Grand move for RSSC

September 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);Sep2009 Cruise Supplement, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on offering of the four Grand Voyages by Regent Seven Seas Cruises UK Ltd. in its 2010 brochure. The offer includes a 119-night World Cruise, a 65-night voyage around South America and a 75-night voyage to Fort Lauderdale on Seven Seas Mariner. It notes that Regent has been offering unlimited free shore excursions and expanding its butler service including passengers in category C. Details regarding the Celebrity Cruises Ltd. and Cunard Line Ltd.'s offers are also included.


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