Regent Opens Bookings for Seven Seas Splendor

   April 15, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

RSSC-Regent Seven Seas opened bookings for the inaugural season of its newest ship, launching February 2020. The first voyage onboard Seven Seas Splendor begins on February 7, 2020 and takes guests on a 14-night transatlantic sailing from Barcelona to Miami FL.

The inaugural season of Seven Seas Splendor reveals a lineup of destination-rich itineraries visiting iconic locations throughout North America, the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. 

Following her first transatlantic cruise on February 7, ‭Seven Seas Splendor transits Panama Canal on her way to Los Angeles February 25, 2020, visits Cartagena and anchors along the coastline of Cabo San Lucas. Then, she offers the chance to traverse the canal west to east, as she sails out of Los Angeles to Miami FL on March 14, 2020. 

Seven Seas Splendor cruise ship

Back on Atlantic coast, the ship embarks on a spring sojourn between Florida and New York City on April 1, 2020. Highlights include overnights in Oranjestad Aruba and Charleston, before arriving in the Big Apple. Then, from NYC, she sets her course to Barcelona, departing on April 16, 2020 for 2 weeks. 

Beginning April 30, Splendor kicks off her inaugural Mediterranean season with the advantage of being the best size to reach the most intimate ports in the region, such as Palamos, Toulon, Kotor. The first of the Mediterranean cruises is a 12-night on May 28, 2020 from Barcelona which culminates with an overnight stay in Venice. Seven Seas Splendor rings in the summer via a 12-night trip to the ancient world June 4, 2020 including visits to Jerusalem and Rhodes. Then, two more 10-night cruises from Ibiza to Civitavecchia-Rome set sail on June 16 and 26, 2020.

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