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Regent Seven Seas resumes service after nearly 18 months

  • Cruises
  •   09-17-2021  10:15 am
  •   Pax Global Media
Regent Seven Seas resumes service after nearly 18 months
Seven Seas Splendor. (Regent Seven Seas)
Pax Global Media

Regent Seven Seas Cruises is back in business.

The luxury cruise brand set sail on its first voyage in just under 18 months, on Sept. 11, as new ship Seven Seas Splendor cruised from Southampton, England with fully vaccinated guests and crew.

The ship sailed from Southampton to Edinburgh, Belfast, Liverpool with stops in other ports.

“This cruise represents yet another huge step forward as we return to luxury travel. I am so excited for our guests who have waited patiently, and for our crew and team members across our global offices who have worked so hard to get to this moment,” said Jason Montague, president, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, in a press release.

“The Regent family is finally reunited, and we are delighted to provide our guests with the unrivalled Regent experience with every luxury included, while sailing the world, once more.”

VIDEO: PAX unpacks all-inclusive luxury at sea with Regent Seven Seas' Amélie Dubois

Seven Seas Splendor returns to Southampton on Sept. 22, cruising into the new Horizon Cruise Terminal, before sailing a 14-night voyage to Barcelona, Spain visiting Bordeaux, France and Lisbon, Portugal, and other destinations.

Regent Seven Seas' ships are small and exclusive. (Regent)

The ship will spend October and November in the Mediterranean before heading to the Caribbean for its winter season.

The next ship to set sail is the Seven Seas Explorer, sailing from Trieste, Italy on October 15, 2021.

Seven Seas Mariner will resume sailing Dec. 18, 2021, from Miami, Florida, as will Seven Seas Navigator on Jan. 6, 2022. Seven Seas Voyager will return on Feb. 15, 2022, from Barcelona, Spain.

All-inclusive luxury at sea, extravagant suites and immersive cultural experiences are what make sailing with Regent Seven Seas Cruises special.

Built to provide guests with the freedom and ability to relax to the fullest, the cruise line’s ships are small and exclusive and can accommodate a maximum size between 490 and 750 guests.

Last May, PAX’s Michael Pihach caught up with Amélie Dubois, business development manager, North East & Eastern Canada at Regent Seven Seas, to learn more about the company’s rise in the Canadian market, what travel advisors should know about the brand, and why now is the time to book a future cruise holiday. (Click here to watch the video interview). 

The cruise line also celebrated its return to sea by releasing the following video.


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