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Regent Seven Seas unveils Asia-Pacific Circumnavigation for 2022, visiting 59 ports in 17 countries

Regent Seven Seas Cruises' 2022 world voyage Elements of the Pacific will see Seven Seas Mariner sail round-trip from San Francisco on a 120-night odyssey to 17 countries, visiting 43 UNESCO World Heritage Sites along the way.

It will be Regent’s first world cruise to Asia-Pacific in 13 years, reflecting an increasing interest in experiencing Asian-Pacific destinations.

Halong Bay
Ha Long Bay is one of the most stunning sights in Southeast Asia

“Our 2022 world cruise itinerary, tours and events present an unrivalled experience to the growing number of luxury travellers craving to visit stunning and culturally enriching Asian Pacific destinations,” said Jason Montague, the company’s president.

“There is no better way to traverse this wondrous part of our world than in the company of like-minded friends.”

Water, earth, fire and ice have crafted and shaped the globe, and world cruise guests will discover these elements as they escape to the inviting waters of the South Pacific and earthen wonderlands of Australia and New Zealand; savour the fiery flavours of Southeast Asia; and touch on the volcanic edges of Russia before standing in awe of Alaska’s majestic ice fields.

The two-ocean, three-continent voyage will have access to 43 UNESCO World Heritage sites, including:

  • Taputapuātea from Raiatea, French Polynesia
  • Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens from Melbourne, Australia
  • Wet Tropics of Queensland from Cairns, Australia
  • Borobudur Temple Compounds from Semarang (Java), Indonesia
  • Historic City of Ayutthaya from Bangkok (Laem Chabang), Thailand
  • Classical Gardens of Suzhou from Shanghai, China
  • Himeji Castle from Kyoto (Kobe), Japan
  • Volcanoes of Kamchatka from Petropavlovsk, Russia
  • Bangkok
    Guests will visit the historic city of Ayutthaya inBangkok

    Voyage highlights include three new unique shoreside experiences, exclusively for world cruise guests.

    A Classical Rendezvous in Sydney
    Before the Opera House took centre stage, the Sydney Town Hall was the jewel of entertainment venues in the Land Down Under, with stunning Victorian interiors, high ceilings, ornate stained glass and one of the largest pipe organs in the southern hemisphere. An exclusive three-course lunch at one of Sydney’s final local venues,will be followed by acclaimed conductor Bernard Walz and full concert orchestra and soloists for a classical music performance in the Centennial Hall.

    Candles, Cuisine & Caves in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
    Ha Long Bay is one of the most stunning sights in Southeast Asia, with 1,600 islands and islets that jut out of the bright green waters of the Gulf of Tonkin. At Vung Duc Cave, a dinner show will feature a skilled local band with accompanying dancers.

    Japanese Ceremony, Art & Cuisine in Tokyo
    Guests will step back in time at Meguro Gajoen, a place that celebrates traditional Japanese culture, as they enter through verdant gardens, art-adorned halls and stunning woodwork. After an authentic tea ceremony, they will itness the dramatic art of Kabuki, a classical Japanese dance-drama recalling ancient stories, and be charmed by the beautiful geishas. Stunning performances by genuine ninjas crown the evening’s excitement in a fantastic display of ninjutsu.

    All-inclusive fares start at £52,369 per guest.

    Regent Seven Seas Cruises: 02380 682 280 or visit www.rssc.com

    Posted on 11th July 2019 at 04:02 pm in Cruise News | Cruise Lines | Regent Seven Seas |

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