Regent Seven Seas’ Tropical Escapes Feature Enriching Itineraries
Courtesy of Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises brings its all-inclusive luxury experience to the tropics with 10- and 11-night Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises, many with convenient roundtrip departures from Fort Lauderdale.
The 10 “Tropical Escapes” aboard the line’s all-suite Seven Seas Navigator are offered from January through April 2012. Two-for-one fares start and free round-trip air and bonus savings on select sailings when booked by December 30, 2011.
As part of the all-inclusive Regent Seven Seas’ experience, guests enjoy a free one-night luxury hotel package before sailing and choose from as many as 51 complimentary shore excursions. Depending on the port of call, guests can learn to scuba dive on the world-renown reefs of Cozumel or discover the secret Mayan underworld by trekking and rappelling through a maze of caves in Belize.
“Tropical Escapes are a terrific way for new Regent Seven Seas’ guests to sample our all-inclusive brand of luxury,” said Mark Conroy, the line’s president. “Additionally, these cruises are extremely popular with our repeat guests who appreciate our ideal blend of inspiring shore experiences and personalized service, luxurious accommodations and world-class cuisine.”
Tropical Escapes Highlights
Caribbean Tapestry, departing Jan. 6, 2012, is a 10-night Eastern Caribbean cruise with calls at San Juan, Tortola and St. Barts, where a midnight departure lets guests enjoy dinner and drinks ashore.
Tropical Hideaways departs Jan. 26 and March 8, 2012, and includes midnight departures from San Juan, St. Maarten and St. Barts, allowing time to explore each destination in depth.
The Essential Caribbean – departing Feb. 16, 2012 – Spend 11 nights visiting the best of the Eastern Caribbean including Eleuthera, San Juan, St. Barts and Cayo Levantado.
Sun-Splashed Sea Breezes – departing April 3, 2012 – This 11-night sailing combines the islands of the Caribbean with the charm of the South. Visit Savannah, Charleston and Wilmington, plus Bermuda for an overnight stay.
Panama Canal, departing April 14, 2012, sails from Fort Lauderdale to San Francisco. The 17-night itinerary includes visits to the Cayman Islands and Cartagena, Colombia, before transiting the Panama Canal to ports of call in Costa Rica, plus Acapulco, Cabo San Lucas and San Diego.
With one of the highest space and service ratios in the cruise industry, the intimate 490-guest, all-suite Seven Seas Navigator is considered to be one of the most luxurious cruise ships afloat. All suites include ocean views, 90 percent with private balconies, and range in size from 301 to 1,173 square feet. Cruise fares are the most inclusive at sea and include all gourmet dining venues without any surcharges, fine wines and premium spirits, a selection of shore excursions in all ports, onboard gratuities and air transportation from more than 25 gateway cities.