ENJOY THE WORLD In 2021, Seven Seas Mariner® embarks on an epic 117-night adventure to 61 unique ports across South America, French Polynesia, Australia, Asia, and the Mediterranean. And with our cornerstone inclusion of FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions, you have endless opportunities to take in the iconic landmarks between Miami and Barcelona, such as Sydney’s famed Opera House and the Singapore Flyer, as well as lesser-traveled places, like the Historical Park of Guayaquil that brings you closer to the rare flora and fauna of the Galapagos, and Goa’s serene Shantadurga Temple, dedicated to the Goddess of Peace. These immersive experiences truly make this voyage a once-in-a-lifetime journey. Lost Empires From Miami, journey south to the most picturesque Caribbean islands before crossing the mighty Panama Canal. A few days into your exploration of South America’s west coast, you will arrive at Salaverry, the gateway to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Chan Chan — a spectacular ancient adobe city built by the predecessors of the ancient Incas. This sacred site is the perfect introduction to Lima’s Machu Picchu, Pisco’s Nazca Lines and Hanga Roa’s moai statues, all of which you can access on your voyage. Untouched Islands There are shades of turquoise between French Polynesia, New Zealand and Australia that are so pure and so breathtaking that words fall short of describing. Anticipate beautiful beaches, pristine islands and majestic marine life, especially at lesser-known places like the Bay of Islands, a small and stunning district of New Zealand’s Northland region. Adventure abounds across the 144 islands that dot the bay, from kayaking under waterfalls to swimming with dolphins. A few days later, you will find yourself at the heart of the Great Barrier Reef exploring the 74 island wonders that comprise Whitsunday. The majority of the Whitsunday Islands are uninhabited national park islands, making it one of the most pristine places in the world. A true paradise, the clear protected waters of the Whitsunday Islands lends itself to some of the best sailing in the southern hemisphere.