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Seven Seas Explorer Caribbean Bound As Seven Seas Navigator Heads To Africa In 2016

The world’s most luxurious cruise ship, Regent’s Seven Seas Explorer, will make its North American debut on December 2nd 2016, offering an inaugural season of Caribbean sailings from Miami. Meanwhile Seven Seas Navigator will offer exotic African voyages.

After sailing its maiden voyage from Monte Carlo on July 20th 2016, Seven Seas Explorer will set sail on 10 destination-focused itineraries around the Mediterranean before traversing the Atlantic Ocean during a 16-night voyage from Rome to Miami. After arriving in her winter homeport, Seven Seas Explorer will embark on a 14-night Serene Islands roundtrip voyage on December 4th, followed by a 10-night Caribbean Dawn roundtrip on December 18th. The ship will celebrate the New Year with a 16-night Grand Canal Crossing from Miami to Los Angeles, via the exciting Panama Canal.

Jason Montague, President and Chief Operating Officer for Regent Seven Seas Cruises, commented:

“Seven Seas Explorer has been a labor of love for our CEO, Frank Del Rio, Executive Vice President of Vessel Operations, Robin Lindsay and the entire Regent Seven Seas Cruises team, so it’s exciting to have this ship, the most luxurious ship ever built, make its North American debut in our hometown of Miami. With two roundtrip sailings from Miami and a maiden Panama Canal cruise, we’re providing guests the opportunity to experience the unprecedented luxury Seven Seas Explorer will offer with the convenience of departing from a domestic homeport.”

As Seven Seas Explorer makes its North American debut, Seven Seas Navigator will head to the Mediterranean – a warm change from the ships traditional residence in Alaska – sailing 20 voyages, before embarking on an exotic 24-night African Expedition to Cape Town. The ship will then operate a further two African discoveries, before heading to Miami. Guests booked in a Concierge Suite or higher will also receive a complimentary pre- or post-cruise African Safari.

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Jordan Bailey
21-year-old travel journalist, Jordan, has been reporting on cruise news since 2011. Since taking his first voyage on board Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas in 2009, Jordan has now been on over 50 cruises. He currently studies Journalism at Southampton Solent University.
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