Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ 2024 World Cruise revealed

Bookings open 15 July 2021 for Seven Seas Mariner's 132-night voyage

Regent Seven Seas Cruises is set to open bookings for its 2024 World Cruise next week.

The voyage – which goes on sale 15 July 2021 – will operate roundtrip from Miami, exploring Central America, the US West Coast and Hawaii, South Pacific, Australia and New Zealand, Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, the Middle East, the Mediterranean, and Bermuda.

Spanning close to five months aboard Seven Seas Mariner, the 34,500 nautical mile, 132-night voyage will visit 66 ports across 31 countries and four continents, offering destination-immersion with 442 free shore excursions, as well as 12 in-port overnight stays and crossings of both the Panama Canal and Suez Canal.

2024 World Cruise Map - Seven Seas Mariner

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The sailing also provides access to 61 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including The León Cathedral of Nicaragua, the Churches and Convents of Goa and Tuscany’s Medici Villas and Gardens.

Discerning travellers will also enjoy shoreside experiences in three destinations – Wellington, New Zealand; Mumbai, India; and Málaga, Spain – as well as a pre-cruise gala in a luxury hotel in Miami.

At an additional cost there are 18 multi-night optional land programs, 11 of which are completely new including the opportunity for guests to visit Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley in the Blue Mountains, from Sydney.

Other options are available to Reservatauro in Málaga, Spain; the Taj Mahal; and the Great Pyramids of Giza.

Grand Suite, Seven Seas Mariner

“The past two years we have seen record booking world cruise launch days, which is a testament to our guests’ enduring passion for travel and illustrates just how special these voyages are,” said Jason Montague, President and CEO, Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

“We believe our 2024 World Cruise is our most enriching to date, representing the opportunity for uniquely immersive exploration thanks to access to a huge number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and hundreds of free shore excursions. Add to this the fact that the cruise is on board the elegant, all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Mariner, plus an incredible array of luxurious amenities, and I’m sure the 2024 World Cruise will sell out quickly too.”

Australian and New Zealand guests receive a US$550 shipboard credit per person.

Fares start at AU$93,080 per guest for a Deluxe Veranda Suite, and AU$255,260 per guest for the indulgent luxury of a Master Suite.

Full voyage details can be found at

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