Part of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Grand Voyages collection, this new itinerary visits destinations throughout the British Isles, Iceland, Scandinavia, Greenland and New England, taking in windswept coastal villages, remote islands, waterways and cities, including Reykjavik, Iceland’s cosmopolitan capital.
Grand Voyages cruises allow extra time for exploration of each particular region, with overnight stays and extra amenities.
Amenities include shoreside experiences, phone time per suite, pre-cruise hotel stay and dinner, and unlimited laundry and dry cleaning. Guests also enjoy the benefits of all-inclusive cruising, with unlimited shore excursions, specialty restaurants, fine wines and beverages, in-suite mini bar, open bars and lounges, unlimited WiFi and pre-paid gratuities.
Recognised by those who appreciate the finer things in life, the Regent Seven Seas Cruises Grand Voyages collection offers guests plenty of time to make the most of the all-inclusive offering on board, as well as to take advantage of up to 221 free shore excursions.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises Senior Vice President and Managing Director Asia Pacific Steve Odell says this itinerary is a must-experience trip for any cruise connoisseur.
“This is a bucket-list journey that will see our guests enjoying the diversity of nature and some of the most unique scenery in the world, experiencing everything from Iceland’s hot springs, to the sheer cliffs in Norway, to the historic architectural delights of Denmark and Belgium, to the remote Russian Solovetsky Islands, to the Atlantic seaboard, Boston, before finally arriving into New York City,” Steve said.
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