Honolulu is both the capital and most populated city of Hawaai. In the Hawaiian language, honolulu means "sheltered bay" or "place of shelter." The city was settled by Polynesian migrants, but it is not known when they first made the area their home. The turbulent late 19th century and early 20th century saw the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy, Hawaii's subsequent annexation by the United States, and the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, all keeping Honolulu the main seaport of the Hawaiian Islands.
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The only official state residence of royalty in the United States, Iolani Palace was the formal residence of the Hawaiian Kingdom's last two monarchs: King Kalakaua, who built the Palace in 1882, and his sister and successor, Queen Lili'uokalani. During the monarchy period, the Palace was the center of social and political activity in the Kingdom of Hawaii. Upon arrival at this historical structure, receive a warm greeting by the Keiki Halau, a Hawaiian children’s hula dance group. Feel free to tour the Palace before savoring delicious Hawaiian delicacies and cocktails. Then enjoy a unique presentation celebrating 50 years of Hawaiian Fashion History showcasing ancient attire, replicas of monarch gowns as well as modern fashions.
This unique journey of discovery allows you to encounter the abundant gifts of nature and tumultuous volcanic past that have shaped the Oahu of today.
Starting off from the pier, you will first traverse the busy city of Honolulu, en route to the crater at Diamond Head. Upon arrival, you will hear captivating stories about the origins and history of this world-famous landmark, all while standing within its extinct volcanic crater.
From Diamond Head, you will next journey along the southern coast to Hanauma Bay, which was created by an ancient eruption. During your stop, your guide will explain the Bay's origins and history as you savor its stark beauty.
Continuing on, you will make your way to the famous Halona Point blowhole, where seawater pushing through a volcanic vent erupts into a large fountain. Be sure to keep a close watch for the giant Humpback Whales that occasionally frequent these waters. A short distance away you will find the Makapu'u Lookout, with its incredible panoramic views. Learn about this area's volcanic origins as your expert guide points out its many interesting bird and plant species.
A dramatic change in the island's topography can be observed as you travel toward the windward coast. While pausing at a former war temple, now a wonderfully preserved archaeological site, your guide will explain many of the important food plants of the early Hawaiians.
Before returning to the ship, a final stop will be made at the Pali Lookout located high in the Koolau Mountains. Although often windswept and cloud-covered, the views are nonetheless magnificent and provide an unforgettable grand finale to your excursion.
Please note: This tour includes a limited amount of easy walking/standing. The tour is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the coach and have a companion to assist them. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Light-weight, casual clothing; sun caps; sunglasses; sunscreen and flat comfortable walking shoes are suggested. Hanauma Bay is closed on Tuesdays so calls on that day will be a drive-by visit only.
Enjoy discovering the magnificent sights of Oahu from the unique perspective of seeing it from above.
Board your van at the pier and transfer to the helicopter base where upon arrival, you will check in and receive a safety briefing. Climbing aboard your helicopter, you will settle in and then soar upward into the skies above Honolulu.
Your amazing flight-seeing tour begins with a beautiful view of placid Keehi Lagoon and continues over historic Honolulu Harbor. Here, you will see Aloha Tower, once the tallest structure on the island, as well your cruise ship resting in its berth. Next, you will fly over downtown Honolulu which features the only royal palace in the country and then it's up to Punchbowl, the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific which rests high above the city.
You'll fly above Ala Moana Beach Park, Magic Island, the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor and world-famous Waikiki Beach. Beyond Waikiki, you will see Diamond Head crater from a dramatic perspective, as well as the "Gold Coast" where millionaires make their homes, and spectacular Hanauma Bay. Rounding the east end of the island, you'll view a more rugged coastline that opens to inviting Sandy Beach and the landmark Makapuu Point and lighthouse. Your aerial tour continues over Sea Life Park, the estate where TV's Magnum P.I. was filmed, and miles of tempting white sand beach.
Next you will fly over the gorgeous coral formations of Kaneohe Bay, distinctive Chinaman’s Hat, and then up into “Jurassic Park” valley, where scenes from a dozen major motion pictures have been filmed. The highlight of the tour is Sacred Falls, a splendid 1,000-foot cascade.
After viewing the falls you will fly over the Polynesian Cultural Center, one of Hawaii’s most popular visitor attractions, and the Mormon Temple in Laie. You’ll also see Turtle Bay, the aquaculture farms and Kahuku Point. Don’t be surprised if you see humpback whales offshore here during the winter months.
Next, it's the storied North Shore and a dramatic view of world-renowned surfing spots including Sunset Beach, Pipeline and Waimea Bay. On your way over Oahu’s Central Plain, you’ll see the Dole Pineapple maze and the “birthing stones” of Hawaiian royalty. Then, the aircraft will head south through the Kolekole Pass, where Japanese warplanes flew on their date with destiny back in 1941. You’ll see the Four Seasons, Disney's Aulani Resort and Ko Olina Resort and then fly over the deep draft harbor at Barber’s Point. Your tour concludes with a panoramic vista of Pearl Harbor.
Touching back down at the helicopter base, your van awaits to transfer you back to the pier where your tour concludes.
Please note: This tour includes a very limited amount of walking. This tour is accessible to persons with disabilities and the van can accommodate motorized wheelchairs. The tour operator also has an electric lift to assist getting into the helicopter. Light-weight, casual clothing; sunglasses and flat comfortable walking shoes are suggested. Due to FAA regulations, all guests will be weighed upon check in at the heliport and you must provide your weight to the Destination Services team at least 48-hours before your tour departs. In the interest of safety and comfort, guests weighing in excess of 250 lbs must purchase an additional seat. Total flight time is approximately 60-minutes. Personalized DVDs are available for purchase from the helicopter operator.
This tour offers guests the perfect opportunity to get acquainted with the most notable sights in Honolulu and Waikiki, all from the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle.
Start off from the pier with a drive through Honolulu and the heart of Waikiki, viewing the legendary Waikiki Beach. Next, continue on to Diamond Head for a stop at the Diamond Head lookout where you can take in breathtaking views of this world-famous landmark.
Making your way into the Koolau mountain range which rises above the city, you will stop at the Pali lookout for some spectacular views of the windward side of Oahu. Next, it's on to the Punchbowl National Cemetery for a drive through this beautiful yet somber reminder of the brave men and women who have served our country. Set in an extinct volcano, this cemetery honors America's fallen heroes from WWI, WWII, and the Korean and Vietnam Wars.
Traveling back to the center of Honolulu, you will view such attractions as Iolani Palace, the Royal palace of the Hawaiian Monarchy and the only royal palace located in the United States, as well as the impressive King Kamehameha statue, Honolulu City Hall, The State Capital Building, China Town, Kawaiahao Church and the quaint homes of the early missionaries.
Following your city tour, you will be transferred back to the cruise ship pier.
Please note: This tour includes a limited amount of easy walking/standing. The tour is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the coach and have a companion to assist them. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Light-weight, casual clothing; sun caps; sunglasses, and flat comfortable walking shoes are suggested.
The only official state residence of royalty in the United States, `Iolani Palace was the official residence of the Hawaiian Kingdom's last two monarchs--King Kalakaua, who built the Palace in 1882, and his sister and successor, Queen Lili`uokalani. During the monarchy period, the Palace was the center of social and political activity in the Kingdom of Hawai`i.
Iolani Palace is a marvel of opulence, innovation, and political intrigue. Meticulously restored to its former grandeur, this National Historic Landmark in downtown Honolulu tells of a time when their Majesties, King Kal?kaua and his sister and successor, Queen Lili'uokalani, walked its celebrated halls.
The Gala Dinner event will be held on the Iolani Palace grounds at the Iolani Barracks Quandrant.
We invite our Full World Cruise Guests to join us at one of Hawaii's most celebrated historical sites. The Dining area is designed to re?ect the regal setting, from the style of linens all the way down to the wonderful centerpieces set upon the tables. You will enjoy a truly artistic dance production respectfully and intensely in?uenced by the Hawaiian culture.
The entertainment line-up for the evening will take you on a journey of tiki-tunes and sultry rhythms. Polynesia beckons with the exciting group, Don Tiki!
As you first arrive to the majestic Royal Palace, you will be greeted by an adorable group of 'keiki halau' (a Hawaiian children's hula dance group). These keikis (roughly 12-15 children total) will sure capture your hearts and cameras with their smiles and hula costumes!
You will then have the opportunity to go on a self-guided tour of the Palace, where docents are available to answer any questions that you may have. You are able to look at the Thrown Room where the King once sat, and the other State rooms where the King and Queen entertained travelers from near and far. Once everyone has toured this level of the Palace, you will be directed to the lower level to visit the exhibit galleries. This is where the Royal Crowns, Jewels, Ancient Regalia, Chamberlain's Office are located.
As you finish your tour of the Palace, you will be directed to the area where this event begins on the palace grounds.
Don Tiki is a band of exceptional talents, and their music will transport you to an island paradise where sensual tropical fantasies still exist. The gorgeous Don Tiki Dancers and their elaborate costumes add to the enchantment of their mesmerizing and always sold-out performances.
Don Tiki is a creative collaboration of Lloyd Kandell and Kit Ebersbach. The band features Hawaii's top musicians with cumulative experience ranging from world beat to the Honolulu Symphony to Waikiki Showrooms. A touring ensemble complete with swaying dancers is set to hit the road to Bali, and from here to eternity with a swanky and exotic revue.
This fresh show will delight all in attendance as Don Tiki keeps the tiki torches blazin' in an evening of exciting entertainment!
Dinner will be truly amazing, a feat of incomparable elegance and style, one of which only the Royal Monarchy would design to delight all the senses of their Guests.
You will walk into this area and feel like Royalty, as if the age of grace and style were back in the time of King David Kalakaua. The overall feel will be very elegant utilizing the Royal Monarchy colors of gold and red tones.
The grandeur of a reception at Iolani Palace is as dramatic as it is memorable. Bringing in elements that will show old Hawaiian tradition from the days of King Kamehameha and King Kalakaua to the new Hawaii and a modern look to old styles.
Don Tiki is the keeper of the flame of the evocative "exotica" genre of jungle jazz music pioneered by Les Baxter, Martin Denny and Arthur Lyman. Their tikipalooza extravaganza has garnered a devout following and includes Hawaii's top musicians, the gorgeous Don Tiki Dancers, elaborate costumes, and quixotic choreography. Their show promises to be a ton of fun and your chance to kick back and soak up a little TLC - Tiki Lounge Culture!
Travel off the beaten path and discover the scenic and cultural attractions of Oahu's remarkable North Shore on this excursion.
Boarding your coach at the pier, you will start your tour with a 30-minute drive over the Ko'olau Mountains to the Island's windward side and the fabled Valley of the Temples. Here, lying at the base of 2,000 ft. high lush green cliffs, you will find the picturesque Byodo-In Temple. The Temple was built in the 1960's to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the first Japanese immigrant workers in Hawaii. Today, the Temple may be recognized by some as one of the locations featured in the television show 'Lost'.
Continuing on, you will follow the scenic shoreline past China Man's Hat and Kahana Bay to Malaekahana State Beach Park, renowned for its native plant and seabird species. Beyond here is Kahuku, home of the North Shore shrimp farms. Here, you’ll stop at one of the locals' favorite shrimp trucks for some delicious locally farmed Garlic Shrimp, Fish or Chicken Plate and Hawaiian style shaved ice. Leaving Kahuku behind, it's on to world-famous Sunset Beach for a photo stop at this picturesque beach celebrated for its legendary towering waves that occur here during the winter months.
Your tour next travels to Haleiwa Beach Park, one of many surf breaks on the North Shore which make up a strip of what many surfers call “the 7 mile miracle”. After a stop for photos, you'll make your way south through the historic village of Haleiwa, colorful home to surfers, artists and craftspeople. Your route through this area of the Island offers up extensive views of pineapple fields and a final stop will be made at the Dole Pineapple Plantation.
Following your brief stop at the plantation, you will return directly to the cruise ship pier where your tour concludes.
Please note: This tour includes a limited amount of easy walking/standing, although there is some uneven terrain and sandy surfaces to negotiate at the beach stops. The tour is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the coach and have a companion to assist them. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Light-weight, casual clothing; sun caps; sunglasses; sunscreen and flat comfortable walking shoes are suggested.
General Douglas MacArthur accepted the official surrender of Japan in September 1945 on board the USS Missouri, also affectionately known as the "Mighty Mo". The ship has been magnificently restored and remains in Pearl Harbor.
You will be in awe with the history steeped upon this mightiest of battleships. Even younger generations will be impressed by the sheer size and capabilities of this vessel. It seems that virtually everyone's personal history is touched in some way, by the significance of this vessel.
During this special event, Regent guests will have the privilege of enjoying this venue exclusively to yourselves from bow to stern and port to starboard. The evening will highlight the respect as well as the R&R (rest & relaxation) experiences used to nurture and rekindle the hearts and minds of its Officers.
The Battleship Missouri Memorial is a living museum that offers visitors a glimpse of the past and the experience of being aboard a ship that is alive with history as well as modern technology. The Missouri educates and entertains with exhibits, memorabilia and activities that give you a sense of what life at sea was like aboard the world's last and most celebrated battleship.
A mere ship-length away from the Arizona Memorial, the Mighty Mo dazzles visitors from around the world with her sheer size, impact, and influence, creating strong sentiments and eliciting feelings of nostalgia. Your event on board this historical battleship will be an unforgettable, once in a lifetime experience.
As you arrive to the USS Missouri, you will be greeted with an assortment of beautiful leis and then this unforgettable evening aboard this celebrated ship will be yours to enjoy.
Experience the marvelous underwater world of Oahu from the comfort of an Atlantis Submarine, the world's largest fleet of hi-tech passenger submarines! If you haven't been to the bottom of the ocean before, this tour is one you won't want to miss!
Your adventure begins with a transfer from the ship to Waikiki's Hilton Hawaiian Village where you will be escorted to the Atlantis Pier. Here, you will receive an informational briefing before boarding the Atlantis shuttle vessel for a 15-minute boat ride to the Atlantis dive site. Along the way, enjoy some wonderful scenic views of Waikiki and Diamond Head.
Arriving at the dive site, you will transfer to your submarine where you will embark on an amazing undersea experience. Being in a submarine and descending to 100 feet underwater is without a doubt, an adventure by itself. To add to this unforgettable experience, just imagine the marine life you will see up close and the Atlantis Waikiki dive site is home to wide variety of Hawaiian fish, coral and turtles.
Known for its quality and safety, Atlantis Submarines is an eye-opening experience that takes you beyond the classroom as you learn about coral, reef life and submersibles, all while visiting sunken shipwrecks, an airplane and some artificial reefs. During your dive, the friendly Atlantis crew will happily share their love of the ocean with you.
With a spacious air-conditioned interior, large view ports and comfortable seating, this one-of-a-kind submarine allows you fabulous access to Hawaii's incredible sea life.
When your submarine adventure comes to its end, you will shuttle back to the Atlantis pier where your trolley awaits to bring you back to the ship.
Please note: This tour includes a very limited amount of walking. This tour is not available to wheelchair guests and those with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability as participants must be able to make their own way into and out of the transfer vessel and there is a 7-step ladder to negotiate to enter and leave the submarine. Light-weight, casual clothing, and flat, comfortable walking shoes with a rubber sole are suggested. To experience color changes at various depths, guests may choose to wear clothes with red or florescent colors. The minimum height requirement to participate in the tour is 36 inches. Drinks and snacks are available for purchase on the shuttle vessel. This tour may not be exclusive to Regent Seven Seas guests.
Enjoy the gorgeous vistas of Kualoa, an enormous ranch of lush rainforest and deep valleys, where ancient Hawaiian royals were trained in various aspects of life.
Depart from the pier and enjoy a picturesque drive north to Kualoa, a magnificent cattle ranch of 4,000 acres that ranges from dense rainforest to broad valleys to the sea. The unspoiled terrain of Kualoa (which means “long back” in Hawaiian, a reference to the lengthy mountain ridge overlooking the property) is so beautiful, it has been the setting for films such as “Jurassic Park” and TV shows that include “Hawaii Five-O” and “Lost.”
During your visit you will explore the ranch’s most scenic areas, including places where ancient Hawaiian royals were trained in the art of war, history and social traditions. In the northern Ka’a’awa Valley, you will see where several movies were shot, perhaps even recognizing the locations.
Later, you will follow a short hiking trail to a high ridge between two beautiful valleys. The view from atop is absolutely spectacular as it takes in the ancient Hawaiian Fishpond and a tropical flower and fruit farm. This part of Oahu has long been held sacred and very little of it has been developed.
In time, you will enjoy a traditional Hawaiian lunch that may include favorites such as grilled chicken, tropical fruits and vegetables, and Menehune Salad, which is named for an ancient race of mythical Hawaiian dwarfs. Afterwards, you will return to the pier.
Please note: This tour includes a significant amount of moderate walking that includes uneven and natural terrain. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests or those with mobility concerns. Guests should be in good physical condition. Light-weight, comfortable clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; sunscreen; insect repellant; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
Relive moments in history with a visit to Pearl Harbor and the Arizona Memorial during this tour that concludes with a view of the city's most notable landmarks.
Traveling by coach from the pier, you will first visit the Arizona Memorial Visitors Center where you will view a film that depicts the events of the 1941 attack. Afterwards, board a Navy launch for the short ride to the Memorial itself, where you'll disembark for an unforgettable and thoroughly moving experience.
Your tour continues with a drive through the Punchbowl Crater where you can experience the serenity of the Punchbowl National Cemetery, viewing from your coach the "Courts of the Missing," the chapel and detailed mosaic maps of the Pacific theaters in action in World War II and Korea.
From Pearl Harbor, you will have a guided drive through Honolulu City’s highlights. See Aloha Stadium, the downtown district, Chinatown, the Kawaiahao Church, the City Hall, the State Capitol, the Governor’s Mansion and Iolani Palace, the former residence of Hawaii’s last two monarchs. Continue on for a drive through of Punchbowl, home to a National Cemetery honoring the fallen of World War II, the Korean War and Vietnam War.
Following your city tour, your coach will return you back to the pier where your tour concludes.
Please note: This tour includes approximately 2 hours of easy walking/standing. The tour is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the coach and have a companion to assist them. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Light-weight, casual clothing; sun caps; sunglasses; sunscreen and flat comfortable walking shoes are suggested. Swim suits and tank tops are not permitted on the Arizona Memorial. No bags are allowed within the Arizona Memorial Visitor Center. The "No Bag Policy" requires that all bags larger than a hand held radio; approximately 1-1/2 x 2-1/4 x 5-1/2 inches will be directed to the paid storage facility (an additional charge not included in price of tour). Camera (digital & video) without carry case, medication case (prescription only) and bottled water are permitted.
Explore Hawaii's most recognizable landmark on this exciting, fun and educational tour of the world-famous Diamond Head Crater.
Your tour begins with a 30-minute transfer by van to the base of Diamond Head Crater. Upon arrival, you will receive a short introductory talk by a trained nature guide where you will learn about the fascinating volcanic creation of the Crater, Hawaiian history, European discovery, the origin of the famous name, early cattle ranching, and modern day military use of the "Gibraltar of the Pacific".
Before your trek begins, each participant will be given one pint of bottled spring water and one energy bar. Following your escort, you will then commence a 45-minute walk that ascends to the 763' summit. Along the way, stops will be made at several points to rest and photograph the crater. Walking up stairways, going into a dark 200-foot tunnel and climbing a spiral staircase truly imparts a sense of adventure and enhances your experience.
Upon reaching the summit, you will be thrilled by the incredible 360-degree panoramic views of Waikiki Beach, the emerald green mountains and the sparkling aquamarine water of the Pacific Ocean below. Enjoy approximately 15-minutes at the summit, taking in the spectacular scenery and capturing some unforgettable photos before beginning your ascent back to the crater floor.
Before transferring back to the pier, you will have the opportunity to learn important information about Hawaii's native bird and plant species and will be presented with a "Certificate of Achievement", that states you have successfully made it to the famous summit of Diamond Head Crater.
Please note: This tour includes approximately 2-hours of moderate to strenuous walking over uneven but maintained trails. The ascent can be steep at times and there are 2 steep stairways to negotiate as well as a lighted tunnel. Total walking distance is approximately 1.5 miles. This tour is not available to wheelchair guests or those guests with mobility concerns. Participants should be in good physical condition and be able to walk uphill in very sunny and warm conditions. Light-weight, casual clothing; sun caps; sunglasses, sunscreen and flat, comfortable hiking or walking shoes with a non-slip sole are suggested. There is no shade on the trail and guests are encouraged to bring along an additional bottle of water from the ship. Minimum age to participate is 8-years old and children under 18-years of age must be accompanied by an adult parent or guardian. This tour operates rain or shine.
Travel to nearby Pearl Harbor for an exclusive, limited participation tour of the U.S.S. Missouri, an enormous battleship that was deployed for combat in World War II, the Korean War and in the 1991 Persian Gulf War.
Depart from the pier and drive west toward Pearl Harbor, the now hallowed site of the infamous Japanese surprise attack on the United States on December 7, 1941. Here, on Ford Island in the middle of the harbor, you will receive a private guided tour of the U.S.S. Missouri, a decommissioned battleship built during World War II.
While touring the 900-foot, 58,000-ton vessel, you will discover how this massive ship known as the “Mighty Mo” operated during its illustrious 50-year career. You will learn how the guns fired 2,700-pound projectiles up to 23 miles away with precision accuracy. You will also see up-close how to light one of the three-story boilers.
Your experience continues with a walk down “Broadway,” the longest and widest passage on the ship, to watch a video of the former chief engineer explaining a day in the life of the “snipes,” a nickname for the crewmen that worked below the waterline. You might even test your firing skills by entering data into the giant analog computer that once controlled the guns.
Following your guided tour, you will have free time onboard to find out even more about this venerable bastion of the U.S. Navy’s fleet. The most historic event on the ship took place on the veranda deck, where the Japanese signed the formal surrender to end World War II on September 2, 1945. After approximately 45-minutes of free time, you’ll rejoin your group and transfer back to the cruise ship pier.
Please note: This tour includes significant walking and participants must be able to climb 10 sets of steep, narrow stairs as well as negotiate the over one dozen 2-ft. high frames at the ship’s bulkhead doors. There will also be tight doorways and low overheads to contend with. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests or those with mobility concerns. Guests should be in good physical condition. Casual clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; and sunscreen are recommended. Flat, closed-toe shoes are mandatory. The minimum age requirement is 10 years old and children under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult parent or guardian.
Terms & Conditions:
Free Unlimited Shore Excursions are for full fare guests only, capacity controlled and subject to availability. Requested excursions may not be available at time of booking. Supplement will apply on Regent Choice excursions (indicated by the above) and excludes Private Arrangements and all Adventures Ashore programs. Concierge benefits do not apply to Executive Collection private cars or other private arrangements. In order to ensure quality guides and sufficient transportation, we must provide the tour operator with passenger counts at least 36 hours in advance. Therefore no refunds will be given within 36 hours of tour departure for cancellations or no-shows. Please pay special attention to scheduling and tour lengths when booking your shore excursions. In many cases, it is not possible to participate in more than one tour per day in a given port. Tour Departure times are subject to change so please reference your actual tour ticket for the correct departure time. Tours operate rain or shine. Minor children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a an adult parent or guardian on all shore excursions. Tours require minimum participation levels to operate so please sign up as early as possible. Tours may be cancelled if minimum participation levels are not met. Prices, Itineraries and General Information shore excursion prices are subject to change to meet unexpected cost increases or currency fluctuations. Please consult the Destination Services Desk onboard for information. During local or national holidays, access to certain facilities (such as museums or archaeological sites) may be limited or denied. In such instances, adjustments will be made to minimize inconvenience to guests. Some tours have limited availability. Tours are generally available for reserving 180 days prior to the beginning of a cruise. Please sign up early to avoid disappointment. Regent Seven Seas Cruises reserves the right to require guests to complete a liability waiver for select shore excursions. For more information, please visit the Destination Services Desk onboard.