Regent Seven Seas 2024 World Cruise sells out in record time
Regent Seven Seas Cruises says it has posted another world cruise opening day booking record.
The 2024 World Cruise officially sold out less than three hours after going on sale this week.
“With a waitlist longer than we have ever experienced, we knew that the 2024 World Cruise was going to be popular, but this outstanding response has surpassed all expectations and is without a doubt our strongest world cruise launch day ever,” said Jason Montague, President and Chief Executive Officer of Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
“Remarkably, we’ve found that interest hasn’t just come from our past guests, and we have seen a strong increase in first-time travellers with Regent.”
The 2024 World Cruise voyage will explore Central America, the US West Coast and Hawaii, South Pacific Islands, Australia and New Zealand, Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, the Middle East, the Mediterranean, and Bermuda.
The journey lasts nearly five months and covers 34,500 nautical miles.
Navigate the World begins on 6 January 2024, roundtrip from Miami, Florida, on board Seven Seas Mariner.
Over 132-nights the ship visits 66 ports across 31 countries and four continents.
It offers access to 61 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and 12 in-port overnight stays.
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