"The travel professional community plays a vital role for Seabourn and we're truly pleased to partner with ACTA and its members," said Chris Austin, senior vice president for global marketing and sales at Seabourn.
ACTA, whose members employ over 12,000 travel agents, will offer Seabourn opportunities to engage ACTA members while being recognized as the Bronze level Cruise Line partner of the association.
Popular Canadian itineraries include the: 10-Day Canadian Maritimes & New England; 10-Day New England & Canadian Maritimes; and the 59-Day 3 Continents Exploration; with ports that include Bar Harbor, ME, Montreal, and Quebec City.
Seabourn's intimate ships offer spacious suites, open bars throughout, and fine wines at lunch and dinner. The cruise line also offers Ventures by Seabourn, an optional for-charge excursion program on many itineraries, including Alaska, Antarctica, Europe, Australia and Southeast Asia. Guests may book these tours in advance on Seabourn's website.
Recently, Seabourn promoted Teresa Haughey to the role of director, hotel services for hotel operations and Daniel Putzhammer to director, food & beverage operations. The pair has over 20 years of collective experience within the Seabourn brand. Haughey is based in Seabourn's U.K. offices, while Putzhammer is based in Seattle. Both report directly to Gerard Mosslinger, vice president of hotel operations at Seabourn.
To learn more about Seabourn or to request a brochure, visit www.seabourn.com.