From Alaska to Japan, indulge in the “Unrivalled Experience” that is
Regent Seven Seas Cruises and rediscover extraordinary worlds
with their “Picks of the Week”
Regent Seven Seas Cruises are offering some wonderful itineraries for 2021 and please scroll down for
information on two of their Picks of the Week for July:
19-Night Northern Pacific Crossing from 22 September to 11 October 2021
on the Seven Seas Explorer
“This unique voyage travels to some of the more remote, but spectacularly beautiful places on the planet. Cruise from Vancouver to Tokyo, including the rarely visited Dutch Harbour, which is one of the very few ports where there isn’t an infrastructure for shore excursions,
so your experience here will be very unique. Cross the international date line, and visit Hokkaido and Honshu, shaped by volcanic activity.
Lake Onuma is not to be missed, with its calming waters and colourful wildflowers that will entice you to hike through its paths only to
greet you with a dramatic sight of Mount Komagatake, and with a bit of luck, you’ll experience the first of the colour kaleidoscope of the
autumn trees. Also, enjoy a rare visit to the extreme east destination of Petropavlovsk Kamchatsky – surrounded by mountains and volcanos,
creating remarkable views all around the city and beyond”.
The voyage starts in Vancouver, British Columbia, and ends in the vibrant city of Tokyo, Japan and includes a complimentary
3-night pre-cruise land program onboard the iconic Rocky Mountaineer or a post-cruise land programme in Vibrant Tokyo.
12-Night Ancient Shrines & Bright Skylines from 11 to 23 October 2021
on the Seven Seas Explorer
“Beginning and ending in Tokyo, this is an incredible journey around this historic nation. This voyage offers experiences such as an immersive tour of the Tokugawa Art Museum in Nagoya which houses over 10 000 pieces of Japanese art, theatre, fashion and samurai culture. Or, you could take the Bullet Train from Osaka to Kyoto and back, and because of an overnight stay in the city, witness the formidable walls of Osaka Castle the very next day. It goes without saying that a marvel at Mount Fuji from a serene shrine in Shimizu is a must too”.
The voyage starts and ends in Tokyo, Japan including a complimentary 3-night pre / post-cruise land tour
of this spell-binding city.
The Regent Seven Seas Explorer is setting a new benchmark for style and service and is complementing the all-inclusive luxury experience enjoyed by guests sailing with Regent Seven Seas Cruises. At 56 000 tons and carrying only 750 guests, the Seven Seas Explorer boasts one of the highest space as well as staff-to-guest ratios in the cruise industry and further strengthens Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ widely recognised position as the most inclusive luxury cruise line. Herewith a link for more information: Seven Seas Explorer
Regent All-Inclusive Difference
Seas Cruises offers an unrivalled experience with every luxury included and guests enjoying impeccable personalized service throughout spacious and lavishly designed public areas, including expansive, open-air pool and sports decks, and several al-fresco dining venues.
Suites are thoughtfully appointed and luxuriously relaxing, nearly all with large verandas, perfect for enjoying the fresh sea air while
sipping a pre-dinner cocktail or mocktail at sundown.
Cruise Fares Include:
We look forward to hearing from you and helping you plan your ideal holiday – 021 434 9394