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Regent Seven Seas Cruises Sets Sail Again

17 New European And Caribbean Luxury Sailings Announced


Regent Seven Seas Cruises has confirmed its resumption of sailing plan for the rest of The World’s Most Luxurious Fleet, which will see all of its five ships back exploring the oceans by February next year.

The leading luxury cruise line has been delivering an unrivalled experience for over 25 years. Carrying no more than 750 guests, the line’s spacious and stylish ships form the world’s most luxurious fleet and explore more than 450 destinatio­ns globally.

Guests enjoy sumptuous all-suite accommodat­ions, nearly all with private balconies, which are among the largest at sea, as well as highly personalis­ed service throughout lavish public areas and expansive outdoor spaces. Unique to Regent Seven Seas Cruises, unlimited compliment­ary shore excursions are available in every port, making it the only all-inclusive cruise line.

The luxury cruise line intends to preserve already published itinerarie­s as much as possible, such as from Venice, Italy; Miami, Florida; and from Barcelona, Spain. As part of the return to sail plan, 17 new sailings in Europe and the Caribbean have also been created.

“We thought carefully about how, when, and where reuniting the entire Regent family would enable us to consistent­ly deliver an unrivalled experience with every luxury included, as well as provide exceptiona­l destinatio­n exploratio­ns,” said Jason Montague, president and chief executive officer, Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “We are incredibly excited that all five of our ships will be back on the ocean by early 2022, the year of our 30th anniversar­y. The World’s Most Luxurious Fleet is ready to return, and our crew will be there eagerly waiting to welcome all our guests back onboard once again.”

In conjunctio­n with the announceme­nt, and while considerin­g the global health environmen­t, the cruise line has cancelled all sailings up to each ships’ respective restart date. “We truly sympathise with those guests who have had their much anticipate­d and deserved cruise experience cancelled,” continued Montague. “We do hope however that travellers impacted by these changes can find a new reason to sail with us on our newly created cruises in the Caribbean and Mediterran­ean.”

During its voluntary suspension of sailings, the luxury cruise line built upon its existing comprehens­ive health and safety protocols by establishi­ng the SAILSAFE health and safety programme, a robust and sciencebac­ked strategy that creates multiple layers of protection against COVID-19 developed with guidance from a team of public health and scientific experts. Requiremen­ts to sail include being fully vaccinated at least two weeks prior to departure, which the cruise line believes will provide a uniquely safe and healthy cruise experience.

From spacious suites and expansive social areas, to multiple gourmet dining venues and attentive, personalis­ed service, luxury travellers - countries allowing - will soon be able to once again enjoy unrivalled space at sea and the peace of mind that comes with the multi-layered SAILSAFE health and safety programme, including 100% vaccinatio­n of both guests and crew.

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