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Regent Seven Seas World Cruise 

Regent Seven Seas World Cruise

Regent Seven Seas Cruise
When Cruise Specialists clients step onboard a Regent world cruise for the first time, they instinctively know there will be many more Regent cruises in their future. Guests are treated to award-winning service, ultra-luxurious ships, indulgent cabins, impressive gourmet cuisine and stimulating itineraries.

Why Choose a Regent Seven Seas World Cruise

Regent is known for its captivating itineraries that span the globe, often visiting more than 40 ports of call on one world cruise or grand voyage. Their 72-night Circle South America sailing is often very popular as guests transit the Panama Canal; visit Antarctica; explore Rio; and sail up the Amazon River.

Regent’s fares are all-inclusive, meaning they include:

  • Fine wines, beer, premium spirits, soft drinks, specialty coffees and more
  • Open-seating and alternative dining
  • Unlimited shore excursions
  • 2-for-1 fares
  • Free first-class roundtrip airfare
  • Free luxury hotel package
  • Free prepaid gratuities

Other benefits of sailing on a Regent world cruise:

  • All-balcony, all-suite ships with the highest percentage of private balconies of any cruise lines comparable to the same size ships
  • 40+ fascinating ports of call on Regent’s ever-changing world cruise itineraries
  • One of the top staff-to-guest ratios in the industry where they learn your name and preferences
  • Small-group enrichment and excursion activities designed to help you experience the destination authentically
  • Dining includes gourmet restaurants such as the new steakhouse Prime 7, and Signatures, featuring Le Cordon Bleu®-inspired cuisine, Compass Rose, La Veranda and the al fresco Pool Grill
  • Entertainment includes expert guest lectures, and theatre performances
  • Pre-cruise gala event and overnight hotel stay

Why Book your Regent World Cruise with Cruise Specialists

Cruise Specialists guests will also receive the following exciting perks in addition to Regent’s amenities:

  • Well-traveled onboard hosts
  • Welcome reception
  • Complimentary shore excursions
  • Generous shipboard credits
  • Surprise gift
Learn More:
A Day in the Grand Voyage Life: Chilean Fjords & Cape Horn
A Day in the Grand Voyage Life: Panama Canal Transit
The World Cruiser’s Survival Kit: Top Five Essentials to Bring Onboard