Setting sail in January 2025, the 150-day sailing will take passengers from Antarctica to Auckland and back.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced their longest world cruise ever today, and spanning a total of 36,295 nautical miles across 25 countries and 97 ports of call over her 150-night sailing, it’s a journey every bit as ambitious and luxurious as you could imagine.
Following a pre-cruise gala on January 7, 2025, the 684-passengers aboard the Seven Seas Mariner will depart from Miami on an epic around the world journey that will take them as far south as the Antarctic Peninsula.
“We know that our guests are looking for extended travel in exotic destinations, which is why we are incredibly excited to unveil the longest World Cruise in our 30-year history,” President and Chief Executive Officer of Regent Seven Seas Cruises Jason Montague said in a statement today. “Over 150 nights, travelers will not only experience the highest standards of service, cuisine and enrichment, plus enjoy a delightful array of luxury amenities, but they will also sail as far south as Antarctica, as far east as Asia and as far north as Alaska – all in one single, epic voyage as they sail Away in Wonder.”
Among a few of the highlights along the way will be stops to see no less than 48 UNESCO World Heritage sites from the Sydney Opera House and Singapore’s Botanic Gardens to Ha Long Bay in Vietnam and Komodo National Park in Indonesia.
Onboard, guests will be able to choose from one of four restaurants including a classic American steakhouse, modern French cuisine, and authentic Italian fare along with casual dinner offerings available everyday al-fresco at the pool grill.
Today’s announcement also corresponds with the news of the cruise line’s 30th anniversary this week. Among a few of the amenities available on Regent’s 2025 World Cruise include first-class airfare, door-to-door luggage service, a comprehensive visa package, unlimited valet laundry including dry-cleaning and pressing, phone time per suite, onboard medical service and unlimited WiFi for those looking to stay connected with the outside world.
The cruise will also make stops at two new ports of call for Regent including to the remote Robinson Crusoe Island off the coast of Chile and to Muroran, a city on Japan’s northernmost island of Hokkaido.
The around the world voyage officially goes on sale June 15 and fares for the 150-night sailing start at $86,999 per-guest for a Deluxe Veranda Suite, and $249,999 per guest for a Master Suite.