Are Luxury Cruises Worth the Money? So Many Think They Are That Luxury Cruise Line Regent Seven Seas Cruises Breaks Records on "Blue Monday"

Last week, "Blue Monday" became a record breaking day for the Reservations team at the most inclusive luxury cruise line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises. The cruise line is firmly establishing itself as the market leader of all-inclusive, ultra-luxury cruising, working closely with its key agents as well as developing relations with smaller agents wishing to sell ultra-luxury cruises.

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We are really delighted to be able to offer such an exceptional holiday to our clients – a wonderful experience on-board a luxury cruise ship, visiting such beautiful destinations and at such a great price.

London (PRWEB UK) 21 January 2013

Last week, "Blue Monday" became a record breaking day for the Reservations team at the most inclusive luxury cruise line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises. The cruise line is firmly establishing itself as the market leader of all-inclusive, ultra-luxury cruising, working closely with its key agents as well as developing relations with smaller agents wishing to sell ultra-luxury cruises.

One such agency is award-winning luxury travel specialist Silver Compass, whose specialist travel consultants have no hesitation in recommending a Regent Seven Seas cruise to any client looking for a dream holiday that also represents great value.

There are two key factors driving the demand for Regent cruises – the exciting destinations included in the itineraries and the all-inclusive fares. The quality and range of the all-inclusive proposition make it possible for guests to cruise without having to charge anything at all to a card and with no need to tip (except perhaps for those who choose to visit the spa or the shops). It is genuinely possible to finish the cruise with a final bill of zero, without having to cut corners on the luxury experience. Fine dining, premium beverages, excursions, flights, transfers and more are all included, with the added luxury of large suites, lots of space around the ship and a high level of personal attention for every guest.

Price comparisons between Regent and a premium cruise line show up the value of the Regent all-inclusive offering very positively, but it’s not just the actual figures that make the difference. The atmosphere on board (and on disembarkation) as altogether different when there is no question of how much and who is paying?

Of the destinations visited by the three Regent ships, the Mediterranean always proves popular. One of these, Monte Carlo, is pretty much synonymous with luxury. Tiny, but packed with fun, Monte Carlo offers a wonderful combination of history, beauty, entertainment and leisure. The wealthiest spot in Monaco, Monte Carlo is an enchanting place, known as the international capital of luxury and for its celebrity-sightings, casinos and nightlife. Yet the old world shines through in its art and architecture. Palaces, cathedrals and museums dot this small municipality in an old town full of rich history. What could be better than combining the two with a luxury cruise to Monte Carlo?

Twenty three of Regent’s 2013 itineraries depart, end or call in at Monte Carlo, some staying in port overnight, others from breakfast time until late evening, allowing guests to enjoy what Monte Carlo has to offer in the evening as well as during the day. With the addition this year of a 1-night pre-cruise stay in a luxury hotel for every cruise this is a fantastic opportunity to explore Monaco and the surroundings in style. On four of the itineraries featuring Monte Carlo, Regent has further enhanced the all-inclusive package by adding in free internet access for the entire cruise (for bookings placed by 31st March).

Specialist travel agency Silver Compass are offering a very small number of suites which are not currently available direct from Regent, on the 7-night sailing leaving Rome on June 11th for Monte Carlo, with the added bonus of $150 per suite onboard credit. The all-inclusive fare for a Deluxe Suite on this sailing is available from £2299pp.

Kit Williams, cruise expert for Silver Compass, said: “We are really delighted to be able to offer such an exceptional holiday to our clients – a wonderful experience on-board a luxury cruise ship, visiting such beautiful destinations and at such a great price. The Regent Seven Seas all-inclusive proposition really is exceptional value.”

Examples of other Regent cruises visiting Monte Carlo:

  • Istanbul to Barcelona: 24th April - 1 night hotel plus 10 nights cruise, from £3919 (Concierge Suite D; Free internet included)
  • Rome to Barcelona: 15th May - 1 night hotel plus 7 nights cruise, from £2583 (Concierge Suite D)
  • Rome to Venice: 29th August - 1 night hotel plus 10 nights cruise, from £4339 (Deluxe Suite H; Free internet included)
  • Monte Carlo to Athens: 17th September - 1 night hotel plus 7 nights cruise, from £2311 (Deluxe Suite G)

To make a Regent booking with Silver Compass or for further information, call our luxury travel consultants on 0208 305 0350 or email info(at)silvercompass.co.uk.

About Silver Compass:
Silver Compass is an award-winning tailor-made travel agency based in London and Wiltshire with a passion for exceptional service. Members of the Association of Cruise Experts, their cruise specialists look after every detail and thrive on matching the right cruise line to the customer.


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