Regent Seven Seas Cruises is accepting reservations for its new summer/autumn 2013 sailings featuring new ports of call and a range of extended voyages in Europe, North America and South America. To further boost its all-inclusive offering, the line has introduced a one-night pre-cruise hotel stay included on all of its 2013 sailings. Guests booking Penthouse suites or higher on Mediterranean and Northern European sailings are offered free Business Class upgrades.
Highlights of the new 2013 collection include ports calls to Ajaccio and Porto Vecchio (Corsica), Arrecife (Lanzarote) and Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Tenerife), extended voyages in Scandinavia, the Mediterranean, South America and a 24-night Amazon voyage, roundtrip from Miami, as well as sailings combining Alaska, New England and the Panama Canal.
The company's managing director UK & Europe, Graham Sadler, said: “Our 2013 summer collection offers an outstanding array of some of the world’s most popular destinations. Our new one-night pre-cruise hotel stay makes for a more leisurely start to our cruise holidays, easing the rush to get from the airport to the ship and, together with our new longer voyages and all-embracing range of free shore excursions we offer fantastic opportunities for guests to fully immerse themselves in the culture and lifestyle of these diverse regions at outstanding value.”
As examples of prices, a seven-night Baltic Highlights cruise on Seven Seas Voyager, departing on August 13, 2013, costs from £3,499 per person, while a 24-night Caribbean and Amazon itinerary on Seven Seas Navigator, departing on November 29, 2013, leads in at £6,769.