Regent Seven Seas Cruises Offers New 137-Night World Cruise

Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced today plans for a new 137-night world cruise onboard the intimate Seven Seas Navigator, which recently emerged from a multi-million dollar refurbishment. Following the popular demand of its upcoming 2017 circumnavigation of the globe, the luxury line will offer an innovative itinerary for 2018 exploring sensational destinations across the Southern Hemisphere.

Exploring the Southern Lands

Setting sail on 8 January 2018, the 38,528-nautical-mile sojourn will begin and end in Los Angeles, visiting five continents, 28 countries and 64 ports of call-including 28 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The ship first takes a southerly route across the Pacific Ocean to the lush Hawaiian Islands and tropical oases of French Polynesia, American Samoa and Fiji, continuing to New Zealand and Australia before cruising through exotic Southeast Asian destinations in Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia.

Seven Seas Navigator will then cross the Bay of Bengal for South Africa, where she will call at the cultural wonders of Richards Bay, Durban, East London and Cape Town. Enroute, the 490 guests onboard will visit the island paradises of the Maldives, the Seychelles, Mauritius and Reunion Island.

Leaving Africa, the ship makes a crossing of the Atlantic Ocean to arrive in South America. She will stop in the ports of Uruguay, Argentina and Brazil, immersing her guests in the local culture and lifestyle which continues into the Caribbean to Curacao and Aruba. A transit of the iconic Panama Canal follows and the ship next explores delightful Central American ports in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Guatemala before finally docking in Los Angeles on 25 May 2018.

All-inclusive Luxury

Guests booked on the 2018 world cruise will be able to indulge in Regent Seven Seas Cruises most inclusive luxury experience, which includes a vast array of complimentary and unlimited shore excursion, allowing them to become immersed in each destination visited. Several complimentary shoreside experiences are also planned as the ship traverses the globe, including exclusive engagements such as a pre-cruise gala at the Beverly Wilshire hotel in Los Angeles, dinner in the bush at the Zulu Nyala Private Game Reserve in South Africa and a tranquil visit to the Australian countryside with a visit and tasting at a local winery in Adelaide.

Guests sailing on the world cruise will also receive additional included amenities, such as first-class air travel, door-to-door luggage service, a comprehensive visa package, unlimited laundry, satellite phone usage and onboard medical services onboard Seven Seas Navigator, where public spaces and suites were updated to feature the same elegant styling and detail of the soon-to-debut Seven Seas Explorer.

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