RSSC-Regent Seven Seas Cruises has shattered its previous world voyage opening day booking record. Reservations have doubled the previous record set by Regent's 2022 World Cruise. The company experienced the longest waitlist for a world voyage in its history, with the Penthouse Suites and above selling out within hours when sales opened on September 23.
Regent Seven Seas' 2023 World Cruise is the longest for the cruise line since 2011 and is scheduled to explore South America, Australia, South Pacific Islands, the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Spain on a 143-night journey across 72 ports of call.
The first all-suite, all-balcony cruise ship in the world, Seven Seas Mariner, will take passengers "Beyond the Horizon" by sailing 38,279 nautical miles, including a full Panama Canal transit and the navigation of 3 oceans, 14 seas, gulfs, straits, channels, and bays. On land, travellers will have adventures in 42 countries with up to 356 complimentary shore excursions and access to a total of 48 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Guests will enjoy an extended adventure in 11 cruise ports that feature overnights and will be treated to exclusive shore experiences in 3 exotic destinations - Bali, Singapore, and Walvis Bay - as well as a pre-cruise gala in Miami Florida.
Fares range between USD 78,000 and USD 209,000 per passenger with every luxury included. Past world cruise passengers and Seven Seas Society Members can enjoy additional savings.