CruiseBuoyed by the bigger demand for longer multi-destination cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises has released its new series of Grand Voyages.

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The Seven Seas Voyager will host two separate Grand Voyages that will take cruisers to multiple countries across Europe, Asia and Africa.
The Seven Seas Voyager will host two separate Grand Voyages that will take cruisers to multiple countries across Europe, Asia and Africa. Photo Credit: RSSC

In 2024 and 2025, Regent Seven Seas Cruises will take luxury cruisers on four Grand Voyages ranging from 63 to 93 nights across Northern Europe, the Mediterranean, Asia and Africa. Reservations have commenced on 21 July for these recently unveiled sailings.

“We are delighted to fully unveil our incredible Legendary Journeys Voyage Collection for 2024-2025,” said Jason Montague, president and CEO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “The recent launch of our 2025 World Cruise was met with unprecedented demand, so we know that there is huge appetite for our longer voyages.”

The Grand Arctic Adventure

Cruisers can look forward to sailing through the picturesque fjords of Norway.
Cruisers can look forward to sailing through the picturesque fjords of Norway. Photo Credit: GettyImages/Ladiras

On 2 June 2024, the Seven Seas Mariner will depart New York for an 83-night adventure that will allow cruisers to take in the vistas of Greenland and Iceland before crossing the North Sea via the Faroe Islands to Denmark. The ship will continue cruising through the British Isles and call at Antwerp, Berlin, Oslo and Stockholm where cruisers can disembark to explore the cities’ sights. Passengers can also expect to explore Norway’s fjords and enjoy summer in the Netherlands, France, Portugal and Spain before arriving to its final destination in Barcelona.

The Grand European Sojourn

Guests can disembark from the Seven Seas Voyager to explore Turkey.
Guests can disembark from the Seven Seas Voyager to explore Turkey. Photo Credit: GettyImages/Aleh Varanishcha

This roundtrip sailing on 28 June 2024 takes cruisers on a 79-night journey from the British Isles to the Mediterranean on board Seven Seas Voyager. Passengers will find nine overnights that can give them ample time to explore France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Turkey and Israel. The ship will also call at new ports in Italy, Greece and Turkey, and take cruises from Tangier to Istanbul to soak in centuries of culture along the Mediterranean coast.

The Grand Asia Exploration

Cruise from the jewels of Japan to idyllic Southeast Asia shores, to Australia’s wilds on a 63-night voyage from Tokyo to Sydney.
Cruise from the jewels of Japan to idyllic Southeast Asia shores, to Australia’s wilds on a 63-night voyage from Tokyo to Sydney. Photo Credit: RSSC

Departing 18 October 2024 from Tokyo, cruisers will be taken on a 63-night sailing around Asia, starting with 11 ports in Japan that include overnights in Kyoto. The ship will then continue onward to Taiwan, China, Vietnam and Thailand before ending its voyage with an overnight in Sydney. The itinerary will comprise 10 port overnights and an exclusive shoreside experience.

The Grand Spice Route Quest

Captivating cultural dishes await in-land in Bali, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh and Bangkok.
Captivating cultural dishes await in-land in Bali, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh and Bangkok. Photo Credit: GettyImages/kanuman

The 70-night sailing that departs from Auckland on 25 March 2025 onboard Seven Seas Voyager is the one for the foodies. The ship will cross the Timor Sea to Indonesia where guests can then retrace historical spice trade routes and enjoy the varied aromas and tastes of varied cultures on overnights in Bali, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh and Bangkok. Cruisers will also have the opportunity to visit the spice capitals of Sri Lanka and India, and take in the splendour of ancient Egyptian monuments in Luxor.

“Our guests are eager to travel around the world and create memories all while enjoying the exquisite luxuries that are the hallmark of the Regent experience. We are confident that these four inspiring Grand Voyages will be incredibly popular,” Montague said.

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