Regent Seven Seas Cruises unveils Grand Voyages for 2024 and 2025: Travel Weekly

Saying there is a “huge appetite” for longer voyages, Regent Seven Seas Cruises unveiled four Grand Voyages that will depart in 2024 and 2025. 

Reservations open on July 20. 

The 83-night Grand Arctic Adventure on the Seven Seas Mariner will depart from New York on June 2, 2024. 

Guests will visit Greenland and Iceland before crossing the North Sea via the Faroe Islands to Denmark. There will be Europe overnights in Antwerp, Berlin, Oslo and Stockholm. After exploring the fjords of Norway, guests will visit the Netherlands, France, Portugal and Spain. The cruise ends in Barcelona. Prices start at $62,499 per person.

The Grand European Sojourn roundtrip from Lisbon departs on the Seven Seas Voyager on June 28, 2024.

A 79-night voyage includes nine overnights, enabling guests to take their time in France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Turkey and Israel. Prices start at $62,999 per person. 

The 83-night Grand Arctic Adventure on the Seven Seas Mariner will depart from New York on June 2, 2024.

Grand Asia Exploration is a 63-night voyage from Tokyo to Sydney on the Seven Seas Explorer, departing Oct. 18, 2024.

Guests will enjoy extensive exploration of Japan with 11 ports, including overnights in Kyoto. Guests also will visit Taiwan, China, Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia. The voyage includes 10 port overnights. Prices start at $45,999 per guest. 

The 70-night Grand Spice Route Quest on the Seven Seas Voyager departs from Auckland, New Zealand, on March 25, 2025.

Guests cross the Timor Sea to Indonesia and spend overnights in Bali, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh and Bangkok. They also visit Sri Lanka, India and Egypt. The cruise ends in Athens. Prices start at $46,999 per guest. 

Grand Voyages include a one-night hotel package and dinner before the cruise, an exclusive shoreside experience, door-to-door luggage service, unlimited valet laundry (including dry cleaning and pressing), phone time per suite and a commemorative gift. 

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