Seven Seas Explorer will cruise roundtrip from Cape Town on December 22nd, 2018 on a 15-night cruise up and down the South African coast.
On the same day, January 6th, 2019, Seven Seas Explorer will cruise again from Cape Town, but bound for Rio de Janeiro.
She’ll visit the ports of Lüderitz and Walvis Bay in Namibia again, as well as the fascinating and remote St Helena on her 14-night southern trans-Atlantic.
St Helena’s capital, Jamestown, was founded in 1659 by the East India Company, and is a small enclave sandwiched between imposing cliffs.
It offers some of the best British Georgian Era Colonial Architecture and passengers can take the opportunity to climb the town’s landmark, 699-step Jacob’s Ladder, built in 1829 and still in use today.
Also worth a visit is nearby Longwood, the infamous site of Napoleon’s final years in exile before his death.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises is a line that pioneered the all-inclusive fare back in the 90s, ticket prices on both of these Cape Town cruises include unlimited shore excursions, unlimited Wi-Fi, unlimited beverages (including fine wines and spirits), as well as complimentary access to all speciality restaurants and pre-paid gratuities.
For the 15-night roundtrip Cape Town cruise on December 22nd, 2018, fares start at US $11,209 for a Veranda Suite. Guests in all suite categories can enjoy a free 3-Night Winelands & Wildlife pre- or post-cruise land program on this voyage.
For the 14-night cruise from Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro, departing January 6th, fares start at US $5,259 for a Veranda Suite. Regent are offering a free upgrade three suite levels up to a Concierge Suite D for those who book by 31 July 2018 quoting ‘SPECIAL OFFERS’.
Launched in 2016, Seven Seas Explorer was at the time the most expensive cruise ship ever built on a per gross ton basis. She is 223m long, with a gross tonnage of 54,000, but carries just 750 passengers.
There are five restaurants (the Compass Rose main dining room, La Veranda buffet restaurant, Pacific Rim Pan-Asian restaurant, Chartreuse French restaurant, and Prime 7 restaurant), and six bars and lounges.
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