Regent Seven Seas Cruises has hosted several agents on a shoreside excursion in Venice to further bolster its luxury proposition.
Day three of Regent and Inspiring Travel’s (ITC) “ultimate ship visit” event in the Italian city saw a group of 10 agents take part in one of the line’s 5,772 included global shoresides excursions, the Giro de Bacari tour.
The trip, which is one of 16 excursions the line offers in Venice, saw the group take in notable landmarks, such as St Mark’s Square and the Rialto Bridge, before visiting three local bars.
The tour, which is included in the cruise price, first stops at Naranzaria where guests can choose from a range of drinks, then Ristorante Taverna Al Remer for a small bite to eat and a drink and finally Sepa where guests can sample two delicacies and a glass of either red wine, white wine or Prosecco.
Regent bolsters luxury offering during Venice fam trip
After the excursion, the group visited the line’s newest and largest ship, the 732-guest Seven Seas Splendor, for a tour and dinner.
The all-suite, all-balcony vessel was built in 2020 and reinforces Regent’s luxury proposition by offering guests the chance to peruse $5 million worth of artwork as well as 267 glass chandeliers.
In 2024, Splendor will spend its summer season sailing the Mediterranean and a series of ex-UK itineraries from Southampton to Northern Europe. It will then offer Caribbean sailings out of Barbados in the winter.
It comes after the group visited a number of hotels in the city and toured the line’s oldest and smallest vessel, Seven Seas Navigator.