From Sky-High Dining in Singapore, to Cherry Blossom Strolls in Japan,  Regent Seven Seas Cruises Highlights Seven Luxury Holidays that make the Perfect Valentine’s Gift

 Singapore, February 1, 2021 – Just in time for Valentine's Day, Regent Seven Seas Cruises® the world’s leading luxury cruise line, presents an alluring selection of seven sailings, all with uniquely romantic experiences for guests to enjoy. From an enchanting sunset catamaran cruise in Bermuda, to an electrifying tango course in lively Buenos Aires, these voyages provide inspiration for every couple wishing to embark on their next luxury vacation. 

Once on board, romantic options to indulge in include celebration packages for honeymoons, anniversaries and vow renewals, and true quality time in the form of the “Serenity for Two” side by side massage with Serene Spa & Wellness™. Guests can also surprise their partners with bon voyage gifts such as Dom Perignon Champagne or strawberries dipped in chocolate, to be waiting in their sprawling luxury suite on day of embarkation. 

In addition to fascinating destinations, FREE unlimited shore excursions and onboard experiences, guests of Regent Seven Seas Cruises will also fall in love with the highly personalised service, as well as countless luxuries already included – such as intimate tables for two in beautiful specialty restaurants and nightcaps in lavishly designed bars and lounges.  

When booking any voyage before 1 March 2021, travellers will also benefit from an up to Two-Category Suite Upgrade and reduced deposits.

A Gondola Ride in Venice 
On 23 October 2022, Seven Seas Splendor® sails from Barcelona, Spain across the Mediterranean to Rome, Italy over 17 nights. Up to 151 free shore excursions are offered on this voyage, with the highlight of the trip being a romantic gondola ride through the canals of Venice. Seven Seas Splendor® will stay overnight in the city, which allows for wandering the ancient cobblestone streets, admiring the breath-taking baroque architecture with sights such as Basilica San Marco, the Rialto Bridge, the Doge’s Palace, and the Bridge of Sighs. The cruise also journeys to picturesque locales along the beautiful French Riviera, Amalfi Coast and Adriatic Sea. 
Explore the City of Love 
Seven Seas Voyager® sails from Amsterdam, the Netherlands on a 12-night cruise that takes in northern Europe, including stops in London and western France, as well as the Iberian Peninsula, where it ends in Portugal. Embarking 2 September 2022 guests have the chance to discover Paris – the City of Love – passing the time scaling the Eiffel Tower, or simply getting lost people-watching and exploring charming little alleyways. Lovers of wine will be pleased to experience an overnight in Bordeaux, where a highlight shore excursion, of the 66 that are free on this cruise, allows a visit to Château du Boutinet to sample organic Merlot. 
Sail into the Sunset in Bermuda
Departing New York on 23 October 2022, Seven Seas Navigator® arrives in Miami 14 nights later, following a wonderful tour of some of the most stunning beaches that the Caribbean has to offer, including stops in St Lucia, Grenada and the ABC islands. An overnight stay in the port of Hamilton, Bermuda allows for a scenic sunset sail on board a 77-foot catamaran. Curaçao, known for its beautiful and exclusive beaches, crystal clear blue water and sweet, warm sea air provides more sea adventures for couples to create memories, including an unforgettable turtle snorkel – one of 76 complimentary excursions included in the cruise. 
The Passion of the Argentine Tango
Seven Seas Mariner® sails from Lima, Peru to Buenos Aires, Argentina visiting 13 ports across South America on this 21-night sailing that leaves 19 November 2022. Guests are treated to an overnight in port in the intoxicating city of Buenos Aires, offering the chance to fully immerse themselves in the passionate world of the Argentine Tango. With 49 free shore excursions available on the cruise, two are dedicated to the sensuous dance with a masterclass in San Telmo, or a dramatic live Tango show. If guests are looking for other types of fiery encounters, the Lake District close to Puerto Montt, Chile, is one of the country’s most visually stunning areas, whose spectacular landscape is home to hundreds of picturesque lakes and dozens of active volcanoes. A particularly beautiful sight are the magnificent views of the Osorno Volcano and the emerald-coloured waterfalls of Petrohué. 
Find Paradise Together in the Maldives
Sailing 21 November 2022, Seven Seas Explorer® departs Dubai for Singapore on a 21-night sailing exploring ports in the Middle East, India, Thailand and Malaysia. Several Regent Choice shore excursions allow access to various resorts on the paradise atoll nation of the Maldives, during an overnight port stay in its capital Malé. Sprawling, sugar-white beaches offer stress-free relaxation, acting as a wonderful pitstop on a cruise full of eclectic experiences, from bustling Mumbai to walking with thousands of butterflies in a butterfly farm in Penang, Malaysia, one of 60 shore excursions available for free.
Beautiful Bali on Valentine’s Day 
Seven Seas Explorer® sails from Bali, Indonesia to Hong Kong, China on a 15-night voyage, which leaves 13 February 2023. Frequently included in “most romantic places to visit” polls, it is appropriate that guests will spend 14 February in Bali on this cruise. Wonderful cuisine, stunning lush green landscapes and pristine beaches are just a few of the options that are on offer for travellers to plan the perfect Valentine’s Day date. Guests can keep the romance alive with a Regent Choice excursion that features a private, two-person, cable-car ride as the cruise moves onto an overnight stop in Singapore. Three loops between Mount Faber and Sentosa Island in the time it takes to savour a sumptuous four-course evening meal, allows couples to swoon at the twinkling lights of the city from as high as 300 feet. The cruise continues with destinations including Thailand and Vietnam and up to 57 free shore excursions to choose from in total.
Walk Hand in Hand Amongst Cherry Blossom in Japan 
Sailing roundtrip Tokyo, Seven Seas Explorer® tours Japan and two ports in South Korea on a 14-night cruise from 14 March 2023. The cherry blossom is one of the most important symbols of Japanese culture, representing beauty and awakening. Typically blooming in March, cherry blossom trees provide the setting for an idyllic romantic stroll with that special someone in a spectacular, yet delicate sea of pink. Of the 40 free shore excursions on offer across the sailing, a highlight is a hot spring experience in Beppu, Japan where guests can enjoy a soothing and restorative dip in natural thermal waters.

For more information please visit, call Singapore 800-616-7097 / India 0008-0004-01055 / Hong Kong and Rest of Asia +852 2165 6020 or contact a professional travel advisor to inquire about specific Regent Seven Seas Cruises voyages.  

About Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Regent Seven Seas Cruises is the leading luxury cruise line, delivering An Unrivalled Experience™ for over 25 years. Carrying no more than 750 guests, the line’s spacious and stylish ships - Seven Seas Explorer®, Seven Seas Mariner®, Seven Seas Navigator®, Seven Seas Splendor® and Seven Seas Voyager® - form The World’s Most Luxurious Fleet and explore more than 450 immersive destinations globally. Guests enjoy sumptuous all-suite accommodations, nearly all with private balconies, which are among the largest at sea, as well as highly personalised service throughout lavish public areas and expansive outdoor spaces. Unique to Regent Seven Seas Cruises, unlimited complimentary shore excursions are available in every port, making it the only truly all-inclusive cruise line. Voyage fares also include gourmet cuisine in a range of specialty restaurants and al-fresco dining venues, fine wines and spirits, entertainment, unlimited internet access, free valet laundry, pre-paid gratuities, transfer between hotel and ship and one-night, pre-cruise hotel packages for guests staying in Concierge-level suites and higher.  
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