This New 117-day Cruise Will Take You To 30 Countries On 6 Continents

Regent Seven Seas

If your passport is a little light on stamps, there’s no shortage of incredible destinations, like affordable private islands and over-the-top train trips, to fill it up. One standout travel experience is a new, worldwide journey guaranteed to knock out most, if not all, of your bucket list in one fell swoop.

This extra-special trip is the newest cruise from Regent Seven Seas Cruises. It spans 117 days (just under four months) aboard the luxurious Seven Seas Mariner ship, and will travel to six continents with stops in a mind-boggling 30 countries.

Ship Shape

The 700-passenger luxury vessel is made for long-haul expeditions. It is the first all-suite and all-balcony ship of its kind. In fact, some of the balconies are larger than a standard cruise ship stateroom.

Regent Seven Seas

Inside, it boasts a Canyon Ranch Spa, fitness center and jogging track, and a pool. As for dining, the ship offers a wide variety of restaurants and cocktail lounges. There is also a theater and casino to fill time between ports.

Regent Seven Seas

Ports of Call

The cruise ship itself looks nothing short of spectacular, but the real appeal is the impressive itinerary. The cruise sets sail out of Miami on Jan. 5, 2021, and will dock at 61 different ports en route to its final stop in Barcelona.

Highlights along the way include sailing through the Panama Canal and Suez Canal and stops at Easter Island (Chile), Australia, New Zealand, Bora Bora, Bali, Thailand, Oman, Dubai, Italy, Greece and many more incredible destinations.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Passengers will get to see a whopping 56 different UNESCO World Heritage Sites. A few ports include overnight stays on land and all feature plenty of tour options to soak up the sights off the ship.

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The Bottom Line

The voyage departs Jan. 5, 2021, and fares start at $61,999. That all-inclusive price works out to about $530 per night and early bookings get a discount of up to $26,000 per suite. The fare includes first-class airfare to Miami, transportation to the ship with luggage services and business-class airfare back from Barcelona (the last stop).

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While onboard, the included perks with this cruise only get better. There is unlimited dry cleaning and pressing services and onboard medical services. Dining at any of the lounges or restaurants is included, as are drinks, and the in-suite mini-bar is replenished daily. Best of all are unlimited shore excursions, subject to availability, that guests can book at no extra cost.

Always wanted to take your dream vacation? There’s still time to save up for this trip of a lifetime!

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Jennifer Nied
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