GREAT BARRIER REEF CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA featured new port of call ESMERALDAS THE JEWEL OF ECUADOR Among the enticing destinations Seven Seas Mariner® will bring you to Esmeraldas, a new, never-before port of call for Regent Seven Seas Cruises®. Named Esmeraldas by the Spanish explorers who found the local natives bedecked with emeralds, this area of Ecuador is beautiful and lush. Rainforests, tropical vegetation and mangrove forests, together with rivers and dense foliage make this province green in color and in conservation efforts. The only inhabitants for centuries were of the Tumaco/La Tolita culture that spread over the modern borders of Colombia and northern Ecuador. Its wild and remote inland areas, accessible only by canoe, make Esmeraldas the ideal staging ground for an epic river safari. 2021 WORLD CRUISE Navigate the World On 5 de enero de 2021, Seven Seas Mariner® embarks on an epic 117-night World Cruise across South America, French Polynesia, Australia, Asia, and the Mediterranean. Explore 61 unique ports in 30 countries and have the opportunity to explore 56 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. SEVEN SEAS MARINER® | 53 SEE PAGES 78-81 FEATURED UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE: Great Barrier Reef Experience an unforgettable adventure visiting the world's richest marine habitat. Home to 400 types of coral, 1,500 species of fish and 4,000 types of mollusk, it holds great scientific interest as the habitat of species such as the dugong and the large green turtle, which are threatened with extinction. COMBINE & SAVE The Journey to Machu Picchu Sail from the Hollywood Hills to the peaks of Machu Picchu. Combine voyages to continue around the Horn and dance a tango in Buenos Aires. Depart 29 de octubre de 2020 and enjoy 37 nights of bliss. Visit RSSC.com/Specials for additional details.