Embarking on her first post-pandemic cruise, the Seven Seas Explorer is the second ship to return to service for Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
The 750-guest ship welcomes guests to Trieste for a trip to the Mediterranean.
Visiting Italy, Croatia and Greece, the itinerary includes stops at seven ports, including Corfu, Bari, Sorrento, Zadar, Kotor and Dubrovnik.
An extended visit to Ravenna is also offered, from where guests can visit several famous Italian tourist attractions, including the Galleria Ferrari, a museum dedicated to the world famous automobile manufacturer, and the town of Ferrara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. ‘UNESCO. .
On October 23, the outbound cruise ends in Civitavecchia, Rome’s main cruise port.
At the end of its short European season, the Seven Seas Explorer takes another cruise in the Mediterranean before crossing the Atlantic to Miami.
The ship then begins its winter season in the Caribbean, sailing previously published itineraries as well as eight new crossings, including an all-new 14-night cruise in the Southern Caribbean.
Dubbed the world’s most luxurious ship, the Seven Seas Explorer entered service in 2016, as the first new Regent Seven Seas in over ten years. According to the company, the 56,000-ton vessel has set a new standard for luxury vacations, with features that include the Regent Suite.
Located on the ship’s 14th deck, the unique 3,875-square-foot suite is said to be the largest accommodation ever built on a cruise ship and even includes a private spa retreat in the suite.
The ship is also known for its collection of specialty, casual and main dining options, in addition to luxuriously appointed lounges and bars.
With two vessels now in service, Regent plans to return its entire fleet to service by February 2022.
The luxury brand restarted commercial activities for the first time in September, with the 2019 Seven Seas Splendor.
After resuming her inaugural season in Northern Europe, the ship is currently sailing in the Mediterranean, before a winter season in the Caribbean.
A third Regent ship, the Seven Seas Mariner, returns in December, with an itinerary through the Panama Canal.