The Regent Seven Seas cruise ship from Miami, Florida, USA, sold packages for a five-month luxury cruise within three hours, setting a record for the company.
The boat will depart Miami Harbor on January 6, 2024, according to CBS. In 132 nights it will be at sea, with seven sea mariners passing through 66 ports on 31 countries and four continents.
The attraction will provide 442 free beach excursions and access to 61 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and 12 overnight stays at the ports and intersections of the Panama Canal and the Suez Canal. In the list of tours, there are 18 more, which are charged separately as they are outside the original itinerary.
Travel fees start at R $ 374,000 per guest for a deluxe balcony suite and go up to $ 1 million per guest for a master suite.
The Seven Seas Mariner trails along Central America, the west coast of the United States and Hawaii, the South Pacific Islands (including French Polynesia), Australia and New Zealand, Asia, India, the Middle East (including Dubai), the Mediterranean (stops at France, Italy and Spain), Egypt , Mexico, Colombia and Bermuda.
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