The 117-night World Cruise will depart from Miami on Jan. 5, 2021 and end in Barcelona – visiting six continents, 30 countries and 61 ports across South America, French Polynesia, Australia, Asia and the Mediterranean, including 11 overnight stays.
We thoughtfully design world cruise itineraries to bring guests to sites they desire to explore, ranging from iconic destinations to the hidden gems that can only be accommodated on a cruise of this length,” said Jason Montague, Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ president and chief executive officer. “Guests embark on world cruises to discover many destinations in one voyage with immersive experiences, visit museums, see historical sites, appreciate local arts and culture, and enjoy exclusive shoreside activities offering a unique way to understand our world. On this 2021 voyage, guests can visit 56 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in ports like Colombo, Sri Lanka, Jerusalem, Israel and Limassol, Cyprus, and each night return to their spacious and luxurious suite and enjoy personalised service on board. What’s more, we feature 11 overnight stays in some of the world’s premier destinations, so world cruisers feel fully immersed in these ports of call.
During Seven Seas Mariner World Cruise there will be overnight stays in Lima, Peru; Hanga Roa, Easter Island; Auckland, New Zealand; Brisbane, Australia; Bali, Indonesia; Singapore; Mumbai, India; Dubai, UAE; Luxor (Safaga), Egypt; Jerusalem (Haifa), Israel; and Istanbul, Turkey.
Highlights of the 56 UNESCO World Heritage Sites guests can visit include:
- Great Barrier Reef off the shore of Cairns, Australia
- Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in Mumbai, India
- Old City of Acre outside of Jerusalem (Haifa), Israel
- Medieval City of Rhodes in Rhodes, Greece
- Palau de la Música Catalana and Hospital de Sant Pau in Barcelona, Spain
- Archaeological Site of Troy in Bozcaada, Turkey
- Bahla Fort (Muscat), Oman