Questex Travel Publications Team Up To Create Cruise Central

Seabourn Venture
Seabourn Venture // Photo by Seabourn

Luxury Travel Advisor and Travel Agent Central have teamed up to give you Cruise Central: the go-to destination for all things cruise.

This easy-to-navigate hub is one of the fastest ways to find out the latest in cruise news – including vessel renovations and up-and-coming destinations. It features some of the most luxurious lines in the world, including Seabourn, Uniworld, Variety Cruises, Holland America Line, Cunard, Regent and Silversea. All you need to do is click on each company photo to discover exclusive promotions and the latest trends.

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Seabourn embarks on curated voyages to all seven continents with a fleet of five vessels. Programs by this member of World’s Leading Cruise Lines include Seabourn Conversations, Ventures by Seabourn and Spa & Wellness by Dr. Andrew Weil. Book a vacation by February 28, 2020, to take advantage of its Signature Savings Event.

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Uniworld offers voyages on a total of 23 rivers in 24 countries worldwide, which include all-inclusive itineraries in Europe. Each vessel holds an average of 130 passengers with some of the highest staff-to-guest ratios in the river cruise industry. 2020 passengers can save up to 30 percent during the 100th anniversary celebration event.

Variety Cruises is one of the largest Mega Yacht operators in the Mediterranean. Vessels operated by this small ship cruising company, with just over 70 passengers, can dock at ports not accessible by large ships. The company is offering 25 percent off its Egypt, Jordan & Israel Special and Spain & Portugal Special.

Holland America Line’s fleet includes 14 vessels offering more than 500 cruises to more than 400 ports in nearly 100 countries, territories or dependencies around the world. The company is building a 15th ship, Ryndam, which is slated for delivery next year. Choose from more than 500 sailings to receive free stateroom upgrades, free onboard spending money, free or reduced fares of children, 10 percent off select shore excursions and 50 percent reduced deposit.

Cunard is one of the only lines to offer frequent transatlantic service between New York and London. It operates three luxury cruise ships—Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth—which embark on itineraries across Europe, North AmericaSouth AmericaAfricaAsia and Australia. From now until February 27, Cunard is offering free upgrades, free gratuities and 50 percent reduced deposit. Grill Suite guests receive free drinks.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises sails to more than 450 destinations across the globe with its four-vessel fleet—Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Navigator and Seven Seas Voyager. A fifth, Seven Seas Splendor, will be joining this year. Travel advisors can earn a $250 gift card on any two select voyages booked by March 31, 2020.

Silversea cruises to a plethora of destinations, including the Mediterranean, Caribbean and both Polar Regions, with its all-suite vessels: Silver Wind, Silver Shadow, Silver Whisper, Silver Spirit and Silver Muse. Five new ultra-luxury ships—Silver Moon, Silver Dawn, Silver Origin, and two Evolution-class ships—are in the works. Silversea is offering up to $1,000 savings per suite for those who book by February 28, 2020.

Cruise Central is the perfect supplement to a steady diet of travel news from Luxury Travel Advisor, Travel Agent Central and our new podcast, Selling Luxury. It is educational, simple, intuitive, and ensures your clients will keep coming back to relive the vacation of a lifetime. Be sure to check it out today! 

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