5 new Grand Voyages for 2025-2026

   April 20, 2023 ,   Cruise Industry

RSSC-Regent Seven Seas Cruises unveiled 5 new Grand Voyages for the line's 2025-2026 collection.

The sailings onboard 4 ships of The World’s Most Luxurious Fleet are due to cruise itineraries across 5 continents and a total of 194 ports of call with destinations like Europe, North America, Africa, Asia, Australia & New Zealand.

RSSC has expanded their Grand Voyage collection to include five sailings in 2025-2026 due to the increasing popularity of extended luxury cruising. The prices for these voyages start at $44,999 per guest, and guests can choose from up to 589 free shore excursions and up to 9 overnight port stays.

The five sailings include the Grand Arctic Adventure, which is an 83-night voyage from New York to Barcelona on Seven Seas Mariner. The Grand Cultural Quest is a 117-night journey from New York to Barcelona on Seven Seas Mariner, with stops in Northern Europe and the Mediterranean. The Grand Continental Sojourn is an 84-night voyage from Barcelona to Sydney on Seven Seas Navigator, with stops in Africa, Asia, and Australia. The Grand Asia Exploration is a 61-night voyage from Auckland to Tokyo on Seven Seas Explorer, and the Indian Ocean Odyssey is a 64-night voyage from Mauritius to Rome, with stops in Africa, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean.

Guests who choose to embark on a Grand Voyage will be able to enjoy luxurious accommodations on board Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Navigator, or Seven Seas Voyager, as well as several amenities, such as a free 1-night pre-cruise hotel package and dinner, an exclusive shoreside experience, door-to-door luggage service, unlimited valet laundry, phone time per suite, and a commemorative gift. Moreover, they can avail of unlimited free shore excursions, round-trip business-class air on intercontinental flights from the U.S. and Canada, gourmet cuisine, fine wine and spirits, entertainment, unlimited internet access, pre-paid gratuities, and transfers between airport and ship already included in a Regent cruise.

Reservations are opening on May 3, 2023.

RSSC’s Grand Voyages 2025-2026 include:

Sail on the Seven Seas Mariner on an 83-night Grand Arctic Adventure, where you will journey from the eastern shores of North America to European ports, taking in awe-inspiring landscapes and enjoying overnights in Reykjavik, Oslo, Amsterdam, and Bordeaux. Or embark on a 117-night Grand Cultural Quest, which takes you on a journey through Western Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Arctic, with stops in Greece, France, Egypt, and Jerusalem (Ashdod), among others.

Experience the Grand Continental Sojourn, an 84-night journey from Barcelona to Sydney aboard the luxurious Seven Seas Navigator. This voyage will take you to Morocco, the Canary Islands, Cape Town, Madagascar, Seychelles, Oman, Qatar, India, Sri Lanka, Southeast Asia, Indonesia, and Australia.

Or, discover Asia on the 61-night Grand Asia Exploration Grand Voyage from Auckland to Tokyo on the Seven Seas Explorer. This voyage will take you through New Zealand, Australia, Bali, Singapore, the Philippines, and more, with overnights in Melbourne, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City, Shanghai, and Osaka.

Join the 64-day Indian Ocean Odyssey journey, which will take you on a discovery of the Southeast coast of Africa, Arabia, the Mediterranean, Greece, Turkey, and Italy. Depart from Port Louis, Mauritius, and indulge in the fare and flair of the Mediterranean with overnight stays in Tanzania, South Africa, Seychelles, and Egypt.

Finally, join the 2026 World Cruise – The Sense of Adventure – which embarks from PortMiami, Florida, and discovers incredible destinations in the Americas, South Pacific, Australia & New Zealand, Asia, Africa, and Europe. You'll explore 77 ports of call in 41 countries across 6 continents and sail for 154 nights on the Seven Seas Mariner, covering 39,911 nautical miles over more than 5 months. Enjoy 426 free shore excursions and 16 in-port overnight stays to explore fascinating locales such as Bora Bora, French Polynesia; Darwin, Australia; and Walvis Bay, Namibia, and access to 47 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.