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Regent Seven Seas reveals sizzling summer of 2015 cruise schedule

Swank sailing plus gourmet cuisine aboard RSSC
Swank sailing plus gourmet cuisine aboard RSSC

It’s never too early to book a Regent Seven Seas cruise. The, upscale, foodie favorite (cuisine on these ships is phenomenal) cruise line sells out fast partly due to very aggressive marketing and mostly due to the repeat passenger popularity of the luxury fleet. That said, if you’re considering a cruise on RSSC sometime in the future (many 2014 are already sold out), company just announced that Seven Seas Voyager, Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Navigator will be heading to more than 185 exciting ports that include new stops at destinations such as Palamós and Almería, Spain; Walvis Bay, Namibia; Tyne (Newcastle), England; İzmir, Turkey; and Malmö, Sweden.

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“The dream voyages in our 2015 Summer Collection promise memories that will last a lifetime,” shares Kunal S. Kamlani, the line’s president. “We deliver the most inclusive luxury cruise experience with highly personalized service, acclaimed gourmet dining with no surcharges and an exciting collection of free and unlimited shore excursions in each port.”

Summer of 2015 will also usher in a refreshed and rejuvenated fleet thanks to multi-million dollar refurbishment of the fleet that reflects Park Avenue elegance and sophistication. The award-winning ships are the perfect size for exploring some of the world’s most legendary cities and boutique ports as they can sail in and out without restriction.

Here are some good choices for summer of 20015, bookings open at the end of February 2014:

  • Seven Seas Voyager will make 11 sailings across the Russianregion, many of which feature multiple overnights in historic St. Petersburg or a wealth of opportunities to explore the British Isles. A 20-night, round-trip sailing from Copenhagen departing July 6 explores the Norwegian fjords. Seven Seas Voyager then spends the holiday season on a 28-night, Cape Town-to-Singapore voyage with inaugural calls on Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and Sabang, Indonesia.
  • Seven Seas Mariner offers more choices in the Mediterranean than ever before, featuring the new ports of Trieste, Italy; Almería, Spain; and Gythion, Greece. Overnight destinations include Venice, Barcelona, Lisbon and Istanbul. Later in the season Seven Seas Mariner departs Lisbon and sails the coast of western Africa with an inaugural call in São Tomé and Príncipe.
  • Seven Seas Navigator hits the Americas, with voyages along the ancient and magnificent glaciers of Alaska on 16 voyages. In September, she embarks on a 21-night itinerary that begins in San Francisco and transits through the Panama Canal, concluding in New York. From there, the colors of the fall take center stage as Seven Seas Navigator calls on the eastern seaboard’s most beautiful cities, including Montréal; Québec City; and Bar Harbor, Maine.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises takes ‘all-inclusive’ outside the box with free fleet-wide free Wi-Fi for Concierge Suites and higher throughout the ships. two-for-one fares plus the following:

  • Free round-trip air
  • Early bookings savings of up to $6,000 per suite
  • Free unlimited shore excursions in every port of call
  • Free premium spirits, fine wines and gratuities included
  • Free business class upgrades for Concierge Suites and higher on European voyages
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout the ship for Concierge Suites and higher
  • Free luxury hotel package for Concierge Suites and higher

For the 2015 Summer Collection, special child fares (18 years of age and under) on 15 Mediterranean and Northern European voyages are available starting at $1,700 per child. To receive a brochure or for more information on Regent Seven Seas Cruises, visit, call toll-free 800-285-1835 or contact a professional travel agent.

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