Cruise company, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, has recently announced the details of its 2020 world cruise, which will visit 30 countries across six continents in total.
Onboard the Seven Seas Mariner, guests will travel approximately 33,870 nautical miles across 11 seas in three oceans throughout the duration of the 2020 cruise, which is called Navigate the World.
Guests will call in at 30 countries on six continents as they circumnavigate the globe, and will visit 36 UNESCO World Heritage Sites along the way, as well as 66 ports with 13 overnight stays.
Navigate the World
There will be 131 new itineraries included with the new cruise, which will depart on 24th January 2020.
Sailing a roundtrip from San Francisco, Seven Seas Mariner will visit the islands of the South Pacific and the ancient cultures of subcontinental India, as well as the Arabian Peninsula, before exploring the Mediterranean, the Caribbean and Central America.
All world cruise guests will also get to join in exclusive shore-side events in New Zealand, Singapore and Tuscany, as well as revel in three additional events as they sail the world.
What the cruise company calls the ‘Most Inclusive Luxury Experience’ on board the Seven Seas Mariner allows guests to book up to 330 unlimited shore excursions in total.
Optional overland explorations
Along the way, Navigate the World guests can also choose among optional Overland Programmes to explore colourful cultures, dramatic landscapes and landmarks found farther inland at each destination.
Guests on the Overland Programme will disembark the ship for up to three nights in small, private groups with knowledgeable guides on experiences such as: a three-night Temples of Angkor Wat, Cambodia programme from Bali, Indonesia; a three-night Taj Mahal: The Eternal Experience programme from Cochin, India; or a one-night Egypt’s Renowned Relics: Luxor and the Pyramids excursion.
The 131-night world cruise aboard Seven Seas Mariner is open for bookings now.
For more information, visit www.rssc.com/ebrochures/WorldCruise2020UK.