Regent Seven Seas Cruises: cruises 2012-2013
Luxury cruise operator Regent Seven Seas Cruises introduced its new destination collection for the 2013 summer season. The company announced that booking of more than 50 cruise routes for 2013 summer season will start from April 2012.
In summer 2013 cruises from Regent Seven Seas will be presented in the Mediterranean Sea, Northern Europe and Alaska. By autumn the company plans to add traditional routes near the coast of New England and Canada, as well as cruises on the Amazon.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises is an operator offering "all inclusive" services in the field of luxury cruises. Today the company’s fleet includes three liners: Seven Seas Voyager, Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Navigator.
Cruise routes for the next season will also include new visiting ports. Moreover, among the Regent Seven Seas offers are both week-long and long-lasting cruises up to 43 nights.
In 2013 Seven Seas Voyager will serve cruises in Northern Europe. The liner will start new season with visiting the Norwegian fjords, and then will serve 10-day cruises between Copenhagen and Stockholm stopping in St. Petersburg.
Seven Seas Mariner will serve cruises in the Mediterranean. Its routes will include the coast of Tuscany, Provence, Cote d'Azur, Costa del Sol and Greece. During the cruises the ship will also visit ports of Corsica and the Canary Islands.
Seven Seas Navigator will spend the entire 2013 summer season in Alaska. It will depart from San Francisco to the famous glaciers and then complete the cruise in Vancouver. By autumn the liner will move to the east coast of the United States, where it will operate on the routes in New England and Canada.
Many new products are waiting for the Regent Seven Seas passengers this year. On all three ships of the company will be opened additional restaurants. From now Italian cuisine on the operator’s ships can be tasted in Sette Mari at La Veranda.
In addition, this year Regent Seven Seas passenger can expect massive bonuses and discounts. This summer the company will celebrate its 20th anniversary. Among the pleasant surprises for the customers is the possibility to save up to $8000 per suite when booking a cruise before March 31, 2012.
Photo: Marcus Lenk
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