Regent Seven Seas Cruises® unveils its longest cruise ever

Three oceans, five continents, one hundred and fifty nights and twenty-five countries: the world's leading luxury cruise line Regent Seven Seas Cruises® unveils the longest cruise in its 30-year history. If you really want to get away from it all...Text: Fleur de Jong
Statue: Regent Seven Seas Cruises® Regent's 2025 World Cruise, called Away in Wonder, departs Miami, Florida for San Francisco, California on January 7, 2025, sailing to destinations in South America, the Pacific, Australia & New Zealand, Asia and Alaska. En is sailed with the stylish and elegant Seven Seas Mariner®.

For guests who feel that 150 nights is not enough, the cruise line offers the option to add an additional eighteen-night cruise to the World Cruise. It will then sail from the Mexican Riviera to San Francisco and Miami, visiting ports in Costa Rica, Colombia and more. All this together with a complete passage over it Panama Canal. However, the bunches will be unloaded in style before departure with a pre-cruise gala, which will be followed by three events on land. This is exclusive to guests on board the 2025 World Cruise and takes them to Buenos Aires, Auckland and Bangkok, among others.

Exclusive amenities

Of course you travel around the world in style and can use the exclusive facilities on board. This includes, among other things unlimited valet laundry, including dry cleaning and ironing. But the uExceptional personalized service, restaurants serving gourmet specialties, premium drinks in beautifully designed bars and lounges, spectacular entertainment and unlimited Wi-Fi are also among the amenities available to guests of the 2025 World Cruise.       

Enjoy yourself to the fullest 

Regent has put together beautiful onshore experiences for travelers. From 395 included shore excursions to sixteen nights on land allowing you to discover fascinating locations. These include Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Bora Bora, French Polynesia; and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. In addition, the route also provides access to 46 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as Rapa Nui National Park in Hanga Roa on Easter Island and the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia. 

The cruise will also dock at two new ports for Regent; the remote Robinson Crusoe Island off the coast of Chile, and Muroran on the Japanese island of Hokkaido. There is also one once in a lifetime, three-day panoramic cruise along Antarctica ahead. De 2025 World Cruise can be booked from June 15, click here .