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Regent Seven Seas Cruises Announces New Exotic Itineraries For 2018

Cruise Line & Cruise Ship | Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Kristina Rundquist | August 02, 2016

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Announces New Exotic Itineraries For 2018

PHOTO: New destinations await on your 2018 voyages. (Courtesy Regent Seven Seas Cruises)

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has made its reputation on being the world’s most inclusive luxury cruise line.

Its fleet of three award-winning, all-suite vessels visits more than 375 destinations worldwide and, come 2018, six new exotic itineraries will be added to the roster.

They include:

Los Angeles to Auckland (29 nights. Fares from $14,999). Departing Jan 8, 2018, this cruise will first take guests to Hawaii, where guests will have the opportunity to explore Honolulu, Hilo, Kahului Maui (Hawaii’s Valley Island) and Nawiliwili Kauai, where they can experience the thrill and wonder of a helicopter tour of the Na’apali Coast, the Alakai Swamp (the wettest place on Earth) and the colorful Waimea Canyon. Other stops include French Polynesia’s Nuku Hiva, Rangiroa, and Bora Bora; Papeete, Tahiti; Pago Pago, Samoa; Suva and Lautika in Fiji, and finally New Zealand where passengers will visit the Bay of Islands and Auckland.

Auckland to Perth (19 nights. Fares from $18,999).  Passengers will take in the sites of New Zealand, with visits to Rotorua, Napier, Picton, Christchurch and Dunedin before crossing the Tasman Sea and landing in Sydney, Australia. Other visits in Australia include Geelong, Adelaide, Port Lincoln, Esperance and finally, Perth.

Perth (Fremantle) to Singapore (16 nights. Fares from $15,999). Departing from Perth, the ship will make a stop in Geraldton, before crossing the Indian Ocean with a stop in Exmouth, Australia. From there it’s off to Indonesia, with visits to Komodo, Bali (Benoa) and Semarang (Java), Indonesia. Next on the itinerary is a stop in Kita Kinabalu, Malaysia, before heading to Muara, Brunei. Passengers will cruise the South China Sea before its final port-of-call in Singapore.

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Singapore to Cape Town (25 nights. Fares from $16,999).  Malaysia is the first major stop with visits to Kuala Lumpur and Langkawi. Next stop is Thailand’s famed Phuket before cruising the Andaman Sea, the Bay of Bengal and the Laccadive Sea and making landfall in Male, Maldives. Mahe, Seychelles, is next on the itinerary before stops in Port Louis, Mauritius and Pointe des Galets on Reunion Island. Guests will traverse the Indian Ocean before stops in Richard’s Bay, Durban and East London, South Africa. The cruise concludes with a visit to Cape Town.

Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro (23 nights. Fares from $14,999).  Passengers will have the chance to explore Cape Town before departing for Namibia with stops in Luderitz and Walvis Bay. A journey across the Atlantic beings passengers to Edinburgh of the Seven Seas, Tristan da Cunha, a small British settlement, 1,500 miles from its nearest neighbor and with just 300 inhabitants. The ship makes landfall in Montevideo, Uruguay, before continuing on to Buenos Aires and Punta del Este, Uruguay. Guests wrap up their time at sea with stops in Santos and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Rio de Janeiro to Los Angeles (25 nights. Fares from $11,599). Begin the adventure in Rio de Janeiro and Recife before crossing over to Devil’s Island, French Guiana. Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago are next on the itinerary, before visits to Willemstad, Curacao, and Oranjestad, Aruba. From there, it’s off to Puntarenas, Costa Rica and Corinto, Nicaragua. Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala is next on the itinerary, before the ship heads to Mexico for visits to Acapulco and Cabo San Lucas and final stops in San Diego and Los Angeles.


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