Regent Seven Seas Will Now Wait Until March To Restart Two Ships.

Omicron forces changes. The Navigator will restart March 9. The Voyager on March 26.

Cruise lines are continuing to "drop back and punt" as Omicron spreads across the globe and destinations either close their ports or tighten the requirements.


Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced that they will delay the restart for two of its ships. The cruise line gave 'travel complications arising from the spread of COVID-19 by the Omicron variant' as the reason for the delay. Seven Seas Navigator is now scheduled to resume March 9, instead of this month at Miami. Seven Seas Voyager is delayed until March 26, instead of resuming in February from Barcelona. Passengers and travel partners have been informed, and Regent will provide a 100% refund for the amounts paid.

The line said that three other ships in the fleet will continue sailing, with Seven Seas Splendor resuming in September, Seven Seas Explorer in October and Seven Seas Mariner in December.

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