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Regent Seven Seas Cruises' All-Inclusive Voyages Reveal the Rich Beauty and Diverse Culture of South America
Regent Seven Seas Cruises' All-Inclusive Voyages Reveal the Rich Beauty and Diverse Culture of South America

Miami, June 20, 2012 – Regent Seven Seas Cruises brings its hallmark all-inclusive luxury voyages to South America this winter where guests can sail along the mighty Amazon, cruise around Cape Horn, explore the Panama Canal and visit the largest Magellanic Penguin colony in the world. Each voyage offers Regent Seven Seas' incomparable value of two-for-one fares, free round-trip air, unlimited complimentary shore excursions, a pre-cruise luxury hotel package and bonus savings.

“From vast rainforests to long mountain ranges, South America's ever-changing landscape will awe and inspire even the most seasoned traveler,” said Mark Conroy, the line's president. “Whether choosing our 72-night voyage that circumvents the continent or shorter sailings that focus on specific regions, guests will appreciate the unparalleled service, spacious accommodations and all-inclusive value delivered by Regent Seven Seas.”

Circle South America

The all-balcony, all-suite Seven Seas Mariner explores many of the continent's most popular ports-of-call with the Circle South America 72-night voyage, roundtrip from Miami departing January 7, 2013. Exclusive amenities include free First Class round-trip air, special pre-cruise overnight and gala dinner in Miami, exclusive shoreside events, free private transfers to and from the port of Miami, free roundtrip luggage delivery service, internet access, visas and bonus savings of up to $27,000 per suite when booked by June 30, 2012.

Four shorter South America voyages ranging from 12- to 24-nights focus on the Panama Canal, Chilean fjords, Brazil, Argentina and the Amazon include:


  • Peruvian Promenade, departing January 7, is a 14-night voyage from Miami to Lima, with visits in Curacao, Aruba, an overnight stay in Cartagena, Columbia before transiting the famed Panama Canal en route to Ecuador, and includes as many as 39 complimentary shore excursions. Three-day post cruise land programs to Machu Picchu are also available;

  • Chilean Fjord Rhapsody begins its voyage in Lima on January 21 with visits to magnificent Laguna San Rafael, Chile; Punta Arenas, Chile and Ushuaia, Argentina, two of the most southern cities in the world. The journey continues around Cape Horn before heading to the Falkland Islands; Puerto Madryn in Argentina, home of the largest Magellanic Penguins colony in the world; before reaching the old world charm of Montevideo, Uruguay, and ending with an overnight stay in Buenos Aires. Guests will enjoy a choice of up to 43 free shore excursions on this 24-night sailing;

  • Sophisticated South America departs from Buenos Aires on February 14 for a 12-night journey ending with an overnight in Rio de Janeiro. As many as 20 complimentary shore excursions provide exploration in ports such as Montevideo and Punta Del Este in Uruguay; and Rio Grande, Porto Belo, and Santos in Brazil;

  • Spirit of Brazil departs from Rio de Janeiro on February 26 for a seven-night journey along the Amazon River with an overnight stay in the astonishing city of Manaus, Brazil, which has been carved out of jungle. Exotic ports-of-call including eight different stops in Brazil, French Guiana, Barbados, St. Barts and Puerto Rico are explored with up to 43 complimentary shore excursions.

Travelers visit these exotic South American locales aboard the all-balcony, all-suite Seven Seas Mariner. The suites on the award-winning, 700-guest ship are among the most spacious and luxurious at sea ranging in size from 301 to 2,002 square feet.

The line's all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Mariner also cruises the Amazon this winter with a 22-night The Ultimate Amazon sailing from Rio de Janeiro to Miami departing December 16. Offering up to 43 free shore excursions, guests will have ample opportunity to explore eight different ports in Brazil, French Guiana, Barbados, St. Barts and Puerto Rico. Guests who book by June 30, 2012 can receive additional bonus savings up to $10,000 per suite.

Journey through the Amazon

The intimate 490 guest, all-suite Seven Seas Navigator, which received a multi-million dollar refurbishment in May 2012, sets sails for the Amazon on November 25, 2012, roundtrip from Miami. The 23-night Amazon Adventure voyage visits twelve exotic ports including St. Barts, Trinidad & Tobago, Saint Lucia, French Guiana, Barbados, Antigua, Puerto Rico and four calls along the Amazon River in Brazil. With as many as 50 complimentary excursions offered on this sailing, guests can explore the jungles of Manaus in Brazil, snorkel in St. Barts, or be emerged in the island culture of Tobago, among many others. Bonus savings up to $5,000 per suite are available when booked by June 30, 2012.

To receive a brochure or for more information on Regent Seven Seas Cruises, see a professional travel agent, visit www.RSSC.com or call toll-free 800-285-1835.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Regent Seven Seas Cruises is the world's most inclusive luxury cruise line. Fares include all-suite accommodations, round-trip air, highly personalized service, acclaimed cuisine, fine wines and spirits, sightseeing excursions in every port, a pre-cruise luxury hotel package and gratuities. Three award-winning, all-suite vessels, Seven Seas Navigator, Seven Seas Mariner , and Seven Seas Voyager, are among the most spacious at sea and visit more than 300 destinations around the globe.

About Prestige Cruise Holdings
Prestige Cruise Holdings (PCH) is the parent company of Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises. PCH manages select assets in Apollo Management's cruise investment portfolio and is led by Chairman & CEO Frank J. Del Rio and President & COO Kunal S. Kamlani. PCH is the market leader in the upper-premium and luxury segments of the cruise industry with over 6,400 berths between the Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands.

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