RSSC-Regent Seven Seas Cruises delays the restarts of 2 ships

   January 8, 2022 ,   Accidents

RSSC-Regent Seven Seas Cruises postponed the restarts for 2 of its ships, citing 'travel complications arising from the spread of COVID-19 by the Omicron variant.'

Seven Seas Navigator is now expected to restart on March 9, instead of this month at PortMiami Florida.

Seven Seas Voyager will not set sail until March 26, instead of restarting next month from Barcelona (Spain).

RSSC said it would provide a 100% refund for the fares paid.

Regent's 3 other ships continue operating, with Seven Seas Splendor restarting in September 2021, Seven Seas Explorer in October 2021, and Seven Seas Mariner in December 2021.

RSSC significantly revised the 120-day world voyage on Seven Seas Mariner which embarked on January 5 in San Francisco (California USA). Guests who continue on the new cruise receive a 30% refund. Those who shorten the voyage after a segment get a refund for the nights not sailed, plus 15%. Those who cancel in full get a full refund.