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Seven Seas Mariner


Regent reveals range of 2022-23 sailings


Ben Ireland


Regent Seven Seas Cruises has unveiled its 2022-2023 Voyage Collection featuring 148 sailings from April 2022 to April 2023. Sailings range from seven


nights to the recently-announced 143-night 2023 World Cruise on Seven Seas Mariner. The five-ship line’s collection


includes 17 maiden ports of call, 105 overnight visits, transoceanic crossings and five Grand Voyages. Highlights include Seven


Seas Splendor’s summer season in Scandinavia and the Baltics; Seven Seas Explorer in the Mediterranean; Seven Seas Voyager’s tour of Africa and winter season in South America with a sailing to Antarctica; Seven Seas Mariner’s Alaskan summer; and Seven Seas Navigator’s Grand Arctic


Adventure and Caribbean cruises. Regent offers unlimited


inclusive shore excursions, and 36 sailings include pre- or post-cruise land tour programmes of two or three nights. “Launching a new Voyage


Collection is always exciting,” said president and chief executive Jason Montague. “However, knowing our guests’ strong desire to get back on the oceans, as illustrated by our record-breaking 2023 World Cruise launch, makes this one feel extra-special.” A seven-night Antiquities &


Archeology voyage on Seven Seas Explorer from Venice, calling at Split, Kotor, Corfu, Gythion, Santorini and Ephesus, is priced from £5,009 for a Veranda Suite. To view a brochure and video


about the Voyage Collection, visit: rssc.com/new_season_launch


APT pegs 2022 Europe prices at 2021 rates The operator is highlighting


APT has released its 2022 range of luxury European river cruises, with prices held at 2021 rates. The programme includes


‘Covid Flexible Booking Cover’ and a 20% discount on insurance. Paul Melinis, UK managing


director, said the early launch was prompted by demand and limited availability for 2021.


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its enhanced health and safety protocols, private airport or station transfers and inclusive tips. APT’s most popular itinerary


is the 14-day Magnificent Europe, from Amsterdam to Budapest on the Danube. It costs from £2,995 for a March 7, 2022, departure. aptouring.co.uk


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