Regent Seven Seas Cruises Plans 2017 World Cruise

Luxury cruise operator Regent Seven Seas Cruises has confirmed a World Cruise in 2017. Sailing round trip from Miami, the Seven Seas Navigator will embark on a 128-night voyage on 5 January 2017, visiting 6 continents, 31 countries and more than 60 ports featuring 29 UNESCO World Heritage Sites enroute.


Following a 1-night pre-cruise accommodation and gala dinner at the historic Biltmore Hotel, guests board the ship for the first leg in the Caribbean to George Town and Cartagena. She then traverses the Panama Canal to the Pacific Ocean, sailing along the Mexican Riviera and U.S. west coast, with port calls at Golfito, Puntarenas, Corinto, Puerto Quetzal, Acapulco, Cabo San Lucas, San Diego and Los Angeles.


From California, Seven Seas Navigator begins her trek to the southern hemisphere via Hawaii, bringing guests to Honolulu, Lahaina, Nawiliwili and Hilo. The ship will also visit the island paradises of French Polynesia, Tahiti, Samoa and Fiji enroute to New Zealand and Australia.


After sailing the South Pacific, the ship will traverse the Timor Sea to Indonesia’s famed Komodo islands and Bali before sailing across the Java Sea and Indian Ocean to Singapore.  From there, guests will sail north through the Straits of Malacca and Andaman Sea to Phuket and Yangon, where the 3-day call will allow ample time to explore this fast developing city. The equally exotic lands of India are next on the itinerary, with port calls at Cochin, Mangalore, Goa and Mumbai.


A northwestern passage across the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Oman through the Strait of Hormuz will bring the ship to the glittering Emirati cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Whilst in the Middle East, Seven Seas Navigator will also stop in Salalah and the heritage-rich ports of Aqaba, Safaga, Sharm el Sheikh and Haifa in Jordan, Egypt and Israel. She then transits the Suez Canal into the Mediterranean, calling at Limassol and Rhodes before cruising the Dardanelles to arrive in Istanbul.


The ship next sets a westbound course for the European leg of the world cruise, arriving in Civitavecchia and Monte Carlo, where guests will enjoy a gala dinner at the Cafe de Paris, before moving on to Provence and Barcelona. After cruising the Mediterranean, guests will visit Gibraltar before sailing to Seville, Lisbon and Funchal prior to the 5-day transatlantic crossing to Hamilton. Following another 2 days at sea, Seven Seas Navigator will dock back in Miami to complete the voyage.


With luxurious accommodation for up to 490 guests, a trio of fine dining restaurants and one of the highest space and service ratios in the cruise industry, the intimate Seven Seas Navigator holds pride of place amongst her fleetmates and contemporaries in the small ship category. In 2016, Regent Seven Seas Cruises will add a new member to its all-suite fleet, the 750-guest Seven Seas Explorer.


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