The luxury cruise line will give passengers half-price on deposits for a range of 2022 sailings, so long as these trips are booked by June 30.
While few of us will have the chance to embark on a long-haul vacation to Europe this summer, it’s never too early to make plans for the next one. Travelers aching to get back out on the ocean can take things up a notch — while spending less — through the Upgrade in Europe deal from Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Available on more than 70 Mediterranean and Northern Europe voyages between February and November 2022, the offer promises a free two-category suite upgrade and a discount of up to 25 percent on selected sailings. Travelers who choose a complimentary upgrade to a Concierge Suite will also receive a free night’s pre-cruise hotel stay with breakfast, transfers, and porterage included. Better yet, those upgrading to a Penthouse Suite will enjoy the services of a personal butler, not to mention other perks like daily canapés, Guerlain amenities, personalized stationery, and more.
Applicable itineraries include a seven-night exploration of the Baltic Sea aboard Seven Seas Splendor, departing Copenhagen on August 19, 2022 for Tallinn, St. Petersburg, Helsinki, and Stockholm. Another option? Seven Seas Voyager’s 15-night odyssey (starting July 15, 2022) through the North Atlantic from London to Reykjavík via Ireland and Greenland, where passengers will travel up a fjord to seek out whales and seals. Meanwhile, the Historic Mediterranean Shores itinerary (departing August 6, 2022 on the Seven Seas Explorer) will take in more than a dozen ports over the course of a 14-night voyage from Rome to Athens, with stops in Venice, Corfu, Dubrovnik, and, in Turkey, the ancient Greco-Roman city of Ephesus. Free unlimited shore excursions are offered to all Regent guests in every port of call, with bespoke options such as private gallery viewings and after-hours access to popular sights.
Of course, it pays to move fast: anyone booking the Upgrade in Europe special by June 30, 2021 will see their deposits slashed by 50 percent — a major bonus for any cruise aficionado looking to get more bang for their buck.
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