A Regent Seven Seas Cruise Announced last day (25) The longest journey in the world Forever. It covers a total distance of 67,200 km in 25 countries and 97 ports. 150 night ride It is a journey that is as ambitious and luxurious as one can imagine.
Following a gala on January 7, 2025, the 684 passengers of the Seven Seas Mariner will set sail from Miami on a worldwide voyage that will take them to the southern Antarctic Peninsula.
“We know our guests are looking forward to extensive trips to overseas destinations, which is why we are incredibly excited to unveil the longest world cruise in our 30 – year history,” said Jason Montog, President and CEO of Regent Seven Cruises.
“In 150 nights, travelers will not only experience the highest level of luxury service, food and amenities, but will also travel to South Antarctica, East Asia and northern Alaska – all in one trip.”
Some of the highlights along the way include stops at 48 UNESCO World Heritage Sites: from the Sydney Opera House, the Singapore Botanical Gardens to the Ha Long Bay in Vietnam, and the Komodo National Park in Indonesia.
On board, guests can choose from one of four restaurants, including a classic American steakhouse, modern French cuisine and authentic Italian cuisine, and an all-day casual dining al fresco on the poolside grill.
The announcement is reminiscent of the 30th anniversary of the cruise line. Some of the facilities available on the Region 2025 World Cruise include first class airfare, door-to-door baggage service, advanced visa package, unlimited laundry, phone time per suite, onboard medical service and unlimited Wi-Fi. Keep in touch with the outside world.
Cruise stops will be held at two new ports for the Regent, including the remote Robinson Crusoe Island off the coast of Chile and Muroran on Hokkaido Island in northern Japan.
Travel Around the World will officially go on sale on June 15, and includes the value of the 150 Night Package Starting at $ 86,999 (Approximately R $ 420 thousand) Each guest for a deluxe veranda suite And US $ 249,999 (R $ 1.3 million) Per person for a master suite.
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