Regent Seven Seas Cruises is planning to have its entire fleet back in operation by February next year, with cruise resumption plans announced for an additional four vessels (after cruise restart plans were previously announced for Seven Seas Splendor).
Regent Seven Seas said it will be resuming cruises with all 5 of its ships in the coming months, and will preserve published itineraries as much as possible but has also announced new itineraries in Europe and the Caribbean for Seven Seas Explorer and Voyager.
In conjunction with the restart announcement, and while considering the global health environment, the cruise line has canceled all sailings up to each ship’s respective restart dates.
Seven Seas Explorer will resume cruises on October 16th, 2021 sailing from Venice, Italy. The ship will complete two published Mediterranean voyages before crossing the Atlantic to Miami, Florida and, from November 15th, 2021, will sail a further two published sailings in the Caribbean.
She will then begin a newly created winter Caribbean season featuring eight new sailings, starting December 20th, 2021 with a 14-night Southern Caribbean cruise.
After a trans-Atlantic crossing, she will arrive back in Europe on April 10th, 2022, sailing three more newly created Mediterranean itineraries before embarking on her published 2022 European summer season on May 14th.
Seven Seas Mariner will resume cruises on a published December 18th, 2021 itinerary, cruising from Miami, Florida to San Francisco, California where she will begin an epic World Cruise on January 5th, 2022.
Seven Seas Navigator’s resumption will begin January 6th, 2022 from Miami, Florida with her published 2022 Southern Caribbean winter sailings, which include multiple round-trip Barbados voyages.
Seven Seas Voyager returns with five new Mediterranean voyages, the first from Barcelona, Spain on February 15th, 2022, before commencing her published 2022 European summer season itineraries exploring the Mediterranean and Northern Europe from April 15th, 2022.
All voyages will operate under the cruise line’s comprehensive SailSAFE health and safety protocols, which were developed with leading public health and scientific experts, including the Healthy Sail Panel and the SailSAFE Global Health and Wellness Council.
Regent Seven Seas says it will continuously evaluate and modify its protocols based on the evolving nature of the pandemic.