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See the World from the Seas

Embark on an adventure of epic proportions: Regent Seven Seas Cruises is expanding their repertoire of extended luxury voyages for 2025/26, including an unrivalled World Cruise sailing the globe for 154 days

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Perhaps it’s a renewed interest in travel and adventure, or a pandemic-induced realisation that life is to be enjoyed, not endured. Maybe it’s just down to the rise in location-independent work. Whatever the reason, the trend is clear: more and more people are keen to explore the world in all its vibrant diversity and are seeking to devote more and more time to the pursuit in the form of extended, multi-month adventures. And Regent Seven Seas Cruises® is rising to the occasion.


The leading luxury ocean cruise line recently announced the addition of five new Grand Voyages to its 2025/26 collection, with itineraries ranging from 61 to 117 nights. The sailings span five continents and 194 ports of call, offering up to 589 complimentary shore excursions to choose from; Regent Seven Seas Cruises is, in fact, the only truly all-inclusive cruise line in the world.


The first to set sail, departing 10 July 2025, is the Grand Arctic Adventure: an 83-night voyage from New York City to Barcelona aboard the Seven Seas Mariner. Guests will take in the majestic fjords and rugged coastlines of Greenland, Norway, Iceland and the Faroe Islands, as well as the gastronomic and cultural treasures of Dublin, Bruges, Rotterdam, Stockholm, Riga, Gdansk, Edinburgh and Porto – to name but a few. Overnight port stays in seven cities, including Reykjavik, Oslo, Amsterdam and Bordeaux, allow ample opportunity to soak in the beauty of each destination and get a feel for the local way of life, as do the 364 shore excursions on offer.


The journey doesn’t have to end once anchor drops in Barcelona: voyagers keen on discovering more of the Mediterranean can opt for the immersive 117-night Grand Cultural Quest that continues the Grand Arctic Adventure, sailing onward with the Seven Seas Mariner to a treasure trove of destinations whose sunny climes and vivid cultures have captivated travellers for centuries. Sip wine in Provence. Dine on handmade pasta in Rome. Ascend the Acropolis in Athens. Investigate the ruins of ancient Ephesus. Soak in the cultural curiosities of Jerusalem. Experience the history and hectic of Cairo. Wander the charming streets of Valletta. 589 shore excursions and nine overnight ports of call await on this legendary voyage from the Arctic Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea.


Embarking from Barcelona to Sydney, the Seven Seas Navigator will set out on 31 October 2025 for the 84-night Grand Continental Sojourn – an alluring journey of discovery that sails along the western coast of Africa to the Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea, before exploring Southeast Asia and pressing on to Australia. The voyage encompasses 213 shore excursions and five overnight port stays, with highlights including the beaches and coastal towns of the Canary Islands, Cape Verde, São Tomé, Madagascar, the Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Bali and Phuket, as well as the cosmopolitan charms of Cape Town, Singapore, Dubai, Doha, Mumbai, Yangon and Singapore.


On 12 January 2026, the Grand Asia Exploration will depart from Auckland for a 61-night journey en route to Tokyo aboard the Seven Seas Explorer, with 213 included shore excursions and five overnight port stays. The first half of the cruise is spent gliding through the fjords and sounds of New Zealand, as well as enjoying the coastal highlights of Tasmania and southern Australia, from Melbourne to Perth. The ship then heads north to Bali, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan, China, South Korea and, finally Japan, taking in a fascinating array of cities, landscapes, cultures and traditions.


A journey for intrepid luxury travellers, the Indian Ocean Odyssey offers a glimpse into a diverse and exotic selection of underrated destinations as it sails from Mauritius to Rome across 64 nights. Beginning in Port Louis, the Seven Seas Voyager makes multiple stops in Madagascar, as well as Tanzania, Mozambique, the Seychelles and the French Comoros, along with lesser-known South African ports of call, like Mossel Bay, Port Elizabeth and Durban. From there, it’s on to Oman, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan, before crossing the Suez Canal into the Mediterranean to visit Turkey and a bevy of Greek islands, as well as Sicily and, finally, Salerno and Rome. Guests enjoy 172 possible shore exclusions and five overnight ports of call on this beguiling voyage.


The true highlight of the Regent Seven Seas Cruises repertoire, however, is its unparalleled 2026 World Cruise – The Sense of Adventure, circumnavigating the globe in 154 nights and promising events and experiences unlike any other. The round-trip voyage begins in Miami on 10 January 2026, covering 39,911 nautical miles and exploring 77 ports of call in 41 countries across six continents. The 431 shore excursions on offer include 47 UNESCO World Heritage sites, from Cape Town’s Robben Island to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.


Whether sailing for two months or five, comfort is key on an extended voyage. That’s why Regent Seven Seas Cruises assure all-suite, all-balcony accommodations on their spacious ships – The World’s Most Luxurious Fleet™ – as well as personalised service and warm hospitality to make guests feel at home. Thoughtful amenities, like unlimited internet, unlimited valet laundry and complimentary transfers make life on board and on land easy and hassle-free, as does the luxury all-inclusive concept that ensures your wallet never has to leave your suite; everything from gourmet dining to fine wine and nightly entertainment is fully covered.


All that’s left to do is sit back, relax, and see the world from the high seas.


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