RSSC-Regent Seven Seas Cruises' ship Seven Seas Explorer welcomed passengers onboard once again since the pause in operations due to the COVID crisis. Guests boarded the boat in Trieste Italy on October 15 for a voyage through Italy, Croatia, and Greece.
The voyage took place in compliance with the company's improved health & safety program SailSAFE, with 100% vaccination of both passengers and crew members. Seven Seas Explorer is the 2nd ship in the fleet to return to service. Since September 11, RSSC's newest ship - Seven Seas Splendor, is also cruising successful opening season.
Under the leadership of Captain Rosario Vasta, Seven Seas Explorer offers 8-night cruises through the Adriatic and the Mediterranean, calling at Ravenna (Italy), Zadar (Croatia), Dubrovnik (Croatia), Bari (Italy), Corfu Island (Greece), Taormina (Giardini-Naxos, Sicily Italy), Sorrento/Capri (Italy). The ship is scheduled to arrive in Civitavecchia-Rome Italy on October 23, from where she continues to southern Europe prior to the Transatlantic crossing to Miami Florida USA. Seven Seas Explorer will then sail the Caribbean from mid-November through March 2022.
The next cruise ships in the fleet to resume operations are Seven Seas Mariner (December 18, 2021) and Seven Seas Navigator (January 6, 2022), both from PortMiami Florida. Seven Seas Voyager will be the last in the fleet to set sail from Barcelona (Spain) on February 15, 2022