Cruise holidays have been popular for many years. They have always had a sense of luxury about them, and many people still see them as incredibly expensive and designed only for the wealthy and famous. As a result, people miss out on the opportunity to have fantastic voyages around the globe. One company aims to change that by offering fantastic cruise opportunities at affordable prices. This means everybody is finally able to enjoy the holiday of a lifetime, and truly expand their own horizons as well. One of their most acclaimed trips is the Rio de Janeiro to Barcelona cruise.
Rio de Janeiro to Barcelona with Regent Cruises
With this amazing Regent Cruises trip, you will start in the fantastic city of Rio de Janeiro. From there, you will make your way to Salvador de Bahia and onwards to Maceio. Your final stop in Brazil is Recife, after which you will start your journey across the Atlantic Ocean. Your first stop after that crossing will be Porto Grande, where you will have ample opportunity to shed your sea legs for a while. You will then go on to Lanzarote, before heading to Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Sangier. From there on, you will cross over to Europe, spending some time in Malaga, before finally going on to Barcelona.
The trip also includes as many as 36 free shore excursions. These have been designed to allow you to really experience the different ports at which you will call.
The Seven Seas Mariner
During your trip, you will travel aboard the Seven Seas Mariner, which is an internationally acclaimed ship. It was the first ship of its kind, as all rooms were en-suite and had a balcony. In 2002, Ocean and Cruise News awarded it the prestigious “Ship of the Year” Award. The ship really is a ship of firsts, as it was the first in the world to offer Le Cordon Bleu of Paris in their restaurants, which is a world-famous dining experience.
One of the greatest things about your experience on this ship, however, is that you will feel so cared for. Each member of staff looks after no more than 1.6 passengers at full capacity. This means that you basically have a member of staff looking after you personally at any moment. Not just that, the commitment of the staff is to happiness and joy. It is for this reason that they ship made global headlines in 2009, when the rescued a sailor from a crippled sailing yacht, who was trying to sail solo around the world. This was just west of the island of New Zealand.
Clearly, you will be in very capable hands during your voyage. All your needs will be catered for and you will have any questions you may have answered, be that about the ship or about the various destinations. Once on land, you will be supported by further experts who have all the necessary knowledge about where you are, what you could do and where you could go.