Regent Seven Seas Cruises Reveals 2025 World Cruise Itinerary

The 150-night bucket-list odyssey will bring luxury travelers to no less than 25 countries on five continents.

The 354-cabin Seven Seas Mariner in Sydney, Australia. (All photos ©RSSC)

As it celebrates 30 years of operations, Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced its longest ever World Cruise, departing from Miami on January 7, 2025 aboard the Seven Seas Mariner. Named “Away in Wonder”, the journey will take in a slew of destinations in South America, the South Pacific, Australia and New Zealand, Asia, and the Pacific coast of North America en route to San Francisco. Guests will visit 97 ports of call while covering 36,295 nautical miles over a voyage lasting more than five months.

Going as far south as Antarctica and as far north as Alaska, the route includes two Pacific crossings. Travelers have the option to add an 18-night sailing to complete the loop and sail the Mexican Riviera from San Francisco to Miami, visiting ports in Costa Rica and Colombia, before a full transit of the Panama Canal.

Those who embark on the epic trip can expect 395 complimentary shore excursions as well as 16 in-port overnight stays in places like Rio de Janeiro and Bora Bora in French Polynesia. The itinerary also promises stops at 48 UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the Sydney Opera House and Easter Island’s Rapa Nui National Park. The cruise will visit two new ports of call for Regent — Chile’s remote Robinson Crusoe Island and Muroran in Hokkaido, Japan — and incorporate a three-day scenic voyage around the Antarctic Peninsula.

Guests will begin the 2025 World Cruise in style after a pre-cruise gala, which will eventually be followed by three exclusive shoreside events held in Buenos Aires, Auckland, and then Bangkok. Benefits include US$550 shipboard credit per person; unlimited valet laundry, including dry-cleaning and pressing; complimentary phone time per suite; onboard medical service; and a commemorative gift. Fares for the 150-night sailing start at US$86,999 per person for a Deluxe Veranda Suite, and tickets will officially go on sale on June 15, 2022.

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The pool deck aboard Seven Seas Mariner.

Inside a 23-square-meter Deluxe Veranda suite.

Guests on the 2025 World Cruise will get to see Alaska’s Hubbard Glacier.

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