Regent Seven Seas summer 2014 collection

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Looking for that truly all-inclusive experience?  Regent Seven Seas Cruises is currently considered the “most inclusive line, and has unveiled its new summer 2014 Collection.

Along with the highlights and itineraries listed below, Regent Seven Seas Cruises sailings also include all-suite accommodations, gourmet cuisine, premium spirits and fine wines, free shore excursions, gratuities and a pre-cruise luxury hotel stay for those in a concierge suite or higher, at no additional cost.  (They also include two-for-one fares, bonus savings of up to $15,000 per suite and free round-trip business class air for penthouse suites and higher on European voyages.)

The new summer collection features 60 itineraries in the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Alaska, New England, Canada and the Caribbean. RSSC’s three all-suite ships – Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Navigator and Seven Seas Voyager – will sail 23 Extended Voyages from 19- to 44-nights.  The ships will also visit 17 new ports of call, and overnight in 19 popular destinations.

Here’s information from the line on what to expect, by ship, from the collection: 

Seven Seas Voyager begins the season in Northern Europe and the British Isles with stops in several new ports including Kristiansand, Norway; Murmansk, Russia; and Helsingborg, Sweden; overnight stays in Oslo and Honningsvaag, Norway with a return to the North Cape; Dublin, Ireland; Bordeaux, France; and two-night stays in St. Petersburg, Russia. Additionally, the line will operate new embarkations in Oslo and Amsterdam providing 10 departure points in Europe, the most in the company’s history. Seven Seas Voyager ends the season in the Mediterranean with a final 21-night voyage to Bangkok, Thailand. Extended Voyages from 21- to 40-nights combine the best of Northern Europe, the British Isles, Western Europe and the Mediterranean.

Seven Seas Mariner will spend April to November traversing the coastline of the Mediterranean capping the season with a 44-night Extended Voyage from Rome to Miami. Guests will have the opportunity to explore several new ports including Antibes, France; Argostoli and Syros, Greece; Santa Cruz de la Palma, Canary Islands, Spain; and Dakar, Senegal. Extended Voyages from 19- to 44-nights include overnight stays in Florence, Italy; Lisbon, Portugal; and Alexandria, Egypt and two-night stays in Istanbul, Turkey and Jerusalem, Israel.

Seven Seas Navigator will spend May to August in Alaska with 13 seven-night voyages between Anchorage and Vancouver and a 12-night positioning cruise between Vancouver and San Francisco. In the fall, Seven Seas Navigator returns to New England and Canada for three 10-night cruises between New York and Montreal and a 15-night cruise from Montréal to Miami and ends the season in the Caribbean and the Amazon. Three Extended Voyages from 31- to 43-days offer coast-to-coast exploration.

 

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