Regent Seven Seas Is Adding New Caribbean Ports

regent seven seas caribbeanTerre de Haut, Guadeloupe will be one of Regent's newest stops in the Caribbean.

By the Caribbean Journal staff

Ultra-luxe boutique cruise line Regent Seven Seas is expanding its network of ports in the Caribbean region, the company said this week.

Regent Seven Seas will be adding three new ports in the Caribbean for the upcoming 2021-2022 season, including Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic; Terre de Haut in the Guadeloupe archipelago; and Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic.

It’s part of a wider expansion for Regent for the 2021 cruise season that includes a record number of overnight stays.

regent seven seas new ship

Regent Seven Seas’ newest ship.

The latter will include a number of overnight stops for the all-suite cruise line in the Caribbean, including Bridgetown, Barbados and Port Antonio, Jamaica.

“These voyages represent the most stunning and ambitious collection in our company’s history. We are sailing to even more legendary and lesser-known destinations highlighted by included immersive land experiences in every port,” said Jason Montague, president and chief executive officer of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “Whether searching for an exciting adventure, a new way to unwind or for something entirely different, we invite luxury travelers to find it with Regent and discover their next unrivaled experience, with the highest levels of elegance, comfort and hospitality on board.”

Regent has a fleet of four ships: Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Navigator and Seven Seas Voyager in its global fleet.

— CJ