Seven Seas Splendor

Regent Seven Seas to return to cruising with the Seven Sea Splendor

Regent Seven Seas has announced its return to sailing, announcing that Seven Seas Splendor will be cruising from the UK, beginning September 11, 2021.

The voyages will mark Seven Seas Splendor's inaugural season after just two cruises last February, as well as the cruise line's resumption of service. The rest of Regent Seven Seas' fleet will be rephased back to the seas. 

Jason Montague, Regent Seven Seas Cruises' CEO, said of the announcement: “Come September we will have the double celebration of our return to the seas as we also recommence the inaugural season of the ship that perfects luxury, Seven Seas Splendor. With immaculate design, luxurious suites, exquisite cuisine, dynamic entertainment and outstanding personalised service, Seven Seas Splendor was one of the most highly anticipated ships to launch in the history of cruising, and my promise to our loyal and eager guests is that without a doubt she will be worth the wait.”

Upon its relaunch, Seven Seas Splendor will sail an 11-night voyage from Southampton, with a roundtrip route calling in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland. Following this initial voyage, the ship will sail to the Mediterranean and cross the Atlantic to port in the Caribbean.

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