The NCLH-owned subsidiary RSSC-Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced that all 5 luxury ships in their fleet would be back in service by February next year.
Seven Seas Splendor is expected to be the line’s first ship back in service with her inaugural season from Southampton England UK that begins on September 11, 2021.
RSSC fleet’s remaining 4 ships return as follows:
Seven Seas Explorer is due to welcome passengers back on October 16, 2021, from Venice Italy. The ship will complete a couple of Mediterranean voyages prior to crossing the Atlantic to start a Caribbean season on November 15, 2021, with 8 new cruises including a 14-night Southern Caribbean sailing. On April 10, 2022, Seven Seas Explorer will sail back to Europe for her 2022 European summer cruise season commencing on May 14, 2022.
Following her technical drydock, Seven Seas Mariner is scheduled to return to sailing on December 18, 2021, from Miami Florida to San Francisco California where the ship is expected to begin a World Cruise on January 5, 2022.
Seven Seas Navigator’s restart will commence on January 6, 2022, from Miami FL with her 2022 Southern Caribbean winter cruises which include round-trip Bridgetown Barbados sailings.
Seven Seas Voyager returns to service with 5 new Mediterranean cruises, with the first one from Barcelona Spain on February 15, 2022, prior to commencing her 2022 European summer itineraries exploring Northern Europe and the Mediterranean from April 15, 2022.