Regent Seven Seas restarts US operations

Seven Seas Explorer returns to the Caribbean ex the capital of cruising

Regent Seven Seas Cruises resumed operations in the US and Caribbean last week with Seven Seas Explorer’s call to Miami, Florida.

Guests embarked on The Most Luxurious Ship Ever Built™ on 15 November 2021 for an eight-night journey through Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica, ending in Colon, Panama. Onboard, guests are experiencing RSSC’s Unrivaled Space at Sea™ across lavish suites, exquisite gourmet restaurants, and highly personalised service with every luxury included.

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Having spent a month showing Regent guests the highlights of the Mediterranean, Seven Seas Explorer, helmed by Captain Rosario Vasta, will now explore the Caribbean until March 2022 when she returns to Europe.

“We are absolutely delighted to sail from the global home of cruising once again,” said Jason Montague, President and CEO, Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “Our return to Miami is another huge step forward as we re-introduce our fleet to the seas and offer our guests the unrivaled Regent experience once more.”

Cruising with the cruise line’s enhanced SailSAFE™ Health and Safety Program – which includes 100% vaccination of both guests and crew – Seven Seas Explorer is Regent’s second ship to return to sailing, having joined Seven Seas Splendor which has been enjoying a successful inaugural season in Europe since 11 September 2021.

The next ship Regent’s fleet to resume sailing will be Seven Seas Mariner on 18 December 2021, from Miami, followed by Seven Seas Navigator on 6 January 2022, also from Miami. Seven Seas Voyager will return on 15 February 2022, from Barcelona, Spain.

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