The Seven Seas Explorer, which is celebrating its inaugural season in Alaska, is honored to be a part of the new Epicurean Explorer tours, according to a press release from Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
Several Epicurean Explorer Tours and three new Culinary Arts Kitchen classes will focus on Pacific Northwest cuisine as part of the Epicurean Perfection program. As part of the tours, guests will be given an opportunity to see a sustainable oyster and kelp farm, a catamaran ride through a fjord, a wild salmon hatchery, and a variety of local delicacies, such as seafood, as well as visit a sustainable oyster and kelp farm.
A new series of cooking classes will be offered on board this summer to allow members to experience the cruise from Vancouver BC and Seattle. In addition, we have created a new class specifically for 6-16-year-olds within the Culinary Arts Kitchen, under the direction of Chef Kathryn Kelly.
In addition, families have the opportunity to take advantage of Regent’s current offer, Kids (2-17 years) Sail Free, valid on six specific cruises in Alaska by May 31, 2023, which is valid on six different cruises. In addition, Luxury in Alaska offers discounts of up to 20 percent on 12 selected sailings if they are booked by April 29, 2023.
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