Regent Seven Seas Cruises is the lastest cruise line to announce its entry to the newly-opened Saudi Arabian cruise sector, with plans to call in Jeddah during the 2023/24 cruise season.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises will feature Jeddah as a port of call as part of the release of its wide-ranging 2023/24 cruise program, which includes 15 new ports of call and 139 cruise itineraries around the world.
Regent Seven Seas’ 2023/24 cruise program covers Africa and Arabia, Alaska, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, the South Pacific, Canada and New England, the Caribbean and Panama Canal, the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, and South America, as well as transoceanic crossings.
Sailings range from 7 nights up to the recently announced 132-night 2024 World Cruise and feature more than 129 overnight calls in destinations such as St. Petersburg, Russia; Kyoto, Japan; Singapore; Lisbon, Portugal; and Bordeaux, France.
Regent’s 15 new ports of call for 2023/24
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Coron (Palawan), Philippines
Sapporo (Otaru), Japan
Fernandina Beach, Florida
Puerto Banús, Spain
Leknes (Lofoten Islands), Norway
Panama City, Panama
Mystery Island, Vanuatu
“We are delighted to release our very special Voyage Collection for 2023-2024… we hope that this new season of diverse and inspiring locales enables travelers to create memories and experiences that will last a lifetime,” said Jason Montague, President & CEO, Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
“We recently launched our 2024 World Cruise which was an opening-day record-breaker for the third year in a row, selling out within three hours of launching,” he added.
“This phenomenal result reinforces just how strong the pent-up demand for luxury travel is among our guests, especially for longer voyages, and we are confident that our new Voyage Collection will be well received, too,” said Montague.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises will sail to Jeddah aboard Seven Seas Navigator in 2024. The ship will visit the city on May 3rd, 2024 on her 19-night grand voyage from Abu Dhabi in the UAE to Piraeus (Athens) in Greece.