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Regent Seven Seas has unveiled a 4-month world cruise that will stop at 61 World Heritage Sites. Tickets start at $73,500, and $200,000 gets you a suite with a personal butler

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a large ship in a body of water: The Seven Seas Mariner ship has eight decks and will set sail from Miami on January 6, 2024. Courtesy of Regent Seven Seas © Provided by Business Insider The Seven Seas Mariner ship has eight decks and will set sail from Miami on January 6, 2024. Courtesy of Regent Seven Seas
  • Regent Seven Seas has unveiled plans for its 132-day 2024 world cruise, per Fox Business.
  • The Seven Seas Mariner ship will visit 31 countries and 61 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  • It costs $200,000 per guest for a Master Suite - which comes with a personal butler.
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Regent Seven Seas has unveiled plans for its luxury 2024 world cruise, with tickets starting at $73,500, Fox Business reported.

The cruise is scheduled to visit 61 World Heritage Sites during its 132 days at sea, per the report.

The cheapest tickets for the cruise, called "Moments In Time," cost $73,500 for a Deluxe Veranda Suite - rising to $200,000 per guest for Master Suites with personal butler service, Fox Business reported.

The 709-foot Seven Seas Mariner ship will have 445 crew members on board for 700 guests, Fox reported.

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The ship is scheduled to set sail from Miami on January 6, 2024.


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It will travel 34,500 nautical miles and visit 66 ports in 31 countries.

On its way the ship will stop off at 61 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Churches and Convents of Goa in India, the Archaeological Heritage of the Lenggong Valley in Malaysia, the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia, and the Tongariro National Park in New Zealand, Fox Business reported.

It is due to sail through the Panama and Suez Canals, and to include 442 free shore excursions and 12 overnight stays in ports of call.

Bookings start on July 14, Regent said.

Americans are raring to get back on the water as the cruise industry gradually reopens after being largely grounded since March 2020.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, Regents' parent company, announced in April that it would require the COVID-19 vaccine for its guests and crew members. It even threatened to avoid all Florida stops after the state banned businesses from asking for proof of vaccination.

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