RSSC-Regent Seven Seas Cruises opened bookings for its 120-day long "Navigate the World, Elementals of the Pacific" world cruise, which is due to visit 59 ports in 17 countries. Departing on January 3, 2022, the voyage will take place onboard the all-suite Seven Seas Mariner, beginning and ending in San Francisco.
Sailing across 2 oceans the Regent world cruise will take on 13 seas, glaciers, and fjords along with 3 continents. In the 59 ports of call, 18 will be overnights, with passengers allowed more time to explore in Benoa Bali, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Singapore, Sydney NSW, Tokyo, and Vancouver BC.
A total of 43 UNESCO World Heritage sites are scheduled to be visited. Appealing to archaeology, history, and nature buffs, Taputapuatea in French Polynesia, (from Kobe) Kyoto’s Himeji Castle, the Wet Tropics of Queensland, and Bangkok’s Historic City of Ayutthaya will all be available to explore.
An impressive 299 free shore excursions will also be offered, including 3 new experiences. In Sydney NSW, cruisers can enjoy a 3-course lunch at Sydney Town Hall, prior to joining renowned Australian performer and conductor Bernard Walz in the Centennial Hall. Over in Hanoi (Ha Long Bay), a dinner show at the UNESCO World Heritage site is offered and passengers can dine on fresh seafood in the caves whilst enjoying a local band and dancers. Another opportunity is to attend a traditional tea ceremony in Tokyo held in beautiful gardens and complete with geishas, Kabuki dancing, and ninja performances.
Seven Seas Mariner will sail 28,270 nautical miles over her 120-day voyage. Onboard, wifi is complimentary and passengers are treated to re-stocked minibars, unlimited beverages, and bespoke onboard dining in one of the six dining venues onboard.