Regent Seven Seas Cruises has relaunched Seven Seas Navigator’s early 2022 Caribbean Season to provide travelers with more choice and diversity of luxury vacations in the popular Southern Caribbean. Ranging from 7- to 30 nights in length and sailing between January and April 2022, there will be 12 voyages in the season overall, 7 of which will be brand new. The redesigned season means that there are now 9 itineraries that sail to or from Bridgetown, Barbados with 6 being round-trip journeys.
The Seven Seas Navigator’s South Caribbean season begins January 6, 2022, with the first new sailing embarking Cartagena, Colombia on January 25, 2022. New itinerary highlights include the scenic pitons in St Lucia; the white sand beaches of St Kitts & Nevis; and the stunning islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao. Eastern Caribbean gems also feature the islands of St. Barts, Antigua, Martinique and Trinidad and Tobago, to name but a few. Guests who are looking for longer excursions can combine sailings for a 30-night voyage that allows for complete Caribbean exploration.
As part of Regent’s wider 2021-2022 Caribbean Season, Seven Seas Splendor visits Southern, Eastern and Western Caribbean destinations in multiple sailings from December 2021 to March 2022; Seven Seas Mariner cruises a 24-night sojourn combining the Southern Caribbean and South America in November 2021 and a 10-night Eastern Caribbean voyage in December 2021; and Seven Seas Voyager sails a 10-night Eastern Caribbean itinerary in March 2022.
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