Regent Seven Seas Cruises Announces New 2022-23 Voyage Collection

Seven Seas Explorer at sea
(Photo provided by Regent Seven Seas Cruises)

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has revealed its brand-new 2022-2023 Voyage Collection, which consists of 148 sailings from April 2022 to the end of April 2023 across Africa and Arabia, Alaska, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, Canada and New England, the Caribbean and Panama Canal, the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and South America, as well as transoceanic crossings and five Grand Voyages.

Sailings range from seven nights up to the recently announced 143-night 2023 World Cruise. The Voyage Collection has 17 maiden ports of call for the line and 105 overnight visits.

Highlights include Seven Seas Splendor's summer season in Scandinavia and the Baltics; Seven Seas Explorer in the Mediterranean visiting Turkey and Black Sea ports; Seven Seas Voyager's tour of Africa and a winter season in South America, which includes a sailing to Antarctica; Seven Seas Mariner's Alaskan summer and 2023 World Cruise; and Seven Seas Navigator's Grand Arctic Adventure and Caribbean cruises, which includes two voyages from Bridgetown, Barbados.

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Access to over 350 UNESCO World Heritage Sites across thousands of free unlimited shore excursions are available in the Voyage Collection. In addition, 36 sailings in Africa, Arabia, Australia, Asia and South America offer free pre- or post-land tour programs which, varying from two to three nights, give travelers more time to experience the regions' sights, history, culture and flavors.

New ports of call for various ships include: Killeybegs, Ireland; Kotka, Finland; and Salerno, Italy (Seven Seas Splendor); Bali (Celukan Bawang), Indonesia; Beppu, Japan; Doha, Qatar; Gili Mas (Lombok), Indonesia; Khasab, Oman; Salerno, Italy; and Sir Bani Yas, UAE (Seven Seas Explorer); Bantry, Ireland; Killybegs, Ireland; Londonderry, Northern Ireland; and Santiago de Compostela (Vilagarcía), Spain (Seven Seas Voyager); La Romana, Dominican Republic; Monterey, California; and Santa Barbara, California (Seven Seas Mariner); and Kotka, Finland; Olden, Norway; and Shelburne, Nova Scotia (Seven Seas Navigator).

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