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Regent Seven Seas Cruises unveils Concierge Collection for 2022

The cruise-and-rail combinations include a host of worldwide destinations.

Regent Seven Seas has unveiled its new Concierge Collection schedule for 2022, combining rail tours and cruise voyages to craft diverse luxury breaks for its clients.

Railway journeys include the Rocky Mountaineer in the heart of the Canadian Rockies; the 1920s style Venice Simplon-Orient-Express through the Swiss Alps and Italian Dolomites; or the Hiram Bingham journeys amongst Machu Picchu. 

Graham Sadler, senior vice president, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, said of the new offerings: “Regent Seven Seas Cruises is delighted to offer guests these enriching and luxurious experiences to truly immerse themselves in some of the world’s greatest destinations, all while enjoying the unrivalled Regent experience with every luxury included. We have refined and finessed our unique Concierge Collection to offer discerning travellers new opportunities to see the marvels of the world whilst uncovering and exploring new territories in old, familiar places.”

Guests have four options for a luxury summer cruise of the Alaskan coast alongside a journey aboard the Rocky Mountaineer, including a San Francisco to Vancouver route aboard the Seven Seas Mariner; this 18-night cruise and land combination departs on May 5, 2022, and starts from £8,999 per guest. 

For those searching closer to home, the 14-night Venice to Barcelona route takes cruisers aboard the Seven Seas Voyager before the railway whisks guests away on the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, an authentically roaring 1920s experience, from £9,569 per person.

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