Official Seven Seas Cruises today reported that its 2022 World Cruise, Elements of the Pacific, pulled in record bookings on the day reservations opened on July 10, as indicated by a public statement.
Launch-Day bookings for this 120-night Asia-Pacific voyage broke the organisation’s past world cruise opening day record by 39 percent, and interest has stayed at record levels during the underlying three-week launch period, Regent said.
Setting out in January 2022 roundtrip from San Francisco, the voyage circumnavigates the Pacific Rim on board the Seven Seas Mariner. It sails to 17 nations and 59 ports of call with 18 nightly stays, while giving access to 43 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and almost 300 included shore journeys.
“Regent strives to continually expand our immersive itineraries and offer exceptional experiences for our guests,” said Jason Montague, president and CEO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “Elements of the Pacific is our first extended voyage dedicated to exploring Asia-Pacific in-depth since 2009. The stellar response to this voyage shows not only increasing popularity of extended voyages and growing consumer interest in Asia-Pacific culture and history, but also the overwhelming desire for authentic and unique experiences in luxury travel.”