2011 Europe and Alaska Sailings Go on Sale at Regent

Effective immediately, Regent Seven Seas Cruises is accepting reservations for its collection of cruises from April through November 2011 to Europe, Alaska and beyond. All voyages feature 2-for-1 cruise fares plus early booking savings of up to $3,000 per person*. Moreover, a wide selection of excursions as well as round-trip, Economy Class air, are complimentary for 2011.

The elegant Seven Seas Voyager, Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Navigator – which all recently emerged from a multi-million dollar refurbishment – will discover the Old World in depth on cruises to the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Holy Land and Baltic. New North America voyages include cruises beginning or ending in San Francisco and Montreal. 

“Since we opened bookings on President’s Day our 2011 spring, summer and fall cruises have been selling briskly,” stated Mark Conroy, Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ president. “Whether discovering Alaska, taking a grand European tour, or catching the leaves changing in New England, our seven- to 21-night voyages highlight the very best these destinations have to offer. Plus the all-inclusive value of Regent Seven Seas Cruises is unrivaled in the luxury and ultra-luxury cruise sectors.”

2011 Program Highlights:

 Seven Seas Mariner will offer seven- to 14-night cruises to storied ports in the Greek Isles and Mediterranean, departing from Barcelona, Rome, Athens, Istanbul and Venice.

Seven Seas Voyager visits Scandinavian and Russia capitals on seven- to 12-night voyages in June and July before sailing Southern Europe from August through October; three voyages depart from Southampton.
Explore the wonders of antiquity – Seven Seas Voyager offers two fall voyages that visit Egypt and the Holy Lands via the Suez Canal.

Seven Seas Navigator operates a series of seven-night Alaska cruises between Vancouver and Seward, plus two new, 12-night Alaska cruises that begin or end in San Francisco. A three-week cruise takes Navigator from San Francisco to New York via the Panama Canal.

The splendors of Canada and New England will be offered onboard Seven Seas Navigator on two all-new, fall foliage cruises that begin or end in Montreal.

Round-trip air transportation from 23 North American gateways, including all surcharges, airline fees and government taxes.


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