Published on : Thursday, August 6, 2015
Luxury line Regent Seven Seas announced 128-day sailing on the 490-passenger, all-suite Seven Seas Navigator to kick off January 5, 2017. This will be Regent’s first around-the-world cruise in six years. It includes stops in more than 60 ports across six continents.
Speaking to a Wall Street analysis via conference call, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings president and CEO Frank Del Rio said ‘the cruise has proven so popular that 70% of the voyage was booked on the very first day of sales.’
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings is the parent company of Regent as well as Norwegian Cruise Line and Oceania Cruises.
Fares for the trip range from $54,999 per person to $319,998 per couple. The tariff for a room that measures 301 square feet is $54,999 per person, based on double occupancy (or $109,998 per couple). Slightly larger rooms that measure 359 square feet range in price from $129,998 to $151,998 per couple while bigger suites range from $211,998 to $319,998 per couple.
The fares are all inclusive of a pre-cruise hotel stay, first class airfare to and from Miami, exclusive shore-side events, unlimited Internet on the ship and several other perks.
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