Regent Seven Seas Cruises releases new 2025/26 programme

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By Harry Kemble
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Regent Seven Seas Cruises has unveiled its 2025/26 Voyage Collection featuring 29 maiden ports of call.

The cruise line said the programme, which goes on sale on 21 June, includes 164 new itineraries which are designed ‘to entice travellers with immersive, culturally rich experiences’.

The length of sailings range from seven nights to a 154-night 2026 World Cruise.

Seven Seas Grandeur will start its 2025 season on 2 April 2025, with a 14-night cruise from Barcelona, Spain to Istanbul, Turkey.

The ship will visit new ports of call including Chios, Greece and Brindisi, Italy.

During the winter, Seven Seas Grandeur will offer Caribbean itineraries, which include passing through the Panama Canal twice, before returning to Barcelona to finish its season.

Seven Seas Splendor will operate 10 and 12-night cruises in the Mediterranean from 29 March 2025 before switching to Canada and New England.

The ship will then reposition to the Caribbean before going onto South America.

Between 3 December 2025 and 13 March 2026, Seven Seas Splendor will offer six sailings between 11 and 24 nights.

During the season, Seven Seas Explorer (pictured) will cruise to Alaska where it will operate seven-night itineraries between Vancouver, Canada and Seward, Alaska.

The ship arrives in Tokyo, Japan, on 3 October before heading to Australia and New Zealand.

Seven Seas Voyager will initially operate in northern Europe, sailing to new ports of call including Norway’s Lofoten Islands; Kemi, Finland and Malmo, Sweden.

The ship will then move to Dubai via the Suez Canal and visit the Seychelles, archipelago Comoros and Mozambique on a 20-night sailing.

Seven Seas Voyager’s four sailings between 12 February and 17 April can be combined to create a 64-night Indian Ocean Odyssey sailing.

Seven Seas Mariner starts in the Caribbean but moves to northern Europe between July and September, visiting destinations in Greenland, Iceland, the British Isles, Sweden, Lithuania and Belgium.

In the season, the ship will operate the line’s round-trip 2026 World Cruise from Miami.

Seven Seas Navigator will offer sailings in the Mediterranean and northern Europe before repositioning to Africa, with a 25-night itinerary from Barcelona.

The ship will visit ports of call in Cape Verde, Ghana and Togo during the season.

It will then head to south-east Asia, Australia and New Zealand before retuning to the Mediterranean at the end of the season.

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