Regent Seven Seas Cruises is a fleet of stunning luxury vessels, the newest of which, the 700-guest all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Voyager, completed it's inaugural voyage in April, 2003. It's sister ship, the 700-guest Seven Seas Mariner was the world's first all-suite, all-balcony suite cruise ship. The line also operates and markets the six-star, 490-guest Seven Seas Navigator and the six-star 350-guest Radisson Diamond. The 320-guest, 19,200-ton Paul Gauguin entered service in Tahiti and French Polynesia in 1998, and is the most deluxe cruise ship ever to be based there year-round.
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In 2001 and 1999, Regent Seven Seas (formerly Radisson Seven Seas) was voted "Best Small Cruise Line" in Travel & Leisure's fourth annual "World's Best" Awards readers' survey. In 1995, the line was voted "World's Best Cruise Line" by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler. The fleet reaches over 300 ports worldwide on every continent (including Antarctica).



Other islands offer an escape from civilization. Bermuda offers a chance to bask in it. Where else can you explore a shipwreck that inspired Shakespeare or watch cricket under the shade of a palm? The atmosphere is properly British, in tints of pastel. You won't find crowds or rental cars because it might disturb the neighbors. In short, Bermuda is a haven of civility surrounded by a sea of tranquility. The perfect place for golfing, tennis, swimming, snorkeling, sailing and just about any other watersport known to man. And the perfect antidote for everything you want to forget. Happily, the Seven Seas Navigator calls at both Hamilton and Georgetown for three nights and four full days of perfect temperatures and perfectly manicured greens. Then sail to Norfolk for a visit to Williamsburg or Jamestown.

Tahiti/South Pacific
Is there any group of islands in the world as romantic as the Society Islands? Or as beautiful, for that matter? Doubtful. They inspired a mutiny on the infamous Bounty. They captured the imagination of Paul Gauguin. They've been immortalized by some of the world's great writers from Herman Melville, Robert Louis Stevenson and James Michener to Somerset Maugham. These sirens of the South Pacific evoke balmy days, sultry nights and panoramas that could only have been created by Nature in her finest hour. Here giant curls of turquoise break onto reefs that protect blue lagoons and white beaches. Jagged peaks crown emerald rain forests, while some islands appear barely to float above the breaking waves. But what truly distinguishes French Polynesia is the people . You'll see their love for these islands through music, dance and flowers. Their hospitality is legend.

Even for the most experienced traveler, the majesty of Europe never fails to delight. The grand chateaux and vineyards of France and alluring resorts of the Italian Riviera. The splendor of Scandinavian capitals and eternal glories of Norwegian Fjords. Here you'll find sophistication mixed with Old World charm. A deeply rooted sense of heritage. An almost tangible aura of romance in the sidewalk cafes and along the narrow, cobbled lanes. The joys are endless. The sights unforgettable, Once is never enough. The Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Navigator sail from Spring well on into Fall across Europe's romantic seas. In the Mediterranean you can witness the myths and wonders of the Adriatic and Greek isles, capture the exclusive allure of the Italian and French Rivieras and conquistadors and whirling castanets of Iberian shores. Or sail along the Atlantic Seaboard to the lands of Northern Europe with their Teutonic knights and Viking heroes, castles, cathedrals and magnificent museums.

Stretching all the way to South America, a great archipelago cradles the Caribbean, islands where gentle trade winds keep the tropical climate comfortable, and where frothy whitecaps frolic in turquoise bays. Here calypso rhythms and spices scent the air and coral carpets the ocean floor.Each island has a charm all its own. Some are mountainous. Some are desert-like. Some are covered with lush, tropical greenery. And with as many independent nations as there are countries in Europe, the Caribbean traces a heritage from around the world. Our ships cruise the Caribbean all winter long, so there's bound to be a sailing that matches just what you had in mind. Close your eyes and imagine: gently swaying palms, a sugar-white beach and a sun-dappled sea caressing the shore. Now think how easy it is to make fantasy a reality. Just pick a date and book now.

World Cruise
From the southernmost tip of New Zealand to the legends of Egypt and the Red Sea to Asia's great cities and equatorial edens, 2006 is the year to explore far-flung niches with Radisson Seven Seas. This grand circumnavigation presents a magical world of discovery: 45 ports on five continents in 108 nights. You'll follow the setting sun to some of the world's most treasured venues - Tahiti, Bali, Bangkok and Rome. But you'll also venture far off the beaten tourist track. The jungles of Borneo, for example, and reclusive Burma. And with 2- and 3-day in the major cities, you can immerse yourself in their local culture, history and cuisine. Or take advantage of our unrivalled multi-day shore excursions to destinations of irresistible allure - Ayer's Rock, Angkor Wat, Chiang Mai, the Taj Mahal, exotic Laos and the Temples of Bagan...  places irresistible to adventurous travelers. Perhaps you.

South America
It is a land of stunning extremes - the world's highest waterfall, longest mountain range, driest desert and largest rain forest. Stretching from the steaming Amazon basin to the bone-dry Atacama desert to the glacial peaks of the Andes, South America contains enough beauty and soul-searing diversity to quicken the pulse of the most experienced traveler. Especially with the famous explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau as your guide, who will be joining us at key points along the way. Come experience the sensuous rhythm of Rio and the unspoiled wilderness of Patagonia. Discover the Chilean Lake District and trace the vast empire of the Incas in Peru. No matter where you turn, you can't help but feel moved by it all. But then why resist? Especially when you can return at night to the pampered comfort of the Seven Seas Mariner.

Panama Canal/Costa Rica
It has been called "the big ditch," "the bridge between two continents," "the greatest shortcut in the world." When it was finally completed in 1914, the 51-mile waterway shaved  nearly 8,000 miles off the distance between New York and San Francisco and changed the face of the industrialized world. In 1882, the Frenchman Ferdinand de Lesseps with a labor force of 10,000 men set out to blast his way through the jungles of Colombia. The project ended seven years later in disease, bankruptcy and disaster, and it is President Theodore Roosevelt who is largely credited with the completion of the Canal. Still, much of the credit belongs to this masterful visionary who convinced a skeptical world to attempt the impossible. But while the history of the Panama Canal is fascinating, it is the natural beauty that surprises most of all - an ever-changing panorama of jungle-clad hills, shimmering Lake Gatún, the high-arched span of the Americas Bridge and the intricate workings of the locks and gates, themselves.

Grand Circle Pacific
The lands around the Ring of Fire rise slowly out of the infinite Pacific telling a tale that is as old as the earth itself - of continents colliding to create spectacular mountain ranges, including the Ring of Fire, the continuous volcanic chain that encircles the Pacific. This grand journey across the Pacific is filled with some of the most memorable sights on earth - Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula, a land of fire and ice that remains one of the wildest places on earth, the ancient treasures of the Far East, New Zealand and the wonders Down Under and the intoxicating islands of French Polynesia. Come divine secrets of ancient civilizations and gaze upon scenes of mesmerizing beauty. Geysers gushing across a rugged landscape. The perfect symmetry of a pagoda at sunrise, rising phantom-like over a misty plain. Swirling patterns of a Maori warrior's ritual tattoos. Sampans in mist-shrouded harbors at dawn. Amazing visions. An amazing cruise.

In Antarctica, the word "extremes" takes on new meaning. It holds the world's largest reservoir of fresh water. Yet it is a vast desert as dry as the Sahara. It is a frozen wilderness locked in a Pleistocene time warp. Yet in summer during the miracle of rebirth, Antarctica's open skies are alive with swooping seabirds, its pure snow and water filled with the largest concentration of pelagic life on our planet. Rookeries of penguins that number in the tens and even hundreds of thousands. Seals and whales in glorious abundance. Equally glorious is the stark, raw beauty of Antarctica. Giant, blue-tinted icebergs sparkle like diamonds in a midnight blue sea. Towering snowcapped mountains reach toward the eternal midnight sun. Vast snowfields, blinding white, stretch to eternity. All this we invite you to witness aboard Explorer II, the world's top-rated expedition ship.

This is what the Earth must have looked like at the dawn of Early Man. More wilderness than can be charted. More wildlife than can be counted: bears, bald eagles, moose, deer, whales, spawning salmon. Its immensity overwhelms. Glaciers advance and retreat forming ridge after ridge of mountain peaks receding into the distance. In spring, swift streams somersault over 1,000-foot precipices in a headlong rush to the sea. Dense, dark green primordial forests stretch as far as the eye can see. Everything seems larger than life. But it's not just the size, it's how you fit into its gigantic proportions that is the soul-searing beauty of Alaska. With activities that range from the mild to the wild, and everyone succumbs to the wonder. No wonder they say that once you've been to Alaska, you never really come all the way back.

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2014 Destinations:
Australia/New Zealand
British Isles/Ireland
Canary Island/North Africa
Central America
Western Europe
Far East/Orient
Eastern Mediterranean/Aegean
Western Mediterranean
Southeast Mediterranean
Panama Canal
Red Sea/Suez Canal
Amazon River
South America
South Pacific/Tahiti
Southeast Asia

Ships in Fleet:
Explorer II
M/S Paul Gaugin
M/S Seven Seas Mariner
M/S Seven Seas Navigator
M/S Seven Seas Voyager

Stateroom Amenities:
In-Stateroom Movies
Private Safe
Direct Dial Phone
Hair Dryer

*some amenites may not be available on all ships or in all categories

Flexible Dining Options
Formal Nights
Specialty/Alternative Dining
24 - Hour Dining Options

Note: Special Dietary Needs on request with advance notice.

Tipping Policy:
Customary/Optional at End of Cruise
Automatically Added to Account

A = Available on all ships
S = Available on some ships

Children & Families:
S Reduced Family Rate
S Family Air/Sea Program
A Family Cabins
S Cribs
S Games/Contests
S Educational Program/Classes
S Children's Parties
S Children's Movies
S Organized Activities
S Youth Counselors
S Teen Counselors

Meetings & Conferences:
A Audio Visual Equipment
S Conference Room
A Computer Equipment
A E-mail
S Conference Dining
S Conference Calling
A Flip Charts/Easels
A Fax Machine
A Podium
A Meeting Coordinator

A Aromatherapy
A Body Wraps
A Ionithermie Treatments
A Reflexology
S Thalassotherapy
A Massage
A Facials
A Manicures/Pedicures
S Sauna
S Steamroom
S Whirlpool

S Practice Driving Cage
S Putting Greens
S Golf Clinic/Lessons
S Golf Packages
S Golf Simulator

Special Programs & Services:
A Weddings/Honeymoons
A Scuba Certification
A Wheelchair Accessible
A Special Diets
A Seniors Program
A Guest Lecturers/Educational Programs

Customer Sales Policies:
Air/Sea Packages A
Ground Transfers A
Shore Excursion Advance Bookings: A
Reduced 3rd/4th Berth Rates A
Single Supplement: 25 - 100
Singles Program: Not Available

Credit Cards Honored:
MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Diners Club, Discover

Disclaimer: Discounts, shipboard credits and other savings are valued on the base price of the cruise may not be applicable to all sailings or pricing promotions. Savings, discounts and other savings may include early booking savings, past passenger specials, resident senior specials, group rates or any other special pricing that may be applicable. Discounted savings will not be applicable if not allowed by any of our travel providers. Other restrictions may apply.
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