Regent Seven Seas Introduces Another World Cruise

   July 31, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

RSSC-Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced plans for another epic world voyage including stops in every of the seven continents except Antarctica.

The 117-night cruise onboard Seven Seas Mariner kicks off January 5, 2021 in Miami FL and includes visits to 61 ports in a total of 30 countries.

The cruise ship will nearly circle the globe. The sailing starts with visits to the Caribbean, including Antigua, Aruba, Bonaire, Grenada, and St Lucia islands.

Seven Seas Mariner cruise ship

From the Caribbean, Seven Seas Mariner will cross Panama Canal to Ecuador and Peru prior to heading west across the Pacific to Easter Island, Pitcairn Islands, Tahiti, Bora Bora, Samoa. 

Sailing on West, Mariner will spend over 3 weeks in Australia and New Zealand before heading to Asia for visits to Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore. The cruise ship will then cross Bay of Bengal to Sri Lanka and India prior to visiting Arabian Peninsula for calls in Oman and the UAE (United Arab Emirates). Stops in Egypt and Jordan are also on the schedule as the ship approaches Suez Canal for transit to the Mediterranean (where port calls include Haifa, Limassol, Rhodes, Patmos, Lesbos, Santorini, Istanbul, Bozcaada, Kusadasi, Amalfi, Civitavecchia (for Rome), Livorno, and Monte Carlo. 

The voyage ends in Barcelona on May 3, 2021.   

Fares for the world cruise start at US$61,999 per person, including first class flights to Miami FL and business class flights back from Barcelona, along with exclusive shore-side events and a number of other perks. 

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