Passengers are being offering the chance to ‘pick and mix’ cruises in a new initiative from Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
The all-inclusive luxury line has published a ‘Build Your Own Cruise’ brochure detailing combinable cruises on board Seven Seas Voyager in Asia, Australia and Europe.
Three options are available ranging from 18 individual segments of seven to 21 nights in duration to voyages of more than 90 nights embarking in either Auckland, Sydney, Singapore or Dubai and disembarking in either Rome, Barcelona, Southampton, Reykjavik, Copenhagen or Stockholm.
Combination cruises from 50-71 nights between November 2011 and March 2012 are also available. A range of added benefits apply on the longer cruises including business class flights and free internet access on board.
The line is also making segments of a 72-night South America circumnavigation on Seven Seas Mariner available. Those opting for the full voyage are being offered private transfers, free internet access, complimentary phone usage and $600 per person onboard credit.
RSSC managing director Europe Graham Sadler said: “We know our guests prefer to sail longer voyages with Regent, so our collection of shorter segment cruises provide a port intensive version of a world cruise without the sea days at either end, enabling guests to decide their own itinerary, how long they want to be away and how far they want to travel.
“The cruises also start early in the winter, meaning guests can get away a bit earlier than a traditional world cruise and not come back until July.
“With each cruise acting as a building block, guests can pick and mix their itinerary and duration to create their own personalised adventure.”
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