Regent Seven Seas Cruises has launched its 2025/26 voyage collection, with a host of new itineraries featuring Arabia and Africa, including calls in Doha, Qatar and Port Louis, Mauritius for the very first time.
The 14 voyages featuring Arabia and Africa will open for booking on June 21st, offering a range of itineraries from a shorter 18 night Dubai to Athens cruise aboard Seven Seas Voyager to longer 25 night grand voyages between Barcelona and Cape Town aboard Seven Seas Navigator.
Seven Seas Navigator will also be sailing Regent’s 19 night 2025 voyage between Cape Town and Doha, marking the cruise line’s first voyage to the Qatari capital. In 2026, Seven Seas Navigator will also sail a 19 night grand voyage from Doha to Athens.
From Cape Town, Seven Seas Voyager will also be offering a 16-night cruise to Port Louis on January 27th, 2026, with the return voyage departing Port Louis for Cape Town on February 12th.
“Our 2025-2026 Voyage Collection provides our guests with an unrivaled experience, exploring the world around us with immersive itineraries that span a range of much-loved to more unique destinations,” said Andrea DeMarco, President, Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
“We pride ourselves on the unparalleled experience a Regent sailing offers,” he added. “Our guests cruise the seas in sumptuous comfort – enjoying exquisite all-suite accommodation, exceptional personalized service, and extraordinary cuisine in our specialty onboard restaurants – before disembarking to explore a wonderful selection of ports, both new and familiar, with unlimited free shore excursions. Our voyages are the most luxurious way to explore the world.”
Regent’s ships will sail a total of 164 new itineraries across the globe, from Alaska, the Caribbean and the Mediterranean to Northern Europe, Australia, New Zealand and beyond. In addition to the new ports of call in Arabia and Africa, there are a further 29 maiden ports of call included in the wider collection.
The 2025-2026 Voyage Collection features sailings ranging from seven nights to the epic 154-night 2026 World Cruise, as well as five Grand Voyages that will speak to modern day adventurers and explorers.
Further highlights of the Collection include five new ports in Madagascar, two 14-night roundtrip sailings in Alaska for Seven Seas Explorer, a North America season for Seven Seas Splendor, and two transits through the Panama Canal on Regent’s newest ship, Seven Seas Grandeur, which will also enjoy her maiden season in Northern Europe.