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AUSSIE FIRST: Regent Seven Seas partners with Cruiseco on new luxe offering

Regent Seven Seas has partnered up with Cruiseco to create a curated range of luxury, all-inclusive cruises coupled with exclusive experiences.

Available exclusively through Cruiseco, the Concierge Collection itineraries incorporate sought-after destinations ranging from Alaska and the Canadian Rockies to South America, the Mediterranean, Africa and South-East Asia.

Bucket-list experiences include Machu Picchu, the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, opera in Italy’s Arena di Verona, an African game drive, dining at the members-only China Club in Singapore and riding the Eastern & Oriental Express, just to name a few.

“We have worked closely with Cruiseco to hand-pick the ultimate assembly of some of the world’s most iconic, immersive experiences, matching them with stunning cruise itineraries – as well as return flights, airport transfers, romantic train journeys and pre-and post-cruise stays – to enable our guests to enjoy a seamless, all-inclusive stress-free holiday,” said Lisa Pile, regional vice president and general manager, at Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

“Our agents deliver an authentic, personalised luxury travel experience from the original planning conversation through to the day you return home, with packages including everything from return airfares, pre- or post-cruise hotel stays, the cruise voyage, train journeys and more – demonstrating our commitment to the all-inclusive luxury for which Regent Seven Seas Cruises is renowned,” added Nic Cola, CEO at Cruiseco.

“Cruiseco and Regent’s shared commitment to excellence ensures that this concept will be executed with quality, with experienced luxury cruise travellers about to enjoy these unique experiences.”

You can check out the 2019 Concierge Collection brochure here.

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