Regent Seven Seas Cruises has unveiled its longest World Cruise to date on board the Seven Seas Mariner sailing January 10, 2026.
Titled The Sense of Adventure, the new World Cruise is a round trip journey embarking from Miami, Florida where guests will cruise three oceans over 154 nights, discovering destinations in the Americas, South Pacific, Australia and New Zealand, Asia, Africa, and Europe. Guests will explore 77 ports of call in 41 countries across six continents, with the addition of three new ports of call – Lifou Island, and Maré of the Loyalty Islands in the New Caledonia archipelago, and the wild and rugged Waingapu (Sumba), Indonesia.
Regent has curated 431 shore excursions and 16 in-port overnight stays for extended exploration in Bora Bora, French Polynesia; Darwin, Australia; and Walvis Bay, Namibia. The itinerary also provides access to 47 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Monastery of Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve from Praslin, Seychelles; Robben Island from Cape Town, South Africa; and the Great Barrier Reef from Cairns, Australia.
Guests will kick-off their round-the-world adventure with a one-night pre-cruise stay in a luxury hotel in vibrant Miami, Florida, and an exclusive pre-cruise gala event before boarding Seven Seas Mariner, the world’s first all-suite, all balcony luxury cruise ship featuring four fine-dining restaurants.
Fares for the 154-night voyage start from US$94,999 per guest for a Deluxe Veranda Suite and US$266,499 per guest for the Master Suite. It includes three exclusive shoreside events, US$600 SBC per person, unlimited valet laundry (dry cleaning and pressing), phone time per suite, a commemorative gift, unlimited Wi-Fi, onboard medical services and more.
The 2026 World Cruise opens for reservations on March 23.
For more information, visit Regent Seven Seas Cruises.