Regent Seven Seas Cruises notches another single day booking record

Tuesday, 06 Sep, 2022 0

Regent Seven Seas Cruises again topped its own single day booking record with the launch of its 2024-2025 Voyage Collection.

The cruise line beat its previous largest booking day of August 18, 2021 when it launched its 2023-2024 Voyage Collection.

“This is an incredible achievement and is testament to the hard-working Regent teams across both our ships and shore-side offices around the globe. We thank our valued Travel Advisors we partner with,” said Jason Montague, president and chief executive officer of Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

Travel trends identified that destinations in Africa, Asia and South America make up approximately 70% of the top 10 itineraries reserved.

There was also a strong demand for the line’s distinctive suites, as well as the 4,443 square feet Regent Suite.

Booking data also revealed that there was an increase of reservations made by travel partners compared to the previous year’s 2023-2024 Voyage Collection launch.

Additionally, the cruise line saw a large upsurge of sales made on the day by guests who were already sailing the five-ship fleet.

Other notable destinations featured in the top 10 sailings booked on the record launch day were the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and South America sailings featuring the Amazon River.



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