Fort Lauderdale – November 10, 2011 – Regent Seven Seas Cruises makes the wonders Down Under more accessible than ever for travelers with special savings on its Wonders of Australia voyages. The all-inclusive luxury line offers guests 2-for-1 fares, free air and bonus savings of up to $6,000 per suite on selected sailings when booked by Dec. 30, 2011.
Along with opportunities to explore the untamed beauty of Sydney’s Blue Mountains or snorkel the Great Barrier Reef, depending on the voyage, Regent Seven Seas’ Australia sailings offer free three-night land programs or free hotel nights.
“In terms of value, there isn’t a better time to discover the wonders of this magnificent region,“ said Mark Conroy, the line’s president. “Regent Seven Seas Cruises offers our guests the ultimate in luxury cruising from personalized service to lavish suites, and additional perks like free hotel nights and air upgrades truly make all the difference.“
Australia & New Zealand Adventures Include
• The 17-night Coral Reefs and Koalas cruise from Singapore to Sydney, departing Jan. 6, 2012. Special offers include bonus savings of up to $6,000 per suite, a free three-night hotel stay in Sydney, and Business Class air upgrades for $1,499 each way. Popular ports of call include Bali, Darwin and Thursday Island, Australia.
• Sailing from Sydney to Auckland, the 15-night Australia & New Zealand cruise offers bonus savings of up to $4,000 per suite, two free extra hotel nights in Sydney (in addition to the one free night included), and upgrades to Business Class air for $1,999 each way. Departing Jan. 23, 2012, guests can visit Melbourne and Tasmania as well as Timaru, Akaroa, Wellington and Tauranga in New Zealand.
• Departing Feb. 7, 2012, the 15-night Kiwis and Kangaroos cruise from Auckland to Sydney, offers guests an additional bonus savings of up to $4,000 per suite, free two-night hotel stay in Sydney (in addition to the included free overnight hotel stay in Auckland), and upgrades to Business Class air for $1,999 each way. Key ports include Tauranga, Picton, Wellington, Akaroa and Dunedin, New Zealand, as well as Tasmania and Melbourne, Australia.
• Australian Wonders, the 19-night cruise from Sydney to Singapore, departing Feb. 22, 2012, cruises to Brisbane, Townsville, Cairns and Thursday Island in Australia, Papua New Guinea, as well as Bali, Komodo Island and Semarang, Indonesia. Special offers include a free three-night hotel stay in Sydney, bonus savings of up to $4,000 per suite, and upgrades to Business Class air for $1,499 each way.
Travelers cruise the region aboard the 700-guest, all-balcony, all-suite Seven Seas Voyager, which recently emerged from a multi-million dollar refurbishment. Suites range in size from 356 to 1,403 square feet. Cruise fares are the most inclusive in the cruise marketplace and include all gourmet dining venues without any surcharges, fine wines and premium spirits, a selection of shore excursions in all ports, onboard gratuities and air transportation from more than 25 gateway cities.
To receive a brochure or for more information on Regent Seven Seas Cruises, see a professional travel agent, visit RSSC.com or call toll-free 800-285-1835 .
About 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 Mariner, Seven Seas Voyager, and Seven Seas Navigator, are among the most spacious at sea and visit more than 300 destinations around the globe.
About Prestige Cruise Holdings – Prestige Cruise Holdings is the parent company of Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Formed in 2007 to manage select assets in Apollo Management’s cruise investment portfolio, PCH is led by Chairman and CEO Frank Del Rio, the founder of Oceania Cruises. PCH is the market leader in the upper-premium and luxury segments of the cruise industry with nearly 5,200 berths between the Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands, a number the company expects will grow to more than 6,400 berths by 2012.