Grand Arctic, circle South America, maiden calls feature in Regent’s 2019-20

A 77-night ‘Grand Arctic Quest’ and a 66-night ‘Circle South America’ voyage feature in Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ newly unveiled March 2019 through June 2020 program, along with a bevy of new ports.

Both the new ‘grand voyages’ offer an extended experience with no destinations repeated. Sailing from London to New York aboard Seven Seas Navigator, ‘Grand Arctic Quest’ will visit the British Isles, Iceland, Scandinavia, Greenland and New England.

The ‘Circle South America’ itinerary, round-trip Miami aboard Seven Seas Mariner, also includes the Amazon River.

Travelers aboard a ‘grand voyage’ and the world cruise get even more included amenities from the already highly inclusive Regent, such as free first-class air, exclusive shoreside events, unlimited laundry, a commemorative gift and phone time.

The 2019-20 program offers voyages of seven to 131 nights in the Mediterranean and northern Europe, Alaska, Canada/New England, Bermuda, the Caribbean, South America, Asia, Australia and the South Pacific.

Fares include all-suite accommodations, business-class air on all intercontinental flights originating in the US and Canada and air on domestic flights, unlimited shore excursions, unlimited Wi-Fi, unlimited beverages (including fine wines and premium spirits), specialty dining, pre-paid gratuities and transfers between airport and ship. Travelers in concierge-level suites and higher also get a free one-night hotel stay before embarking their ship.

Seven Seas Explorer will sail northern Europe and the Mediterranean from April through November 2019, and the Caribbean from December 2019 through February 2020. Punta Cana (Dominican Republic) will be a maiden port on Christmas Eve 2019. The ship also will operate westbound and eastbound Panama Canal voyages in March 2020 before returning to Europe in April.

Seven Seas Mariner is back in Alaska from May through September 2019. The ship will cruise the Caribbean in October and make a maiden call at Acujulta (El Salvador) before…

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