Regent Seven Seas Cruises will cruise roundtrip from Cape Town twice in December 2022, before sailing a 24-night grand voyage to Buenos Aires in January, 2024.
Although the full 24-night itinerary ends in the Argentine capital, it is also bookable as a shorter 14-night cruise ending in Rio de Janeiro.
In addition to the ports of call on offer during the cruise, guests in all suite categories can also enjoy a free 3-Night Winelands and Wildlife pre-cruise land programme in Cape Town, or a free 3-Night Authentic Buenos Aires post-cruise land programme on this voyage.
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Before departing on the grand voyage, Seven Seas Voyager will first sail two roundtrip cruises from Cape Town on December 6th and 21st, 2022.
Each 15-night itinerary calls in Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Durban, Richard’s Bay, and Mossel Bay in South Africa), as well as Walvis Bay in Namibia, and Maputo in Mozambique.
The grand voyage then departs Cape Town on January 5th, 2023, calling in Luderitz and Walvis Bay in Namibia before heading out across the Atlantic via St Helena, to make landfall again in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where the 14-night itinerary ends.
Passengers booked on the full 24-night cruise, will continue on to visit the Brazilian cities of Buzios, Ilha Grande, Paraty, Santos (Sao Paulo), Portobelo, and Rio Grande, before calling in Punta Del Este, Uruguay, and ending the cruise in Buenos Aires, Argentina on January 28th.
The lifestyle aboard Seven Seas Voyager is mix of relaxation and enrichment, with expert lectures on various destinations and historical and cultural topics during the day, as well as structured activities like trivia. Afternoon Tea is offered daily, while at night there are cabaret shows, karaoke, and lively events in the casino.
The ship offers four restaurants and seven cafes and bars, as well as a large pool area, two Jacuzzis, a spa and gym, and four lounges, including an Observation Lounge with views over the bow. The heart of the ship is the Atrium, a testament to the grandeur of luxury ocean travel.
Center staircases connect conveniences on Deck 5 to the social spaces of the Voyager lounge and Casino, as well as Compass Rose on Deck 4. This makes it a natural gathering place for guests, signified by a beautiful compass-shaped tile floor at the landing.
All cruises include unlimited food and drinks (including fine wines and spirits), and shore excursions.
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