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New ports, Grand Voyages highlight Regent's 2020-2021

Seven Seas Explorer will cruise in Asia and Alaska for the first time
Regent Seven Seas Cruises' 2020-2021 itineraries encompass 167 sailings with 11 maiden calls across Europe, Asia and the Americas, four newly released Grand Voyages, and new pre-and post-cruise land tours. Bookings open today.

New ports in Italy and beyond

New ports include La Rochelle, France; Lecce (Otranto), Crotone (Calabria), Siracusa and Porto Empedocle (Sicily) and Porto Torres (Sardinia), Italy; Stornoway (Hebrides), Scotland; Aalborg, Denmark; Phu My (Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam; and Cabo Frio, Brazil.

Two- to three-night pre- or post-voyage land-based tours are included on 21 voyages in all suite categories at destinations including Buenos Aires, Lima, Cape Town, Singapore, Hong Kong, Dubai, Bali and Auckland.

Seven Seas Explorer to Asia and Alaska

Seven Seas Explorer sails to Asia and Alaska for the first time.

Seven Seas Voyager visits Lecce, Crotone, Siracusa, Porto Empedocle and Porto Torres, Italy, and Cabo Frio, Brazil, for the first time.

Seven Seas Mariner will operate a 117-night world cruise from Miami to Barcelona, visiting six continents, 30 countries and 61 ports across South America, French Polynesia, Australia, Asia and the Mediterranean. Eleven overnight stays in port are featured, along with a maiden call at Esmeraldas, Ecuador.

Seven Seas Splendor to Cuba

Seven Seas Splendor sails to Havana, Cuba, nine times in its inaugural year, the most visits by a Regent ship to the island.

Four new Grand Voyages include a 91-night Grand Arctic Discovery, 68-night Grand Cape Horn Adventure, 76-night Grand Spice Route Quest and 61-night Grand Asia Exploration.

The 2020-2021 season features Regent's most overnight stays ever—114—and provides access to 352 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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