Britons travelling with Regent Seven Seas Cruises
this winter can expect to embark on a number of "grand explorations".
From January to May 2009, Regent's two 700-guest sister vessels the Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Mariner will visit more than 110 ports around the world, offering guests the opportunity to explore 50 countries across six continents.
Cruises range from 12 to 24 nights, with destinations including the South Pacific, New Zealand and Australia, Cruise Talk Central reports.
Mark Conroy, president of Regent Seven Seas Cruises
, said the company had a history of offering passengers the most "exciting" itineraries and added that this winter was no exception.
"We are proud to offer our guests a truly remarkable choice of experiences aboard our six-star fleet as we present the most extensive line-up of winter cruises in our history," he continued.
Those cruising with Regent this winter can also expect to meet a number of celebrities and special guests, with a number of interesting talks and lectures planned.Regent Seven Seas Cruises
currently offer voyages to over 300 ports in total.