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Regent Seven Seas Cruises invites you to ‘Upgrade Your Horizon’

Regent Seven Seas Cruises is offering guests a free two-category suite upgrade and reduced deposits across voyages to over 500 ports of call.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has launched Upgrade Your Horizon, a special offer inviting guests to enjoy ‘An Unrivalled Experience™’ with a generous free two-category suite upgrade on all ships and all destinations*, up to a Penthouse Suite (Category A), when booked by 29 February 2024. Guests can also benefit from the flexibility of a Reduced 7.5% Deposit until 31 March 2024 to secure their dream suite and itinerary early. For a limited time, Regent is also extending rich savings of up to 50% on over 80 destination-immersive voyages across locales the world over.

With more than 400 voyages included in the offer, travellers will be able to choose from cruises departing between January 2024 and June 2026, sailing to Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, Alaska, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, the South Pacific, Canada and New England, the Caribbean and Panama Canal, the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and South America.

Upgraded horizons across the globe

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has highlighted a series of captivating sailings to help guests plan their next dream cruise experience in true, all-inclusive luxury.

Northern Europe

Fire, Ice & Splendor
Seven Seas Splendor
Reykjavik to London (Southampton)
25 July 2024 – 18 nights
Saving of up to 45% per person

Guests can explore the rugged allure of Iceland, the Faroe and Shetland Islands, Norway, The Netherlands, Belgium, France and Guernsey on a fascinating Northern Europe voyage, featuring up to 86 included shore excursions. Setting sail from Iceland’s diverse capital, Reykjavik, the cruise calls into the breathtaking natural beauty of Isafjordur and the small village charm of Akureyri on one of the world’s longest fjords. Seven Seas Splendor then sails the Norwegian Sea stopping at the Faroe Islands’ Torshavn, a picturesque port steeped in Viking history, and Lerwick in the Shetland Islands, Scotland. In Norway, guests will have the chance to explore Maloy, Bergen, Stavanger, Kristiansund and Oslo. The cruise then sails the North Sea with calls into Amsterdam, Antwerp, Honfleur and Guernsey, before disembarking in London (Southampton).

Bergen, Norway © Zarnell/Getty Images

Mediterranean

Sunset Over Seville
Seven Seas Splendor
Lisbon to Barcelona
29 March 2025 – 10 nights
Saving of up to 25% per person

This enticing Mediterranean sojourn will provide travellers the opportunity to experience the diversity of the region. With the luxury of an overnight stay in the captivating Spanish city of Seville and calls in Tangier, Morocco; Ajaccio (Corsica), France; Portofino, Italy and Monte Carlo, Monaco, guests can explore rustic landscapes, glamorous isles, colourful souks and ornate piazzas. Boasting up to 58 included shore excursions, guests can immerse themselves in this fascinating culture-rich region while tasting their way across the Mediterranean, enjoying iconic foods such as spanakopita, Cacio e Pepe and fresh local fish dishes.

Seville, Spain ©paologallophoto/Canva

Asia

Blossoms, Towers & Temples
Seven Seas Explorer
Tokyo round trip
5 March 2025 – 14 nights
Saving of up to 30% per person

Guests will be able to enjoy the spring colours of Japan with a Tokyo roundtrip cruise that visits Kyoto, Seoul and Shanghai with two days of gliding through the East China Sea. With up to 44 shore excursions included, guests will immerse themselves in the breathtaking ancient shrines of Kyoto, be dazzled by the World Heritage-listed Changdeokgung in Seoul, and soak up the splendour of Shanghai with strolls along the legendary waterfront, known as the Bund. Guests will be able to explore the Old City to see the 400-year-old Yuyuan Garden, learn the city’s history at the Shanghai History Museum and enjoy street food wherever they go, from crab shell pies to dumplings. The cruise starts and finishes in the bustling metropolis of Tokyo, where guests can explore historic temples like Senso-ji, visit the glorious Imperial Palace, shop to their heart’s content in Ginza, and snap a selfie at the infamous Shibuya Crossing.

Kyoto, Japan © Sanga Park

Canada & New England

Colourful Canopies
Seven Seas Splendor
Montreal to New York
22 October 2025 – 11 nights

With up to 57 included shore excursions available on this voyage aboard Seven Seas Splendor, this sailing stops at the vibrant French-inspired cities of Montréal and Québec before entering Canadian waters and cruising the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Highlights include the picturesque village of Saguenay, home to the Saguenay Fjord, tours of opulent mansions of many of America’s wealthiest Gilded Age tycoons in Newport, and outdoor activities including hiking and whale watching while being surrounded by breathtaking scenery.

Saguenay River © PavelS/Getty Images

Africa

Celebration in South Africa
Seven Seas Splendor
Cape Town round trip
21 December 2024 – 15 nights
Saving of up to 30% per person

Guests will love this festive journey filled with the vibrancy and allure of Africa with up to 21 included shore excursions. The cruise starts and finishes in Cape Town and sails to the unspoiled natural lagoon of Walvis Bay in Namibia, the subtropical South African city of Durban and the relaxed charm of Maputo in Mozambique. With three overnights and an included pre- or post-cruise land program in Cape Town, this itinerary allows guests to fully engage with this beautiful region over the festive season. Highlights include a safari at a private game reserve, a township tour and an exhilarating off-road outing into the breathtaking Namib Desert. It is an exhilarating way to celebrate the end of one year and the beginning of another.

Namib Desert © Kamchatka/Canva

Australia

Australian Magic
Seven Seas Mariner
Sydney to Bali
27 March 2025 – 14 nights
Saving of up to 25% per person

The Australian Magic cruise bids farewell to the billowing sails of the Opera House and departs Sydney’s sparkling harbour to sail north along the country’s east coast. Much like the whales that swim north in search of warmer waters, Seven Seas Mariner sails through the Tasman, Coral and Arafura Seas, with stops at the Australian coastal cities of Newcastle, Mooloolaba, Townsville, Cairns, Cooktown and Darwin. From here, the voyage cruises through the East Timor Sea into Indonesia before stopping at Komodo – home to the famed Komodo dragon – and Bali (Benoa). With up to 27 included shore excursions, highlights include tours to some of Australia’s iconic wildlife locations, snorkelling and scuba diving on the Great Barrier Reef, and trips to the seaside temple of Tanah Lot and terraced rice paddies.

Great Barrier Reef, Australia © mevans

South America

Beauty at the end of the world
Seven Seas Mariner
Rio de Janeiro to Santiago
25 January 2025 – 22 nights
Saving of up to 25% per person

With up to 37 included shore excursions, guests will find themselves immersed in an extraordinary voyage around the tip of South America. With a blend of beach resorts in Uruguay’s Punta del Este, the buzzing cities of Rio de Janeiro, Santos and Buenos Aires, and the natural splendour of Tierra del Fuego National Park, this 22-night journey sparkles with possibility. The pristine wilderness of Patagonia promises an immersive encounter with the raw beauty of the southernmost regions of the Americas. Venturing southward, Seven Seas Mariner will sail the legendary Drake Passage – known as the gateway to the frozen continent of Antarctica – explore the dramatic Chilean fjords, where rugged landscapes meet serene waters, and journey to the southernmost city, Ushuaia, at the ‘end of the world’.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil © f11photo/ Getty Images Pro

Visit RSSC.com/Upgrade-Your-Horizon, call 1300 455 200 (AU), or 0800 625 692 (NZ), or contact your Travel Advisor. 

*World Cruises and Grand Voyages are not included in the Upgrade Your Horizon offer.

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