Seven Seas Explorer is set to grace Australian and New Zealand shores in 2020 with a selection of nine all-inclusive itineraries.
Dubbed ‘The Most Luxurious Ship Ever Built’, no expense has been spared in building this vessel, which is lavished with the finest materials including over an acre of marble, silver and gold leaf, natural stones, sumptuous fabrics, and crystal chandeliers. With room sizes starting at 307 square feet for the lead-in category to the opulent 4,443 square feet Regent Suite, space is of no issue on the Seven Seas Explorer.
Regent’s crown jewel features an ‘all’ in experience marked by all-suite, all-balcony, and all-inclusive (on selected itineraries) offerings. Guests also enjoy unlimited shore excursions in every port, as well as the choice of complimentary specialty restaurants.
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The itinerary highlights to Australia and New Zealand promote the regions’ most celebrated treasures. Singapore to Sydney 17-night itinerary that departs in December 2020 includes ports at Darwin, Cooktown, Cairns, Airlie Beach, and Mooloolaba with guests enjoying free unlimited shore excursions and free unlimited Wi-Fi.
The Sydney to Auckland 15-night itinerary departing in 6 January 2021 will showcase Australian gems Eden, Philip Island, Melbourne, Burnie and New Zealand charms Dunedin, Akaroa, Wellington, Napier, Gisborne, and Bay of Islands. Reciprocally, the Auckland to Sydney 14-night departing 21 January 2021 itinerary will include Rotorua but not Eden, Philip Island or Gisborne.
The 18-night Sydney to Bali itinerary departing in February 2021 includes a free three-night pre or post cruise programme and will dock at Brisbane, Airlie Beach, Cairns, Alotau and Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea, Darwin, and Komodo in Indonesia.
The Seven Seas Explorer also boasts the most impressive art collection at sea, starring works by Picasso and Chagal among its 200-piece compilation.