Agents offered Windstar sailings in July booking incentive

Agents making three new Windstar Cruise winter sun bookings can earn a sailing for themselves in a new incentive.

The offer is part of a July discounting push in the UK by the small ship line.

The sale offers savings of up to 35% on more than 80 2023-24 Middle East and Caribbean sailings when booked between July 1-31. 

Cruise-only sale prices start at £945 per person for an eight-day ‘Realm of the Queen of Sheba’ sailing departing  March 2, 2024 including a discount of £945pp.

Caribbean sale prices lead in at £1,224pp for a six-day Windward Ways & Tobago Cays itinerary departing December 16 December with a discount of £400pp.

The 312-passenger Star Legend is being deployed in the Gulf region while the Caribbean cruises are covered by  312-passenger Star Pride, 342-passenger sailing yacht Wind Surf and 148-passenger yacht Wind Star.

Head of UK & Ireland sales Augustus Lonsdale said: “Our winter sun sale is a great crossover of two regions – the Caribbean, a classic and ever-popular destination, and the Middle East, which is brand new for this year and offers an absolute highlights reel of the area and its unique culture. 

“As consumers look to book their next winter sun holiday, I’m sure they will be delighted when they realise the value of a Windstar cruise, particularly in the Middle East, with all meals – including speciality dining, all soft drinks, watersports, entertainment and city centre docking locations all included within the price, comparing very favourably to land-based holiday options. 

“Not only that, upgrading to all-inclusive costs just under £75 per person, per day, offering further fantastic value for an even more luxurious trip.

“Our winter sale not only meets demand from UK consumers looking for a great value holiday but it also meets demand from agents for clear, consistent promotions while giving them the chance to win an amazing winter sun holiday of their own.”

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