Regent Seven Seas Cruises, a Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings subsidiary, has unveiled five Grand Voyages for 2025 and 2026. Four ships on cruises ranging up to 117 nights will visit nearly two-hundred ports in 117 weeks.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced five additional itineraries for the line’s Grand Voyages in 2025 and 2026. Four of its luxury ships will call in 194 ports across the Arctic, Africa, Asia, Australia/New Zealand, Europe, and North America.
Bookings for the new Grand Voyages are scheduled to begin on 3 May 2023, although passengers can express their interest beginning now.
The Grand Voyage trips will be operated back-to-back by the 700-guest Seven Seas Mariner. The “Grand Arctic Adventure” departs New York on 10 July 2025 and calls at several New England ports before sailing to Iceland, Greenland, the United Kingdom, and the Norwegian fjords, among other destinations.
The inaugural sailing, an 83-night voyage, includes overnight stays in Reykjavik, Oslo, and Amsterdam.
Guests can stay aboard for an additional 34 nights, for a total of 117 nights, while the ship operates her “Grand Cultural Quest” trip, calling at Scandinavia and other European countries, as well as Egypt and Israel, among other destinations.
Africa and the Middle East are among the highlights of the 84-night “Grand Continental Sojourn,” operated by the 490-guest Seven Seas Navigator.
On its way from Barcelona to Sydney on 31 October 2025, the ship will stop in Morocco and the Canary Islands before sailing to Cape Town along the west coast of Africa. Oman, Qatar, India, and Sri Lanka are all on the itinerary before the ship arrives in Australia.
Seven Seas Explorer will sail the 61-night “Grand Asia Exploration” cruise from Auckland to Tokyo on 12 January 2026. The 750-passenger ship will stop in New Zealand and Australia before sailing to Bali, Singapore, the Philippines, and Japan. Overnight stops will be made in Melbourne, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City, Shanghai, and Osaka.
The “Indian Ocean Odyssey” trip from Mauritius to Rome is a 64-night voyage with stops in Africa, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean. Seven Seas Voyager will cruise from Southeast Africa through Arabia, through the Suez Canal, and into the Mediterranean, stopping in Greece and Italy.
Along the voyage, the 708-guest ship will stop in Tanzania, South Africa, Seychelles, and Egypt.
Aside from the four ships sailing Grand Voyages, the line runs the 750-guest Seven Seas Splendour and is building a new ship, the 746-guest Seven Seas Grandeur.
This year, Seven Seas Mariner announced the 2026 world trip, it’s longest to date at 154 nights. The voyage will sail from Miami on 10 January 2026, visiting six continents, crossing three oceans, and calling at 77 ports. The highlights will be French Polynesia, Australia, Namibia, Bali, South Africa, and Madagascar.