The famed “Ring of Fire” that circles the mighty Pacific Ocean is one of nature’s most powerful elements. Indeed, over millennia its volcanic forces have shaped continents and given birth to thousands of islands. Today these places are teaming with natural wonders and cultural adventures.
Luxury cruisers can now embark on a fascinating and rare 120-night Asia-Pacific circumnavigation on Seven Seas Mariner around the “Ring of Fire”.
Departing San Francisco, the round-trip “Elements of the Pacific” voyage will visit 59 ports in 17 countries with 18 overnight stays. In fact this remarkable sailing will take guests to dozens of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, from the wet tropics of northern Australia to the Volcanoes of Kamchatka, Russia.
Indeed, guests on this elemental voyage of discovery will swim the inviting waters of the South Pacific, savour the fiery flavours of Southeast Asia and stand in awe of Alaska’s majestic glaciers.
Among the many overnight stays on the 28,000 nautical-mile voyage will be nights in Honolulu, Sydney, Bali, Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo. In fact, on average there will be an overnight stay every 6 days.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises also have a number of spectacular shoreside experiences planned for the “Elements of the Pacific” voyage. Highlights are sure to include the gala send off at the Fairmont San Francisco as well as a candlelit dinner at Ha Long Bay – one of the most stunning sights in Southeast Asia. There are also a number of 2-night shore-side programs including a visit to the Great Wall & Terracotta Warriors in China and a journey inside the temple of Angkor Wat, Vietnam.
Jason Montague, president and chief executive officer of Regent Seven Seas Cruises is understandably upbeat about the voyage. “There is no better way to traverse this wondrous part of our world than in the company of like-minded friends in the care of the best staff and crew on the ocean.”
The Pacific circumnavigation on Seven Seas Mariner sails on 5 January 2022. It’s sure to be one of the most sought-after grand voyages of the year.
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