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Published on Friday, May 28, 2021

Regent Seven Seas details return to service for all five ships

After previously announcing the September return of Seven Seas Splendor, Regent Seven Seas Cruises is reactivating the rest of its fleet, which will see all five ships gradually eased back into service by February 2022.

The cruise line intends to preserve already published itineraries as much as possible, beginning with Seven Seas Explorer from 16 October 2021, from Venice, Italy, as the ship takes over five of Seven Seas Mariner's published cruises as the latter goes into a technical dry-dock.

Seven Seas Mariner will then resume sailing on 18 December 2021, from Miami, Florida, as will Seven Seas Navigator on 6 January  2022.

Finally, Seven Seas Voyager will return on 15 February  2022, departing from Barcelona, Spain.

As part of the return to sail plan, 17 new sailings in Europe and the Caribbean have been created for Seven Seas Explorer and Seven Seas Voyager.

"We are incredibly excited that all five of our ships will be back on the ocean by early 2022, the year of our 30th anniversary. We are ready to return, and our crew will be there eagerly waiting to welcome all our guests back," said Jason Montague, President and CEO, Regent Seven Seas Cruises

The return to service begins with Seven Seas Splendor embarking on its inaugural season on 11 September 2021 from Southampton.

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