Regent Seven Seas Cruises extends Elevate Your Experience

Guests have even longer to benefit from two-category Suite Upgrade and newly added Mediterranean itineraries, with up to 25% off

Regent Seven Seas Cruises®, the world’s leading luxury ocean cruise line, has extended it’s popular Elevate Your Experience promotion through 13 November 2020, thereby enhancing luxury travel for their guests with a FREE Two-Category Suite Upgrade, up to a Penthouse Suite, and a reduced 10% deposit on select 2021 cruises in Alaska, the Mediterranean or Northern Europe.

The cruise line has also added several additional Mediterranean itineraries to the promotion, with up to 25% off.

The FREE Two-Category Suite Upgrade could see guests maximising their holiday time with a FREE 1-Night Pre-Cruise Hotel Stay when they upgrade to a Concierge Suite, or have every whim taken care of by a personal butler, among other luxurious perks and amenities, if upgraded to an elegant Penthouse Suite.

Regent Reassurance, which allows travellers to cancel for any reason up to 15 days prior to departure date and receive a 100% Future Cruise Credit, has also been extended to all bookings made by October 31, 2020, for all voyages departing through October 31, 2021.

“We love nothing more than to pamper and help our guests relax on their well-deserved holidays and that’s why we have extended our indulgent Elevate Your Experience promotion,” said Jason Montague, president and chief executive officer, Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “Guest can explore some of the world’s most adventurous and culturally-rich destinations in true luxury, with a free suite upgrade and highly personalised service from the most attentive crew in the cruise industry.”

Elevated Exploration with FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions

Regent Seven Seas Cruises is the only cruise line which offers FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions in each and every port, which means guest can enjoy an elevated level of exploration in the incredible destinations they choose to visit, all included in the cruise fare. For those who hunger for more bespoke and exclusive discovery, the cruise line also provides a range of additional destination experiences with Regent Choice shore excursions, Small Group Tours, Go Local Tours, Gourmet Explorer Tours and Wellness Tours.

The luxury cruise line has selected highlights from their FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions offerings in destinations showcased by its Elevate Your Experience promotion.

The Mediterranean

With more than 850 shore excursions in 83 ports, the Mediterranean effortlessly curates rich and varied adventures. Many come for the exquisite cuisine, influential architecture and world-renowned museums, but the region has untold depth, offering almost limitless discovery, especially if you travel the lesser-known ports of call.

Accessible from the Mediterranean, Regent returns to the Black Sea in 2021 offering the chance to visit countries such as Bulgaria, Romania and Ukraine. An overnight in Constanta, one of Europe’s oldest cities, allows a trip to Romania’s capital Bucharest. Alternatively, guests can visit the country’s oldest archaeological site, the fascinating remains of ancient Histria, which was the earliest Greek colony on the western Black Sea dating back to approximately 657 BC. In the UNESCO World Heritage site Nessebur, Bulgaria a walking tour lets guests explore imposing fortified walls, cobblestone streets and charming small squares including the magnificent ruins of the Church of Saint Sophia, before travelling to the village of Pomorie to visit a centuries-old wine cellar to taste the produce.

Alaska

While most come to Alaska for its jaw-dropping vistas and abundant wildlife, there are other sides of the Last Frontier to be appreciated. With over 150 shore excursions in nine Alaskan ports guests can join fishing boats to observe crab pots being pulled from the sea, enjoy an Alaskan lumberjack show or learn about the historical Russian influence on the region as previous owners of the land.

Local seafood and beverages are on offer too. In Ketchikan, you can cruise the extraordinarily beautiful shores of George Inlet and the magnificent Inside Passage on a 11-metre pontoon boat followed by a feast of freshly caught Dungeness crabs at a waterfront lodge. If beer is your passion, you could join a lively pub crawl through the town, sampling local beer, snacks and live music along the way.

Northern Europe

A smorgasbord of nature, history and culture in over 450 shore excursion options across 55 ports, Northern Europe has appeals from the volcanic spectacles of Iceland, to the peaceful and remote beauty of the UK’s Orkney Islands, Shetland Islands and the Inner and Outer Hebrides, to the seductive metropolitan charm of some of the continent’s most sophisticated cities such as Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Stockholm. Further east there is a completely different world of former Soviet states with fascinating secrets to discover.

Klaipeda’s Zemaitija National Park in Lithuania is home to a stunning crystalline lake and densely green forests, as well as the Plokstine Missile Base, a stark reminder of the Cold War. Abandoned after the Soviet Union’s collapse, the silos and central control complex were reopened as a Cold War Museum in 2012, all of which is now possible to explore in an intriguing guided tour.

For more information about Regent Seven Seas Cruises®, visit www.RSSC.com, call 1300 455 200 (AU), or 0800 625 692 (NZ), or contact your preferred travel advisor.

SOURCE: Regent Seven Seas 

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