Regent Seven Seas Cruises is getting ready for a full return to service. This week, Regent highlighted its plans for the rest of 2021, including sailings in Europe, North America, and more. Here’s what it looks like.
Following Seven Seas Splendor embarking on its inaugural season on Sept. 11, 2021, from Southampton, England, Regent’s four remaining ships will return to the ocean beginning October 2021.
The luxury cruise line intends to preserve already published itineraries as much as possible, beginning with Seven Seas Explorer on Oct. 16, 2021, from Venice, Italy, as the ship takes over five of Seven Seas Mariner’s cruises, with Mariner going into a technical dry-dock.
Seven Seas Mariner will resume sailing on Dec. 18, 2021, cruising from Miami, Florida to San Francisco, California where the vessel will begin a World Cruise on Jan 5, 2022.
As part of the return to sail plan, 17 new sailings in Europe and the Caribbean have been created for Seven Seas Explorer and Seven Seas Voyager and are scheduled to go on sale in early June 2021.
Seven Seas Explorer will welcome back guests on Oct. 16, 2021 sailing from Venice, Italy. The ship will complete two Mediterranean voyages before crossing the Atlantic to Miami, Florida, and, from Nov. 15, 2021, sail two sailings in the Caribbean
Seven Seas Explorer will then begin a newly created winter Caribbean season featuring eight new sailings, starting Dec. 20, 2021, with a 14-night Southern Caribbean cruise. After a trans-Atlantic crossing, the ship will arrive back in Europe on April 10, 2022, sailing three more newly created Mediterranean itineraries before embarking on the 2022 European summer season on May 14.
Seven Seas Voyager returns with five new Mediterranean voyages, the first from Barcelona, Spain on Feb. 15, 2022, before commencing 2022 European summer season itineraries exploring the Mediterranean and Northern Europe from April 15, 2022.
Seven Seas Navigator’s resumption will begin Jan. 6, 2022, from Miami, Florida with 2022 Southern Caribbean winter sailings, which include multiple round-trip Barbados voyages.
The cruise line has canceled all sailings up to each ships’ respective restart date. Guests with impacted bookings will be contacted directly or via their Travel Advisor.