Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced a brand new 2022/2023 ‘Voyage Collection’.
The collection, inspiring people to book a cruise, consists of 148 new sailings with 17 maiden ports of call.
The season will run from April 2022 to the end of April 2023, with the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet sailing across Africa, the Middle East, Alaska, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, Canada, New England, the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mediterranean, Northern Europe and South America.
The luxury cruise line also running transoceanic crossing and five grand voyages.
Sailings will range from seven nights up to 143 nights – the longest being RSSC’s 2023 world cruise.
The new Voyage Collection includes 17 maiden ports of call and 105 overnight visits.
Among the scheduled sailings, Seven Seas Splendor will sail summer sailings in Scandinavia and the Baltics, Seven Seas Explorer will sail the Med with Turkey and the Black Sea and Seven Seas Voyager will sail Africa and spend her winter season in South America – including sailings to Antarctica.
Other highlights include Seven Seas Mariner‘s Alaskan summer and 2023 world cruise, Seven Seas Navigator‘s Grand Arctic Adventure and Caribbean cruises.
Sailings will include 350 Unesco World Heritage sites, with Regent Seven Seas Cruises offering thousands of free unlimited excursions.
The cruise line also offers a series of free pre- and post-land tour programmes in Africa, the Middle East, Australia, Asia and South America, ranging from two to three nights.
President and chief executive officer, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Jason Montague said:
“Launching a new Voyage Collection is always exciting, however knowing our guests’ strong desire to get back on the oceans, as illustrated by our record-breaking 2023 World Cruise launch, makes this one feel extra special.”
“Our guests are passionate about travel and exploring the world and I’m delighted that we can offer them such an exotic and expansive choice of global destinations, all to be discovered while sailing on board The World’s Most Luxurious Fleet.”