Regent Seven Seas has just announced its 2021 world cruise that will visit 61 ports in 30 countries onboard Seven Seas Mariner.
The route will take in South America, French Polynesia, Australia, Asia and the Mediterranean and will cover 33,500 nautical miles.
There will be overnight stays in 11 ports: Lima, Peru; Hanga Roa, Easter Island; Auckland, New Zealand; Brisbane, Australia; Bali, Indonesia; Singapore; Mumbai, India; Dubai, UAE; Safaga, Egypt; Haifa, Israel; and Istanbul, Turkey.
The sailing will include lost empires
-South America’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Chan Chan and Machu Picchu in Peru
-Chile’s Nazca Lines and Easter Island’s giant moai
-Fujairah, the only one of the UAE’s seven emirates not located on the Arabian Gulf
-Mediterranean destinations like Cyprus, Greece & Turkey
Beautiful islands and marine life are found in French Polynesia, New Zealand’s Bay of Islands and Australia‘s Great Barrier Reef.
Regent is also including three exclusive land programmes- a mystical moai experience on Easter Island; a flashback to Australia’s penal history while in Brisbane and a royal Bedouin evening at Wadi Rum.
Fares will start at $61,999
This will include business class air, a choice of up to 324 shore excursions, door-to-door luggage service, a visa package, laundry, on-board medical service, pre-paid gratuities, unlimited Wi-Fi and a few more.
What do you think to the sound of Regent‘s 2021 world cruise? Can you believe you’ll visit so many UNESCO world heritage sites in just one cruise? Which ones have you conquered already? Leave us your comments!
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