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Regent Seven Seas celebrates new sales record with 2024/25 launch

Regent Seven Seas again breaks sales record with 2024/25 launch, Seven Seas Grandeur pictured
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Regent Seven Seas Cruises has once again broken its single day booking record with the sales launch of its 2024/2025 voyage collection.

The cruise line’s previous record was on 18 August 2021, when it released its 2023/2024 itineraries.

The feat is the company’s eighth record-breaking launch since 2019, when it achieved its then biggest world cruise launch day. Regent has subsequently attained three more world cruise records, through to this May, when its 2025 world cruise was unveiled.

According to the line, current booking trends demonstrate that guests are “keen to book exotic destinations with the desire to travel longer”, with sailings including destinations in Africa, Asia and South America making up approximately 70 per cent of the top 10 itineraries reserved.

There was also demand for the line’s suites, as well as the Regent Suite, illustrating that travellers “are putting more value on their time and experiences and are willing to spend more to explore the world in luxury”, Regent said.

An ‘incredible achievement’ for Regent Seven Seas

Regent Seven Seas Cruises president and CEO Jason Montague said: “This is an incredible achievement and is testament to the hardworking Regent teams across both our ships and shoreside offices around the globe.

“We thank our valued travel advisers we partner with and our loyal guests for their passion for luxury travel.

“This year’s voyage collection was highly appealing with more variety featuring over 160 new port-intensive itineraries that discover every part of the globe, including on board our newest ship Seven Seas Grandeur once she joins the world’s most luxurious fleet in 2023.”

Speaking to Cruise Trade News in July, Montague added: “We’ve never been better booked than we are today – that goes for all of our ships.

“You can tell from the forward demand that guests want to get back out and see the world.”

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