Going top cabin all the way on RSSC
By Patti Pietschmann Travel Diva
First Regent Seven Seas announced it was providing First Class air for 2020 Alaska cruises. And now the super luxury line is offering the same bonus for eight Caribbean cruises between to May 2020. This is a wise choice considering that RSSC passengers are very discerning customers who like their comfort.
“Island hopping in the Caribbean aboard Regent Seven Seas Cruises gets even better when you arrive in the comfort of first-class air,” says Randall Soy, executive vice president of Sales and Marketing for Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Well, I couldn’t agree more.
A limited time offer
If you’re thinking about an RSSC Caribbean cruise here are the ones offering first class air to and from Miami:
- December 7, 2019 – 10 Nights – Seven Seas Explorer
- January 18, 2020 – 14 Nights – Seven Seas Explorer
- 10 Nights – Seven Seas Explorer on March2
- March 12, 2020 12 Nights on Seven Seas Explorer
- 10 Nights –Seven Seas Explorer on March 24
Did you pick one? A Pavlus Travel specialist is ready to set you up with the best fare and get your rolling. If for some reason you elect to fly economy Regent will give you a $900 credit.
Good reasons for sailing with Regent
RSSC maintains an impressive repeat passenger. For those of you new to the line one of the reasons for its popularity is the all-inclusive fare. Other selling points are the fine food, service and crew.
While some luxury lines dole out free drinks and include tips and WiFi, Regent gives you that plus shore excursions and other choice amenities.
Meet the fleet
Four sleek little all-suite ships sail in under the aegis of RSSC. They include the Explorer, Mariner, Navigator and Voyager. A fifth, and most impressive ship, the Splendor arrives in 2020.