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Regent World Cruise

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Come aboard the Seven Seas Mariner for a 2020 World Cruise. This 131-night voyage will take you around the world from San Francisco to visit many exciting destinations spread out over more than 30,000 nautical miles. As the ship travels across the seas, allow yourself to be captivated by the beauty of the lands and intricacies of the cultures you encounter. With 66 different port calls, 36 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and 13 overnight stays, there will be plenty to catch your eye along the way.

Embark in San Francisco, and enjoy an evening at the Pre-Cruise Gala Event. As you sail west away from the city, spend some time at sea getting acquainted with the ship and all it has to offer. Arrive at Honolulu, Hawaii for your first overnight stay. Continue on to call at Kahului, Maui before sailing in to call at Hilo, Hawaii. From there, the journey continues out across the Pacific Ocean to French Polynesia. Call at Nuku Hiva, then make port in Fakarava. Next, sail in to Moorea and enjoy the sites before calling overnight in Papeete, Tahiti. The ship will then call at Bora Bora, a tropical paradise, followed by Pago Pago, American Samoa.

Here the ship will cross the International Dateline and make port in Apia, Samoa. Sail on to call at Lautoka, Fiji. Next, sail on to Auckland, New Zealand for an overnight stay where you will encounter a rugged coast of black sand beaches and vibrant rainforests. Continue on to call at Rotorua (Tauranga) and Napier. Make port in Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, then sail on through the Tasman Sea to the coast of Australia. The ship will sail into Sydney Harbor where you will spend two nights exploring the city and visiting famous landmarks like the Sydney Opera House. From there, continue around the coast to call at Brisbane and Airlie Beach. Next, call at Cairns and Cooktown before sailing around to make port in Darwin.

Sail away from the Australian coast and into the Timor Sea to continue your journey. Make port overnight at Benoa, Bali and then continue on to Surabaya, Indonesia. Cruise the Java Sea and call overnight in enchanting city of Singapore where you can see the largest greenhouse in the world, the Flower Dome. From there, continue on to make port in Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), Malaysia followed by Penang and Langkawi. Next, spend the day in Phuket, Thailand before sailing through the Bay of Bengal to call overnight at Colombo, Sri Lanka. The ship will then make port in Cochin, India for the day, followed by a call at Mangalore and Goa (Mormugao). Call overnight in Mumbai, then sail out toward the Middle East.

Cross the Arabian Sea to call at Muscat, Oman. Next, make port in Fujairah, UAE before sailing on to spend a full day in the glittering city of Dubai. From there, make port in Abu Dhabi and Al Khasab. Sail on to Salalah, Oman before continuing on to make port in Aqaba, Jordan. Call overnight in Luxor (Safaga), Egypt, then cruise through the Suez Canal. Upon reaching the other side, the ship will make port in Jerusalem (Haifa), Israel for an overnight stay. Continue on through the Mediterranean Sea to call at Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey and Athens (Piraeus), Greece. Next, make port in Taormina, Italy followed by Sorrento and Rome. Call at Florence (Livorno) for the day, then sail on to Monte Carlo in Monaco. From there, make port in Barcelona, Spain for an overnight stay before sailing on to call at Alicante and Malaga.

Here the ship will call at Ponta Delgada (Azores), Portugal before sailing out across the Atlantic Ocean. Spend a few days at sea, then make port overnight in Hamilton, Bermuda. Move on to Miami, Florida before continuing south though the Caribbean Sea to call at Cartagena, Columbia. Make port in Colon, Panama, then cruise through the locks of the Panama Canal. On the other side, the ship will sail into port at Puntarenas, Costa Rica followed by San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. Call at Puerto Quetzal in Guatemala, then head up the coast to make port in Acapulco, Mexico. From there, continue on to Mazatlan and Cabo San Lucas. Sail up to San Diego, California for a full day in port, then spend one last day relaxing and exploring the ship before the Seven Seas Mariner returns to San Francisco where you will disembark for the end of the World 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.