SINGAPORE, 14 February 2019: Following a bow-to-stern upgrade, completed late last year, Seven Seas Mariner will return to Asia for four Asian itineraries.
Through to the end of this April, Seven Seas Mariner will sail itineraries highlighting port of calls such as Bangkok, Tokyo and Shanghai.
The Asian sailings were confirmed by Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings vice president of sales, Felix Chan.
“Our commitment to the Asian market has always been unwavering and in 2019, we bring back our spectacular APAC itineraries.”
A leading luxury cruise line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises prides itself on its all-suite and all balcony accommodation.
Sailing to more than 375 destinations worldwide, the ’boutique’ ships offer a staff-to-guest ratio of 1:1.6.
Seven Seas Mariner’s Asia itineraries include the following destinations: Kochi, Kagoshima, Kota Kinabalu and Brunei.
18-nights Way of the Emperors Voyage from Shanghai to Tokyo, will depart on 28 March and sells at USD14,469 per person.
16-nights Vibrant Markets & Villages Voyage from Bangkok to Hong Kong, will depart 25 February and sells at USD12,519 per person.
Two-night Peaceful Gardens & Pagodas Voyage from Tokyo to Tokyo, will depart 15 April and sells at USD10,669 per person.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises operates a five-ship fleet that visits more than 450 destinations.