Is your idea of a real trip exploring the rich history, nature’s beauty and the flourished cultures of a country? This new world cruise is your answer to such a holiday.
The Regent Seven Seas Cruise invites tourists to set out on a 117-day expedition covering thirty countries across six continents and fifty-six world heritage sites.
This will be the first all-suite and all-balcony ship and once the guests hop on board, the cruise will begin its journey from Miami and cover 61 ports across South America, French Polynesia, Australia, Asia, and the Mediterranean.
The route will include the Bahamas and Aruba in the Caribbean Islands, Panama Canal, the west coast of South America, Chan Chan, Peru’s Nazca Lines, and Machu Picchu. Some other destinations would include the Easter Island, the Great Barrier Reef, Bay of Islands, Whitsunday Islands National Park in Australia.
While sailing through the Indian Ocean, one can visit Indonesia, Oman, Petra, and Jordan. Among the Mediterranean, Limassol in Cyprus, Amalfi Coast in Italy, and the Greek Island of Rhodes will be passed. Other Asian locations would include Singapore, Bali, Mumbai, and Dubai.
The first cruise will depart on January 5 2021, priced at $61,999 per person. The price would include first-class airfare to Miami, free airport to ship transfer, business class airfare from the last destination that would be Barcelona to end the journey. A gala event prior to the cruise commencement, a one-night stay in Miami, unlimited beverages on the cruise, door to door porter services, laundry services, and medical provisions.