With many families asking us where to go in 2024 and planning for the new adventures that the coming year will bring, we’ve shared the destinations we’ve seen trending recently and what there is to do in each with children of different ages. It’s never too early to think ahead when it comes to bagging the most desirable resorts or tours – or the best deals!
Regent Seven Seas 2025-2026 Voyage Collection is here
Regent Seven Seas continues to dazzle us with its unrivalled experiences, top-notch service and exceptional cuisine. The newly released 2025-2026 Voyage Collection has thrilled us with the addition of new and far-flung regions, thoughtful itineraries and unforgettable curated experiences, in destinations ranging from the striking Norwegian coastline with its gorgeous fjords, delightful fishing villages and hip cities to the tropical paradise of the South Pacific with its coral reefs, lagoons, jungles, waterfalls and mountains.
The Benefits of Booking in Advance
Book your Regent Seven Seas cruise for 2025-26 in advance and get the itinerary and cabin grade you hope for. This is in addition to the amazing inclusions on Regent Seven Seas cruises, among which are flights and transfers, a three-night land programme on selected voyages, unlimited shore excursions, unlimited drinks (including fine wines and spirits), pre-paid tips, dining in speciality restaurants and unlimited Wi-Fi. In Concierge suites and higher, you’ll also get a one-night pre-cruise hotel package and a complimentary transfer between hotel and ship.
Among the tempting 2025 and 2026 voyages on which you might want to snap up your places now are a 2025 festive sailing across the Arabian and Andaman Seas, taking 22 nights to take you from captivating Doha to vibrant Singapore, with stop-offs including Kerala, Sri Lanka, Yangon, Phuket and Penang. En route it embraces up to 72 land excursions, including a tour of Myanmar’s Shwedagon Pagoda by night.
Another inspiring option is the 18-night Buenos Aires to Santiago itinerary, which includes a visit to the remote town of Punta Arenas with its street vendors serving up sopaipilla flatbreads with salsa, and to Magdalena Island with its endearing and entertaining penguins.
Other activities across the 2025–2026 portfolio include shark and ray watching by glass-bottomed boat in Bora Bora, dancing the night away in Rio de Janeiro, cherry blossom viewing in Kyoto, taking tea in the iconic Reid’s Palace in Madeira’s capital Funchal, and exploring Aqaba, the Wadi Rum desert and the simply magical ruins of Petra in Jordan.
What Makes Regent Seven Seas Unique and Different
With every suite across its six ships boasting ocean views, and 98% featuring a private balcony, Regent cruises are a magnificent way to experience the world’s incredible array of maritime landscapes.
Regent’s suites bring together all the comfort and amenities you’d expect from the world’s finest hotels and resorts, including a separate sitting area, cosseting beds, lots of wardrobe space, an interactive TV with complimentary movies, a mini-bar stocked daily with your preferences and 24-hour room service.
In addition, Spacious Suites come with a bottle of champagne, Concierge Suites with a free one-night pre-cruise hotel package and priority restaurant reservations, and Penthouse Suites with a personal butler. Regent’s 24-hour in-suite dining can include dishes made to your exact requests from the Compass Rose menu.
Regent has also carefully curated thousands of land excursions – unlimited and at no extra charge – to engage your interests and passions, whether food and wine, art and architecture, or a combination of these and more. They include visits to more than 350 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, giving you the chance to learn about world history in powerful and tangible ways.
To book your 2025 or 2026 Regent Seven Seas cruise, call your Travel Counsellor today.
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