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Hello from Santa Fe, NM, My partner and I travel with Regent often and have always enjoyed the ship, the food and most of all its friendliness of crew and officers, although we have met several gay couples onboard we found that most people tend to like to be by themselves.

 

With that said our next cruise on Regent is to Japan this April 15-27, if anybody will be joining us let me know!

 

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We will be disembarking the day you embark.  My husband and I have been on many Regent cruises and love the line.  Have had a few sorta weird encounters (“are your wives joining you?”), but nothing too bad. Typically a few other gay or lesbian couples, but generally an accepting group of folks.

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We were on Regent over 15 years ago and are considering a Transoceanic on the new Splendor in 2020.  Since it has been so long since we were last on their ships it will probably be like a "first" again for us with them.

 

Do the Transoceanic sailings differ from other sailings which are port intensive --- in terms of general "vibe", passenger demographics, etc.?

 

We have heard good things about Regent, so looking forward to trying them out again.  Our last few sailings have been on Crystal and we are looking to branch out to other lines.

 

Thanks for any info anyone can provide.

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On 3/14/2019 at 7:29 PM, Just2guys said:

We were on Regent over 15 years ago and are considering a Transoceanic on the new Splendor in 2020.  Since it has been so long since we were last on their ships it will probably be like a "first" again for us with them.

 

Do the Transoceanic sailings differ from other sailings which are port intensive --- in terms of general "vibe", passenger demographics, etc.?

 

We have heard good things about Regent, so looking forward to trying them out again.  Our last few sailings have been on Crystal and we are looking to branch out to other lines.

 

Thanks for any info anyone can provide.

Hello Just2guys,

Here is the basics for TA crossings that we have experienced in 14 TA's so far:

-The age demographic: Since these cruises are not port intensive, and tend to be longer than usual, the average age tends to skew upwards...  has never been an issue for us... are you cruising on your cruise??

-Onboard activities:  May be slightly limited as opposed to the shorter, say, Caribbean cruises.  Not to say that there is nothing to do onboard, but you may have to search it out as opposed to having a "sexy legs contest" shoved in your face!

-Stay up late and watch the Sky/Stars/Moon on deck:  You have absolutely nothing you need to get up early to do... unless you want to...

Try to gt into the "Sea Day Vibe", (SDV).  Do as much or as little as you'd like.... no schedules on sea days, no "have to get up to do this-or-that in port" days..... maybe get a massage, or watch the waves with a great cocktail in hand??  The decisions are yours...  Make the trip what YOU want to make it...; )

Enjoy!!!

 

 

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