Regent Seven Seas Cruises unveiled eight new curated
enrichment experiences that will be featured on its 2020 voyages.
The luxury line's "Spotlight" cruises will be
focused on culinary and wine enthusiasts, gardening and floral artists,
Broadway fans, genealogy explorers, comedy buffs and PBS devotees.
Photo Credit: This dress of flowers was created by floral artist Joseph Massie, who will sail on aboard the Seven Seas Voyager.
For example, a 14-night Lisbon to London cruise on the Seven
Seas Explorer next May will sail under the theme "Commemorating the World
Wars, and will have onboard producers of the four major PBS series on the
histories of the Great War, World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War.
"Spotlight on Floristry & Garden," sailing 10
nights in July from Monte Carlo to Barcelona, will feature floral expert and
artist Joseph Massie, along with tours of centuries-old botanical gardens on shore
"From history and performing arts to gardening and the
culinary arts, we invite luxury travelers to explore their passions with these
classes, lectures and other unique engagements," said Jason Montague,
president and chief executive of Regent Seven Seas.
A cruise next July from Venice to Monte Carlo will draw in
several senior officers of the Seven Seas Voyager.
AncestryProGenealogists will provide guests with the
opportunity to retrace their roots on a journey to Southern Italy.
The voyage visits hometown ports along the southern coast of
Italy -- Corato, Lecce and Crotone -- where many Italian merchant officers
train. Passengers can learn about the destinations' history and hear personal
stories from the senior officers of Seven Seas Voyager: Captain Felice Patruno,
Staff Captain Luciano Montesanto and First Navigation Officer Amadis Saraceno.