Regent Seven Cruises Unveils 2024-2025 Itinerary Collection

Regent Seven Cruises has unveiled its new slate of 160 itineraries for the 2024-2025 season, according to a press release.

The collection covers all continents, from Africa and Arabia to Asia, Australia and New Zealand, Canada, New England, Alaska and Bermuda, the Caribbean, the Channel from Panama, the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, according to the company.

“Our 2024-2025 Voyage Collection has been curated to offer guests the opportunity to experience new cultures and gain new perspectives, across thousands of nautical miles. The collection is filled with opportunity after opportunity to connect with the world around us. With several new ports of call, a plethora of overnight stays in port, and our enviable inclusion of unlimited shore excursions, our luxury cruises are the cure for every traveller’s wanderlust,” said Jason Montague, President and CEO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. .

Sailings for the 2024-2025 season range from seven nights to the 150-night Away in Wonder World Cruise in 2025, and four Grand Voyages are included. Other highlights include two 14-night trips to Alaska, crossings to Western Europe, Mediterranean and Caribbean expeditions, and a first season in Canada and New England.

Samples of the Travel Collection 2024-2025:

The Seven Seas Grandeur will sail from Rome to Barcelona for her first Mediterranean season in July 2024. Overnight stays in Monte Carlo, Monaco, Venice, Italy and Istanbul, Turkey are among the highlights. In August, she will sail from Barcelona to New York, calling at Newport, Rhode Island, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Montreal, Quebec, Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Saint John, New Brunswick, Boston, Massachusetts and Bar Harbor, Maine.

From May to September, the Seven Seas Explorer will make 15 seven-night trips and two 14-night trips between Seward, Alaska and Vancouver, British Columbia. The ship will cross the Pacific Ocean from Vancouver, British Columbia to Tokyo, Japan, beginning in September and continuing through the winter of 2024.