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Regent World Cruise

Regent offers two variations of the 2019 Seven Seas Navigator World Cruise. To see the 147-night itinerary that sails from Miami to New York, click here. To see the 131-night itinerary that sails from Los Angeles to New York, click here. To read more about the Seven Seas Navigator, click here.

Come aboard the Seven Seas Navigator for a 2019 World Cruise. This 146-night voyage sails from Miami to New York, and visits dozens of exciting destinations along the way. From the tropics of the Pacific Islands to the exotic lands of the Middle East, there are plenty of things to see and do on this journey. Multiple overnight stays and many extended port calls allow guests ample time to immerse themselves in the local culture and enjoy each port of call.

Embark in Miami and enjoy an exclusive pre-cruise gala event with an overnight hotel stay. Sail out into Caribbean waters and call at Grand Cayman. Continue on to make port in Cartagena, Columbia before entering the lock system of the Panama Canal. After reaching the other side of the canal, sail in to call at Puntarenas in Costa Rica. From there, call at Corinto and Puerto Quetzal. The Navigator will continue up the coast to call at Acapulco, then move on to the popular sport fishing destination of Cabo San Lucas. Call next at Los Angeles, California before sailing away from the American coast.

The journey moves west across the Pacific Ocean to the Hawaiian Islands where the ship will call at Nawiliwili. Make port in Honolulu for a full day, then call at Kahului and Hilo. Continue across the Pacific and sail in to Nuku Hiva in the Marquesas Islands.

Tour the Pacific Islands with a call at Fakarava, followed by an overnight in the tropical paradise of Bora Bora. From there, make port in Raiatea and Papeete before sailing in to make port at Rangiroa. Continue on from the Society Islands to call at Pago Pago in American Samoa. Next, cross the International Dateline to call at Apia, Samoa, then make port in Lautoka and Suva of Fiji. The ship will then call overnight at Noumea, New Caledonia before moving on to the coast of Australia.

Call first at Brisbane, then sail through the famous harbor to make port in Sydney, Australia for an overnight stay. Make port in Fraser Island, then continue on to Whitsunday Islands. Call overnight in Cairns, then cruise on to make port at Thursday Island. Make one last port call in Australia at Darwin before continuing on to Asia.

Sail in to Komodo, Indonesia. From there, call overnight in Benoa, Bali and enjoy a relaxed atmosphere. Next, call at Sulawesi before continuing on to Puerto Princesa, Boracay, and Manila. Sail in to Hong Kong for an overnight stay and a taste of East meets West in this bustling city. From there, sail on to Vietnam to call at Chan May and Nha Trang before making port overnight in Ho Chi Minh City. Call at Sihanoukville, Cambodia, then call overnight in Bangkok, Thailand followed by a day in Ko Samui. Make port in Singapore, then continue on to Kuala Lumpur, Penang, and Phuket.

The Seven Seas Navigator with then sail in to Yangon, Myanmar for a two night stay. Enjoy the sites and see the Shwedagon Pagoda up close, then sail along to India. Make port in Cochin, Mangalore, and Goa (Mormugao). Next, call overnight in Bombay (Mumbai). Upon leaving Bombay, the ship will sail away from Asian waters and head into the Middle East with a call to Muscat, Oman.

Continue on to Abu Dhabi, then make port in the exotic city of Dubai. Call next at Fujairah and Salalah. Spend a few days at sea as the ship moves along through the Middle East. Make port in Petra (Aqaba), then sail in to call overnight at Luxor (Safaga). Spend two days cruising through the Suez Canal, then make port in Jerusalem (Ashdod). Call overnight in Haifa, then sail on to Heraklion. Here the ship will move into the Mediterranean with a call to Sorrento, Italy. Next, make port in Rome followed by a call to Monte Carlo. Spend an extended day in Barcelona, then make port in Malaga.

The voyage continues its western course with a call to Ponta Delgada and Horta in the Azores. From there, the ship will sail across the Atlantic Ocean to make port in St. George's, Bermuda for an overnight stay. As the journey comes to an end, enjoy one last day at sea before the ship sails into port at New York. Here guests will disembark for the end of the cruise.

Due to the unique nature of this vacation experience, we allow only the most experienced of our 400+ travel counselors the opportunity to assist our world cruise customers. When you are ready to speak with someone in our office, please call us at 1-888-381-4642 or email us for a quote or reservation.