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Regent’s partnership with The Australian Ballet ‘a shared vision’

Steve Odell said Regent’s partnerships with The Australian Ballet and the Art Gallery of NSW underline its support for the arts industry
Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ multi-year partnership with The Australian Ballet highlights a shared vision in providing passengers and patrons inspiring and memorable experiences, SVP and MD Asia Pacific Steve Odell said.

Odell said it underlines the company’s dedication to supporting the Australian arts industry and follows this month’s announcement that it has partnered with the Art Gallery Society of New South Wales.

Exclusive events

‘We look forward to sharing the mystery and magic of ballet with our loyal guests through a range of exclusive events,’ he said.

He also said patrons of The Australian Ballet will be introduced to Regent voyages visiting destinations renowned for iconic ballet performances.

‘During immersive voyages to more than 450 ports around the world, travellers can choose from thousands of included unlimited shore excursions, including endless opportunities to delve into the art and cultural scenes of cities they visit,’ he said. 

Genuine alignment

‘The Australian Ballet is extremely proud to partner with Regent Seven Seas Cruises,’ Libby Christie, The Australian Ballet’s executive director, said.

‘We see a genuine alignment between our two brands and companies which recognises the importance of the highest standards of excellence and world class quality,’ Christie said. 

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