Regent Seven Seas cruises are some of the most luxurious you could hope to enjoy, with fantastic service on-board alongside comfortable suites, spacious public areas and more. But for me, the key reason for booking one of these incredible voyages is the excursions.
You see, unlike with any of the other major ocean cruise lines, all of the Regent Seven Seas cruises have your excursions (or at least, some of them) included in your fare. So you don’t need to pay any extra.
Now when I say it’s only some of them, I don’t mean you get one free excursion in some of the ports you’ll visit. This isn’t some cop-out. The majority of excursions in every single port you’ll visit are all included, with just a handful of extra-special or personalised tours requiring a small additional cost.
This is beneficial for a number of reasons. You don’t need to plan ahead and think about your budget for excursions since they’re already paid for. As such, you can plan your holiday more on a whim – once you’re on-board you could decide that you do want to see a certain port, and you could book it, but you don’t need to do it in advance and then potentially change your mind.
It’s convenient and helpful and it goes some way towards making your holiday all the more smooth, and that’s all we want really isn’t it? It’s for this reason that I personally rate Regent Seven Seas Cruises to be one of the top luxury cruise lines, alongside the stunning food you can enjoy on-board.
Cruises for 2014 and beyond are already booking up fast, and come January we’re expecting a very busy period, so if you want to know more about Regent Seven Seas Cruises and potentially book yourself a majestic holiday, head over to the Six Star Cruises website or give our Cruise Concierge a call. You don’t want to miss out.
By Ian Lewis