Regent Seven Seas Cruises is shelling out deals with three upcoming cruises that haven’t sold out yet, and you’re going to want in on this.
The Miami-based luxury cruise line has launched Double the Joy, an intriguing short-term promotion offering travelers and cruise enthusiasts an impressive $1,000 credit per cabin for booking one of their three voyages at sea.
Seven Seas Society loyalty program’s higher tier members will get double savings when booking one of the sailings. Diamond-tier and Commodore-tier members of the Seven Seas Society are generally eligible for discounts of 5% and 10%, accordingly. Anyone who books will also earn double points toward Seven Seas Society status.
The line will also give sailers free Briggs & Riley carry-on luggage valued at $700 per cabin when booking one of the sailings.
Travelers can book the Double the Joy offer for the following three sailings by January 6:
Caribbean Coast and Ancient Ruins: 7-night cruise departs from Miami on March 6 and travels to Honduras, Belize, and Cozumel, Mexico. Fares start at $5,099 per person before any Seven Seas Society savings.
Casa Rosada to Sugarloaf: 10-night cruise departs from Buenos Aires, Argentina March 5 and travels to Montevideo, Uruguay, Brazil’s Rio Grande, and more with an overnight stay in Rio de Janeiro. Fares start at $12,899 per person before any Seven Seas Society savings.
Bermudian Traditions and Celebrations: 14-night cruise departs from Miami on April 5sailing to Barcelona, with visits to Bermuda, the Azores, Portugal, and Cadiz, Spain. Up to 30 excursions are included in this itinerary. Fares start at $8,699 before any Seven Seas Society savings.
This is Regent’s second major last-minute promotion in recent weeks to promote last-minute bookings and invite travelers to satisfy their sense of wanderlust.