The line will also add 35 ports to its itineraries.

By John Scarpinato
April 13, 2016
Credit: Courtesy of Regent Seven Sea Cruises

Beginning next spring, Regent Seven Seas Cruises will start including intercontinental business class air transportation from 26 U.S. and Canadian cities on itineraries sailing from Europe, Asia, and South America. The change is perfect for guests looking for an all-inclusive booking experience. Those hoping to use their own specific airline loyalty program are free to opt out of the inclusion and make flight arrangements on their own. Check out the gateway cities below:


Additionally, the luxury line has announced an exciting itinerary lineup for the 2017–2018 season. We’re most excited about a summertime excursion through Canada’s Northwest Passage aboard the Seven Seas Navigator. The 30-night trip will pass through islands, fjords and passageways in Alaska, Canada, and Greenland before arriving in Montreal. More information regarding Regent’s 2017-2018 season, this way.