RSSC unveils longest world cruise in line’s history

RSSC unveils longest world cruise in line’s history

The 2025 world cruise visits 25 countries and 97 ports of call over 150 nights

On the week of its 30th anniversary Regent Seven Seas Cruises has launched its longest ever world cruise, sailing January 7, 2025, on board Seven Seas Mariner.

Regent’s 2025 World Cruise – Away in Wonder – embarks from Miami to San Francisco, sailing to South America, the South Pacific, Australia and New Zealand, Asia and Alaska. Guests will sail three oceans for 150 nights, visiting 97 ports of call in 25 countries on five continents, covering 36,295 nautical miles.

There is also the option to add an 18-night sailing, which sails the Mexican Riviera from San Francisco to Miami, visiting ports in Costa Rica, Colombia and more, along with a full transit of the Panama Canal.

The sailing includes 395 complimentary shore excursions, 16 in-port overnight stays and access to 48 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

The cruise visits two new ports of call for Regent; the remote Robinson Crusoe Island off the coast of Chile, and Muroran on the Japanese island of Hokkaido. It will also undertake a three-day scenic cruise of the Antarctic.

Fares for the 150-night sailing start at £69,389pp for a Deluxe Veranda Suite. Agents can pre-register clients’ interest from June 1, with the voyage officially on sale on June 15. Agents are being supported with a dedicated 2025 World Cruise sales toolkit which includes webs banners and customisable sales flyers. The sales toolkit can be accessed at

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