Regent Seven Seas Cruises recently announced they had achieved the largest booking day in the luxury line's 28-year history with the launch of its 2022-2023 Voyage Collection after sales opened at 8:30 a.m. EST on October 21.
Reservations surpassed the company's previous booking day record, set back in April 2018 with the launch of the inaugural season of Seven Seas Splendor, by nearly 40%. All destinations experienced high-interest levels but cruises in Africa, Asia, Northern Europe, and the Mediterranean were notably popular.
The 2022-2023 Voyage Collection launch saw a more than 100% increase in bookings from when Regent's 2021-2022 Voyage Collection went on sale in August last year. The company had surpassed the number of bookings for the launch of the previous year by 10:00 a.m. EST.
The collection of 148 cruises from April 2022 through the end of April 2023, boasts a total of 17 maiden ports of call for Regent and 105 overnights. Travellers will have access to 350+ UNESCO World Heritage Sites across thousands of complimentary shore excursions.
The record bookings day follows Regent Seven Seas' recent record-breaking launch day for the 2023 World Cruise.
New Regent Seven Seas Cruises 2022-2023 Voyage Collection features:
Seven Seas Splendor. After crossing the Atlantic ocean from Miami FL, Seven Seas Splendor’s 2022 summer cruise season begins with a 7-night Mediterranean voyage from Barcelona to Venice, and a 10-night Adriatic sailing from Venice to Monte Carlo before exploration of Northern Europe (featuring the Fjords of Norway, Baltic ports, and as far east as Saint Petersburg, Russia). The ship also sails the British Isles and visits the west coast of France. Following 7- to 12-night cruises to the Iberian Peninsula, the Canaries, the Italian and French Riviera, and the Adriatic, the ship sails 7- to-10-night voyages across the Eastern and Western Caribbean for winter 2022, into spring 2023. Sailing roundtrip from Miami FL, her Caribbean season features stops to the remote islands of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao, a festive trip along the Mexican Riviera to Los Angeles CA, and 2 Panama Canal transits. Seven Seas Splendor's passengers can enjoy a 65-night Grand European Sojourn Grand Voyage from Stockholm to Rome with up to 422 complimentary shore excursions.
Seven Seas Explorer. Seven Seas Explorer is spending Summer 2022 in the Mediterranean with 16 voyages ranging from 7 to 12 nights, with a focus on the Eastern Mediterranean, including 2 trips which take in ports on the Black Sea and 3 sailings to the Holy Land, with multiple overnights in Jerusalem (Ashdod). The ship continues to the Middle East for a 21-night cruise along the Gulf Coast before making her way to Singapore, calling in India, the Maldives, Thailand, Malaysia. Following a festive trip through Indonesia, Seven Seas Explorer spends the New Year in Australia and New Zealand, with overnights in Brisbane, Melbourne, Cairns. The ship rounds off Spring 2023 with explorations of South East Asia and also offers 2 Grand Voyages in the 73-night Grand Spice Route Quest from Istanbul to Auckland with up to 228 complimentary shore excursions, or the 61-night Grand Asia Exploration from Sydney to Tokyo with up to 220 complimentary shore excursions.
Seven Seas Voyager. The ship spends her early summer season in the Mediterranean on 10 to 12-night voyages as far west as the Canaries and Morocco, and as east as Istanbul, visiting Greek islands, the Balkans, France, Italy, and Spain. Voyager heads back for classic Mediterranean voyages later in the year, following a midsummer in Northern Europe with adventures in Greenland, Iceland, and across to Scandinavia and the Baltics. British Isles itineraries feature 5 ports of call in Ireland and 2 in Northern Ireland, with 3 out of the 7 being new. After Voyager’s European exploits, she heads south out of Lisbon on a 24-night voyage exploring much of Africa’s West Coast, followed by a couple of round-trip Cape Town cruises around South Africa, Namibia, and Mozambique. Crossing the Atlantic early 2023, Seven Seas Voyager boasts a South American season with voyages commencing in Rio De Janeiro, Buenos Aires, and Valparaiso (Santiago), including a 19-night journey with scenic Antarctica cruising.
Seven Seas Mariner. Seven Seas Mariner’s home for the summer of 2022, is Alaska. Passengers can discover the Last Frontier on a total of 18, 7-night cruises between Vancouver BC and Seward, with a 12-night trip ending in Los Angeles CA. The Mexican Riviera sees Mariner visit vibrant locales like Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, and Cabo San Lucas on a 9- and 10-night cruise, round-trip LA. SThe ship then heads down to Lima (Callao) through Central America. From here, Mariner navigates the South American coast across 3 unmissable cruises of 21-, 10-, and 18-nights, sailing from Lima to Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires to Rio De Janeiro, and a festive holiday from Rio De Janeiro to Miami including stops in the Caribbean. All 4 Central and South American sailings from LA to Miami can be combined into a 65-night Circle South America Grand Voyage with up to 170 complimentary shore excursions. After finishing Circle South America, the ship embarks on her 2023 World Cruise from Miami FL to Barcelona and explores South America, South Pacific Islands, Australia, Southeast Asia, India, the Middle East, Africa, and Spain on a 143-night cruise across 72 ports of call.
Seven Seas Navigator. After commencing her summer cruise season with an Eastern and a Western Caribbean voyage, Seven Seas Navigator sails a 25-night Amazon Odyssey, roundtrip from Miami FL. The ship then sails north with an overnight in Charleston and a 2-night stop in Bermuda on her way to Montreal. Seven Seas Navigator then explores Canada & New England during a 10-night trip before heading across the Atlantic, via Greenland and Iceland, to journey the highlights of Northern Europe. 3 additional sailings in the region see Navigator sail the British Isles, the Baltic, and a 12-night Western European voyage before she makes her way to New York City. The navigation of Canada & New England, Northern & Western Europe, plus the Atlantic crossing can be enjoyed as a 94-night Grand Arctic Adventure Grand Voyage, starting and ending in NYC with up to 415 complimentary shore excursions.