Regent Expands Cruise & Rail Program Beyond Rockies

Regent's Seven Seas Mariner.
Regent’s Seven Seas Mariner.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has re-joined forces with Rocky Mountaineer and newly partnered with Belmond Trains on an expanded cruise and rail program for 2022. The combined journeys will be offered in the Canadian Rockies, the Swiss Alps, the Italian Dolomites and the Andes.

The program, called the Concierge Collection, features four packages with Rocky Mountaineer that are combined with a cruise on the line’s Seven Seas Mariner ship on the West Coast to Alaska.

Departing San Francisco on 05MAY, 2022, passengers will travel to Vancouver on an 18-day itinerary with Rocky Mountaineer. The other departure dates are 10JUN to Seward, Alaska; 08JUL to Seward, Alaska; and 16SEP to Los Angeles.

Seven Seas Voyager will operate the cruise leg of the European itineraries departing from Venice to either Barcelona on 23MAY, 2022; or Monte Carlo on 09OCT, 2022.

The Hiram Bingham, a Belmond Train, and Seven Seas Mariner will take passengers from Los Angeles to Machu Picchu on a combined cruise/ rail journey. Passengers will spend 16 of the 19 days on the 700-passenger ship sailing to Lima, before boarding the train, which will carry them to Machu Picchu in Peru.

Other itineraries will be offered in partnership with Belmond ultra-luxury trains in Europe.

“Regent Seven Seas Cruises is delighted to offer guests these enriching and luxurious experiences to truly immerse themselves in some of the world’s greatest destinations, all while enjoying the unrivalled Regent experience with every luxury included,” said Graham Sadler, the cruise line’s senior vice president and managing director, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Anna Kroupina


Anna's day starts at 5:30 a.m. each morning to scour daily travel news headlines to find the most relevant stories for Canadian travel advisors. She contributes to writing the daily news and covers events. The Alberta Rockies, Hawaii and France's Provence region are among her favourite destinations. She's a proud cat mom and a terrible snowboarder.

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