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Regent Seven Seas Cruises® Unveils 146 New Extraordinary Voyages for its 2021-2022 Season




Regent Seven Seas Cruises (Logo)Regent Seven Seas unveiled 146 voyages embarking April 2021 through May 2022 featuring 27 new ports of call, first-time sailings for Seven Seas Splendor™ in Northern Europe and the Baltics and for Seven Seas Explorer® in Alaska, immersive new land programs, remarkable new shore excursions and access to newly announced UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Japan, Portugal and Italy.

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Regent Seven Seas Cruises Debuts More Than 200 Inspiring Plant-Based Dishes Fleetwide



Regent Seven Seas Cruises (Logo)Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced the debut of an extensive array of innovative plant-based cuisine on menus across its fleet. Beginning October 1, 2019, more than 200 gourmet plant-based selections will be offered at breakfast, lunch and dinner to meet the evolving tastes of luxury travelers who are following vegan or vegetarian lifestyles, or hunger to enjoy more plant-based fare.

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Two Cruise Lines Drop Brunei Port Visits in Response to Country’s New LGBTQ Laws




Two cruise lines have announced that they will cease visiting Brunei in the wake of the country’s adoption of brutal anti-LGBTQ laws. Both Princess Cruises and Regent Seven Seas are eliminating port visits to the country which last week quietly ushered in a new law that makes homosexual sex an offense that’s punishable by death. (travelpulse.com)

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Regent Cancels China Calls on 2020 Itinerary Due to Berthing Conflicts




Regent Seven Seas Cruises (Logo)Regent Seven Seas Cruises has cancelled a number of port calls in China on an itinerary scheduled for February 12 to March 14, 2020, a spokesperson for the cruise line has confirmed to Travel Agent. While guests on the public RSSC Social Club Facebook group had speculated that the stops were cancelled for political reasons, a cruise line spokesperson tells Travel Agent that the changes were due to berthing conflicts. (travelagentcentral.com)

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