Regent Announces Details on Seven Seas Splendor’s First Summer Season

Rendering of Seven Seas Splendor

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has released details on the inaugural itineraries for its newest ship, the upcoming Seven Seas Splendor. The new luxury cruise ship will offer 15 summer sailings in Europe following its February 2020 launch. The new ship is a sibling vessel to the Seven Seas Explorer, which debuted in 2016.

During its summer 2020 season the Seven Seas Splendor will visit destinations such as Zadar (Croatia), Koper (Slovenia), Bordeaux, Barcelona, the British and Greek Isles, and the Italian and French Rivieras. The new ship will also explore Spain and Portugal, as well as sail a transatlantic crossing.

In addition to the six winter 2020 voyages previously announced, Seven Seas Splendor’s summer 2020 Inaugural Europe Collection includes these 15 sailings:

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May 12
Enchanting Mediterranean: Venice to Rome (including a visit to Cannes, France on May 18 during Cannes Film Festival.)

May 21
Exquisite Riviera: Rome to Barcelona (including a visit to Monte Carlo on May 24 during Monaco Grand Prix.)

July 6
Secret Isles: Rome to Venice

July 13
Spirit of Greece: Venice to Venice

July 23
Festa in Italia: Venice to Barcelona

August 4
Iberian Peaks & Coasts: Barcelona to Southampton

August 18
British Immersion: Southampton to Southampton

August 30
Europe Beyond Measure: Southampton to Monte Carlo

September 14
Spanish Embrace: Monte Carlo to Rome

September 24
Aegean Treasures: Rome to Athens

October 4
Grecian Wonders: Rome to Istanbul

October 14
Ancient Ruins & Picturesque Shores: Istanbul to Venice

October 24
An Italian Romance: Venice to Rome

November 3
Lovely Mediterranean: Rome to Barcelona

November 13
The Perfect Sojourn: Barcelona to Miami

Several itineraries also include overnight port stays in Venice, Jerusalem (Haifa), Lisbon, Bordeaux, Monte Carlo, Istanbul, Florence/Pisa/Tuscany (Livorno), Barcelona and in the Royal Naval Dockyard (Bermuda).

Seven Seas Splendor is an all-suite, all-balcony ship, with a capacity of up to 750 guests. Suites range from the 307 square-foot Veranda Suite, to the 4,443 square-foot Regent Suite. Nearly 90 suites on the Seven Seas Splendor offer butler service. The Regent Suite will accommodate up to six guests and includes a private in-suite spa with sauna, spacious living room and bedrooms, private solarium, three walk-in closets, private dining room, unlimited Canyon Ranch spa services in-suite, personal butler and private car and driver in every port, among other amenities. The ship’s inaugural voyage on February 7, 2020, takes guests on a 14-night transatlantic journey from Barcelona, Spain, to Miami.

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