Regent Seven Seas Cruises® has announced guests who book an Alaskan voyage on the most luxurious and amenity-laden cruise ship sailing Alaska in 2019 — the intimate, 350 all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Mariner® — will save up to $1,500 per suite and also enjoy a shipboard credit of up to $500 on 10 select voyages.
This promotion reflects increasing consumer interest in sailing The Last Frontier. Alaska is one of the most in-demand cruise destinations and is projected to experience record cruise growth of 16 percent in 2019 to 1.3 million visitors, according to the Cruise Lines Industry Association Alaska.
Full details of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Alaskan voyages are available here. A video highlighting the elegant accommodations on board Seven Seas Mariner, which was refurbished bow-to-stern, is viewable here. Upgrades include dramatic new culinary experiences, exquisite new suite designs, and completely renewed elegant guest spaces.
“Witness the iconic wildlife, experience the frontier culture and use your Shipboard Credit to pre-book a Regent Choice shore excursion like a helicopter ride over glistening glaciers, and then return home to indulge in the sophisticated comfort of Seven Seas Mariner where every luxury is included,” said Jason Montague, president and chief executive officer of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “With unlimited shore excursions, roundtrip air, gourmet dining, fine wines and spirits and so much more included, there is no better way to experience Alaska than with Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Thanks to her recent bow-to-stern refurbishment, Seven Seas Mariner is better than new.”
The cruise line is offering several new Alaskan shore excursions in 2019, including:
Golden Glassblowing Experience, Skagway, AK
Visit Jewell Gardens, a spectacular northern show garden, where guests learn the ancient art of working with molten glass and then create a handmade ornament as an Alaska memento. In the spirit of the Gold Rush, guests have the opportunity to incorporate 24K gold in the ornament for dazzling effect. (Included in free unlimited shore excursions)
Taku Glacier Adventure By Air, Water & Ice, Juneau, AK
Enjoy the Alaskan adventure by air, water, and ice. Aboard a helicopter, guests fly high above Juneau, the Tongass National forest, the Juneau Ice Field, Gastineau Channel, and Taku River, all the way to Taku Point, and then take a second helicopter to the top of the Taku Glacier to step out onto the amazing 4,500-foot thick ice. (Regent Choice)
Sitka’s Great Hiking Adventure, Sitka, AK
Hike past a waterfall and boggy land known as muskeg, eventually arriving at a pristine mountain lake where guests can kayak, fish or simply gather around the crackling campfire. Few places are as peaceful and majestic as the Tongass National Forest, an area that president and avid outdoorsman Theodore Roosevelt first protected in 1902. (Regent Choice)
For more information about Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Alaskan voyages, please visit www.RSSC.com, call 1-844-4REGENT (1-844-473-4368) or contact a professional travel advisor.
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