5 New & Incredible Regent Seven Seas Voyages

Posted June 24th, 2016

Romance, joy and pure indulgence are all par for the course on a Regent Seven Seas Cruises voyage, and now the cruise liner is broadening its horizons with five new journeys.

From Mahe's powdered-sugar beaches, to the limitless wild of Africa, the line's Seven Seas Navigator is embarking on an assortment of life-changing voyages with unmatched experiences and unrivalled luxury.

So whether you prefer the towering fjords in New Zealand or island hopping from one paradise to another in French Polynesia, it's time to take note.


Seven Seas Navigator at sea

 

 

 

1. Lands Of The Gods

LA to Auckland

Embark on an intimate and rewarding journey from Los Angeles, first encountering untold elegance on board among like-minded travellers. Between LA and Auckland, you'll be able to immerse yourself in the various destinations, thanks to 60 free shore excursions during the 29-night voyage.

From the world-famous Diamond Head Crater on Hawaii to the picturesque Bora Bora in Tahiti, there are countless moments to be treasured.

2 Australian Adventure

Auckland to Perth (Fremantle)

Spend 19 nights cruising from New Zealand to Australia, ticking off iconic destinations on the way including Milford Sound, the Great Australia Bight, Esperance with its pink Lake Hillier, Christchurch and Napier.

This is a deep exploration of everything that makes Down Under grand, with shore excursions taking in sub-tropical fruit farms, historical English settlements and brilliant native wildlife.


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Milford Sound in New Zealand

 

 

 

3. Empress Of The East

Perth (Fremantle) to Singapore

Cruising on Seven Seas Navigator, you'll be able to relax for 16 nights among the history and traditions of Western Australia and the timeless legacies of Asia.

With stops in Bali, Malaysia and Brunei, this isn't a one trick cruise. In fact, you won't want to miss visiting the stunning rice terraces, witnessing active volcanoes and exploring myriad temples.

All about peace and cultural immersion, make the most of the experience by staying in one of the Deluxe Window Suites with king-size bed, complimentary champagne and enough space for a lounge room.

4. Untamed Discoveries

Singapore to Cape Town

During this 25-night voyage you'll be able to visit such exotic destinations as Langkawi in Malaysia, the gorgeous Maldives, South Africa and Thailand.

When in Colombo, Sri Lanka, make sure you don't miss out on Pettah, the city's thriving bazaar district. Tight, cobbled streets give way to shops selling handicrafts and souvenirs, along with delicious local food.

Africa will surely be a highlight when you visit Richards Bay and embark on a thrilling safari to Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve, spotting Elephants and other fascinating members of the Big Five.
So whether you prefer the towering fjords in New Zealand or island hopping from one paradise to another in French Polynesia, it's time to take note.


Live theatre show on Seven Seas Navigator

 

 

 

5. Savannas & Samba

Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro

From South America to Brazil, with stops at Namibia, Uruguay and Argentina in between, this 23-day adventure takes you from wild plains to exotic cities.

On board Seven Seas Navigator you'll be able to enjoy live entertainment in the Seven Seas Lounge, parlour games at the Casino, rejuvenating treatments at Canyon Ranch SpaClub and exquisite cuisine from five onboard eateries including multiple fine-dining restaurants.

However, it's the onshore activities and sights that will have you rushing off the ship. Native wildlife on the island of Tristan da Cunha, fly-over dolphin and whale sightings in Walvis Bay and the iconic Christ Redeemer statue are all included among other exciting opportunities.


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Ben Stower

I love the kind of travelling that is one part strategic planning and two parts spontaneous adventure. Whether I'm exploring my local city or a small town in the middle of nowhere, I'm always hoping to find something no one else has discovered.

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