When Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ 2025-2026 Voyage Collection opens for sale on 22 June 2023, new and returning guests will have 164 itineraries from which to select their dream cruise holiday.
Voyages will span the globe – from established favourites such as Alaska, the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, and Northern Europe to the enchantment of South America, and close-to-home destinations including Australia and New Zealand, Asia, and the South Pacific.
The Voyage Collection will feature 29 maiden ports of call and includes nine new sailings in Africa and Arabia, more than any previous Voyage Collection, and includes the ability for guests to embark in Doha, Qatar and Port Louis, Mauritius for the very first time.
Guests can pre-register their interest now.
The 2025-2026 Voyage Collection features sailings ranging from seven- nights to the epic 154-night 2026 World Cruise, as well as five captivating Grand Voyages. Further highlights include five new ports in Madagascar, two 14-night roundtrip sailings in Alaska for Seven Seas Explorer®, a North America season for Seven Seas Splendor™, and two transits through the Panama Canal on Regent’s newest ship, Seven Seas Grandeur™, which will also enjoy her maiden season in Northern Europe.
Delving into the richness of local culture, Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Voyage Collection for 2025-2026 presents unprecedented opportunities for immersion, and luxury travellers will experience the world’s most exquisite destinations like never before. Guests can enjoy the freedom of included and unlimited shore excursions at every port of call, allowing them to fully embrace each locale, or choose from a remarkable menu of Regent Choice excursions from Epicurean Explorer Tours to Wellness Tours to Eco-Connect and Behind the Design Tours.
Adding to the destination immersion are 124 overnight stays across the Collection in highly sought-after ports of call such as Istanbul, Turkey; Bangkok, Thailand; and Luxor (Safaga), Egypt.
Guests will experience luxurious comfort and an abundance of space aboard each elegant and perfectly sized ship, with one of the highest crew-to-guest ratios in the industry, ensuring the best-in-service and care, whilst exploring over 500 destinations across the globe. Dining onboard a Regent voyage is unmatched with a variety of sensational specialty restaurants – including the beloved French restaurant Chartreuse, the elevated steakhouse Prime 7, authentic Italian in Sette Mari and the ever-changing menu of Compass Rose, which will satiate the appetite of any discerning gourmand.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ 2025/26 Voyage Collection by Ship
Seven Seas Grandeur™
Regent’s newest ship, Seven Seas Grandeur, will begin her 2025 season sailing the Mediterranean on 2 April, 2025, with a 14-night voyage from Barcelona, Spain to Istanbul, Turkey. She will sail the Mediterranean’s crystal waters, venturing to new ports including Chios, Greece and Brindisi, Italy – before sailing north on 1 June 2025, from Lisbon, Portugal. Highlights of Seven Seas Grandeur’s very first Northern Europe season include new ports of call Narsaq, Greenland; Siglufjordur, Iceland, and Ulvik (Hardangerfjord), Norway.
She will follow the sun and return to the Mediterranean in the autumn to sail a selection of 10-night itineraries, before embarking on a transatlantic voyage from Barcelona, Spain to Miami, Florida in November, for a winter exploring the Caribbean. Voyages include island gems such as Grenada, Antigua, St Lucia, Martinique, and a new port of call in Frederiksted, St Croix. In December, she will embark on two round-trip voyages from Miami, including a Holidays cruise where guests will celebrate the festive season in the tropics.
Seven Seas Grandeur will spend the winter sailing the Caribbean’s sunny shores, plus an eclectic selection of itineraries which include crossing the Panama Canal twice, cruising the Mexican Riviera, and visiting Bermuda, Virginia, and South Carolina before a return across the Atlantic to Barcelona to close out her 2025-2026 Voyage Collection.
Seven Seas Splendor™
Kicking off a sun-kissed spring and summer in the Mediterranean with a selection of 10- and 12-night voyages, Seven Seas Splendor™ begins her 2025-2026 Voyage Collection on 29 March 2025, sailing from Lisbon, Portugal to Barcelona, Spain. Her Mediterranean highlights include overnights in Seville (Cádiz), Athens (Piraeus), and Jerusalem, Israel – as well as stops in beloved ports such as Santorini, Greece; Positano, Italy; and Casablanca, Morocco.
She will cross the Atlantic Ocean on 23 August 2025, from Barcelona to Montréal, Québec for a jaunt in Canada and New England. Guests eager to experience the magical colours of a New England autumn can enjoy a range of itineraries featuring ports of call in Bar Harbor, Maine; Boston, Massachusetts; and Portland, Maine as well as Canada’s Atlantic coast – with Québec City, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick all making an appearance.
As winter approaches, Seven Seas Splendor™ ventures to the Caribbean with two exciting itineraries in November. The first sails from New York, where she will cruise the Atlantic stopping in Bermuda and other tropical islands including Barbados, Grenada
and Aruba, before looping back toward Miami, Florida. The second itinerary is a 16-night voyage that explores the southern edges of the Caribbean including the countries of Belize, Costa Rica, and Colombia, with a transit through the Panama Canal.
Seven Seas Splendor™ then celebrates the Holidays sailing South America exploring more of the Caribbean, French Guiana, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and Chile with six sailings between 3 Decemeber 2025, and 12 March 2026. The sailings range between 11 and 24 nights, after which she will travel back across the Atlantic to the Mediterranean from Miami, Florida.
Seven Seas Explorer®
Seven Seas Explorer will cruise to Alaska to begin her 2025-2026 Voyage Collection on 14 May 2025, sailing her much loved seven-night, open-jaw itineraries between Vancouver and Seward, plus two, 14-night, round-trip Vancouver sailings. Adventurers at heart will explore the Last Frontier in popular ports including Skagway, Ketchikan, and Juneau – taking in the spellbinding landscapes of the Inside Passage, the awe-inspiring Hubbard Glacier, and traditional villages at Icy Strait Point.
The ship arrives in Tokyo, Japan in October for three round-trip immersions of Japanese culture before making its way down to Australia and New Zealand, visiting South-East Asia’s most exciting ports of call along the way including Shanghai, China; Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Bangkok, Thailand; and Jakarta, Indonesia.
On 12 January 2026, Seven Seas Explorer embarks on the 61-night Grand Asia Exploration. The journey begins in Auckland, New Zealand and ends in Tokyo, Japan, exploring a range of destinations including three new ports of call in Australia. Additional itinerary highlights include overnight stays in the cosmopolitan cities of Bangkok, Thailand; Osaka, Japan; and Shanghai, China; as well as visits to the countries of Cambodia, the Philippines, Taiwan, and South Korea. Ending 14 March, the Grand Asia Exploration may also be enjoyed as four sailings of between 14 and 18 nights.
Seven Seas Explorer sails four more, increasingly popular Tokyo roundtrips in March and April 2026, heading back across to Vancouver, Canada on a 17-night voyage on 3 May.
Seven Seas Voyager®
Seven Seas Voyager begins her 2025-2026 Voyage Collection on 3 June 2025, in Europe with two Mediterranean itineraries before sailing north for a summer sojourn across Northern Europe. With a selection of intriguing itineraries, she will sail to new ports of call including Norway’s Lofoten Islands, Kemi in Finland, and Malmö, Sweden. In September, she will return to the Mediterranean for the autumn, visiting familiar favourites including Istanbul, Turkey; Mykonos, Greece; Catania, Italy; and Barcelona, Spain.
On 17 December 2025, Seven Seas Voyager sets sail for Dubai, United Arab Emirates, discovering the Middle East via the Suez Canal. Sailing south from Dubai, the ship will then visit the likes of the Seychelles, Comoros, and Mozambique on a 20-night sailing, before two open-jaw itineraries between Cape Town, South Africa and Port Louis, Mauritius allow for more in-depth exploration of the region. A 20-night sailing from Cape Town to Dubai, an 18-night sailing from Dubai to Athens, Greece and a 10-night sailing from Athens to Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy completes the ship’s 2025-2026 Voyage Collection in April.
The four sailings between 12 February and 17 April 2026, can be combined
for an epic 64-night Indian Ocean Odyssey. The adventure begins in the tropical paradise of Mauritius and ends in Rome, cruising Africa’s southeast coast and sailing north to explore the ancient gems of Arabia, before transiting the Suez Canal once more for a Mediterranean holiday. Guests will experience a wealth of unforgettable destinations including three new ports of call in Madagascar and overnight port stays in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; Mahé, Seychelles; and Luxor, Egypt.
Seven Seas Mariner®
Seven Seas Mariner’s new 2025-2026 Voyage Collection starts by exploring the Caribbean on 24 June 2025, with a 16-night voyage that includes the ABC Islands and Bermuda from Miami to New York.
Between July and September, Seven Seas Mariner plies the seas around the breathtaking and culturally rich shores of Northern Europe, taking luxury travellers to Greenland, Iceland, the British Isles, Sweden, Lithuania, and Belgium to name just a few. A wonderful Mediterranean program follows, focusing on the region’s Eastern highlights of Turkey, Israel, and Greece, plus ports in Egypt and Tunisia.
December sees her return to the Caribbean after a transoceanic crossing from Barcelona to sail three round-trip Miami itineraries during the festive season.
During the 2025-2026 Voyage Collection, Seven Seas Mariner offers two Grand Voyages, plus the 2026 World Cruise.
The magical 83-night Grand Arctic Adventure departs New York on 10 July 2025, providing a mix of ports, from the rugged shores of New England to the breathtaking glaciers of Iceland and the stunning fjords of Norway, plus overnights in Reykjavik, Oslo, Amsterdam and Bordeaux. While the Grand Cultural Quest is 117-nights from New York across a kaleidoscope of destinations from the edges of the Arctic to Scandinavia and the Mediterranean, stopping in Greece, France, Egypt, Jerusalem and so much more.
On 10 January 2026, Seven Seas Mariner will embark on The Sense of Adventure – Regent’s 2026 World Cruise. The 154-night round trip Miami will speak to those longing for the golden age of travel. Sailing 39,911 nautical miles, guests will immerse themselves in 41 countries across six continents, with 77 ports of call and 16 overnight stays. Highlights of the itinerary include access to 47 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, over 420 included shore excursions, and ports of call in some of the world’s most desirable locales: Papeete, Tahiti; Bali (Benoa), Indonesia; Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Nosy Be, Madagascar; and Hamilton, Bermuda
Seven Seas Navigator®
A wide selection of 9 to 20-night itineraries across the Mediterranean and Northern Europe commences Seven Seas Navigator 2025-2026 Voyage Collection sailings on 23 April 2025. Through the spring, summer and into autumn, itineraries will touch every corner of the continent – from the romantic ancient streets of Italy and Greece to the awe-inspiring natural landscapes of Norway and Sweden.
In October, she will then set off for Africa, sailing a 25-night itinerary from Barcelona, Spain to Cape Town, South Africa, exploring the continent’s west coast with ports of call in Cape Verde, Ghana, Togo, and São Tomé and Principé. From Cape Town she will sail on to Doha, Qatar, with a 19-night itinerary exploring exotic destinations such as Mayotte, French Comoros, and Nosy Be, Madagascar.
Seven Seas Navigator will then sail further east in December exploring the Indian sub-continent, South-East Asia, and Australia and New Zealand. From 22 February 2026, she will make two incredible tours, round-trip Papeete, French Polynesia, in the South Pacific including overnight stays on one of the world’s most romantic islands – Bora Bora. The round-trip sailings are sandwiched between open-jaw itineraries to and from Papeete and Auckland, New Zealand which also visit the island nations of Fiji and Samoa, each crossing the International Date Line.
The ship closes out her 2025-2026 Voyage Collection, spending April and May making her way back to the
Mediterranean, with four sailings of between 14 and 20-nights, showing travellers more highlights across Australia and New Zealand, Asia, and the Middle East.
The adventurous at heart can experience all 84 ports Seven Seas Navigator will visit between 31 October 2025, and 23 January 2026, on a Grand Continental Sojourn – an 84-night Grand Voyage that encompasses all her port-packed itineraries from Barcelona to Sydney, Australia.