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Our favourite itineraries from Regent Seven Seas Cruises' 2025-26 season launch

Author: Daniel Edward

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With a stunning 164 new voyages in the brochure, Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ new voyage collection has so many wonderful destinations to discover

Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ 2025-26 season is now online and my-oh-my are there some spectacular voyages in store. The Voyage Collection brochure features 164 new voyages, touching all corners of the globe.

Particularly appealing are the 124 overnight port stays, enabling deeper immersion in the destinations, and 29 new ports of call making their inaugural appearances in Regent Seven Seas Cruises' itineraries.

The line’s commitment to continuously enhancing the luxury cruise experience both onboard and in port, with unlimited inclusive excursions, makes Regent Seven Seas Cruises the ideal choice for discovering the world in true comfort and style.

Promenades, canals and cafes
Join Seven Seas Navigator in Stockholm for a 12-night voyage through the Baltics to Amsterdam. This perfectly paced cruise, offers extensive time in ports with three overnight stays – in (wonderful, wonderful) Copenhagen, Berlin, and Amsterdam.

Transit the Kiel Canal – the busiest canal passage in the world – and call in on lesser-frequented ports, such as Klaipeda, Lithuania, and Gdansk, Poland.

Copenhagen is renowned for being one of the happiest capitals in the world. Credit: Shutterstock

Lovely Norway and the fjords
For 20 blissful nights, call Seven Seas Voyager home as she sails from Southampton to Antwerp, via Norway and the Netherlands. Including up to 54 excursions, this inspirational three-week itinerary showcases the best of western Norway’s coastline and majestic fjords, including an up-close sailing experience at the Svartisen Glacier.

After venturing into the Arctic Circle, enjoy a relaxed day in Amsterdam before disembarking the ship in Antwerp.

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Auburn sunsets, turquoise seas
If you’re looking for an American adventure, step aboard Seven Seas Splendor in November 2025 for her 15-night escapade from New York to Miami. In addition to exploring two of the East Coast’s most popular cities, this sun-kissed itinerary sparkles with the very best of the Caribbean.

Including an overnight stay in Bermuda, in addition to seven other Caribbean islands, this trip promises to be one of warm, sandy beaches, tax-free luxury shopping, and sipping cocktails in the sunset.

The Caribbean has long been the world’s favourite cruise destination and it’s easy to see why. Credit: Shutterstock

A new year to remember
Celebrate Christmas and New Year’s Eve in Asia with Seven Seas Navigator’s 22-night voyage from Doha to Singapore. Starting in the capital of Qatar – the Middle Eastern capital of sport – you’ll visit Abu Dhabi, UAE, and Al Khasab, Oman, before sailing across the Gulf of Oman en route to India.

Incorporating the hustle and bustle of Mumbai with the seaside resort vibes of Goa, the cruise continues with the flavours of Sri Lanka, where you’ll spend Christmas Day.

The second half of the cruise stars a double overnight stay in Yangon, Myanmar, with further port stays in Thailand and Malaysia before easing into Singapore on January 5, 2026.

Mumbai is the city of Bollywood and of dreams. Credit: Shutterstock

Antarctica and the Chilean fjords
Featuring some of the most magnificent landscapes on planet Earth, Seven Seas Splendor sets sail from Buenos Aires, Argentina, on an 18-night jaunt around the southern reaches of South America.

Drawing together breath-taking scenery, diverse wildlife and historically significant sailing channels, this itinerary is a celebration of the achievements of master mariners of yesteryear as much as it is about experiencing the wonders of the natural world today.

Fans of days at sea will love the balance of this voyage, which offers 10 days of pure sailing – two of which are in the magnificent Chilean fjords.

Buzzing Buenos Aires is the tango capital of the world. Credit: Shutterstock

Shores of Madagascar
Despite being the least visited continent by Western tourists, Africa has a huge amount to experience, and a luxury voyage aboard Seven Seas Voyager is an ideal way to absorb Africa’s lush and green south.

Starting in South Africa, you’ll check into Mozambique before crossing the Mozambique Channel to the French Comoros and Madagascar. Visit four new-to-Regent Seven Seas Cruises ports on the island, which is resplendent with impressive biodiversity.

The cruise concludes in Mauritius, where you might just be tempted by a few more days in this heavenly paradise before flying home on your all-inclusive business class flights.

To view Regent Seven Seas Cruises' Voyage Brochure collection, please click here.

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