Seabourn targets long lead bookings in new e-brochure

Seabourn has unveiled a digital brochure highlighting its itineraries for the autumn 2021 and winter/spring 2022 seasons.

The 15-page e-brochure, entitled Extraordinary Destinations, features 56 sailings around the world, with the line’s ships calling at destinations including Australia and New Zealand, Southeast Asia, India, Africa, Arabia, the Panama Canal, and the Caribbean.

Itineraries feature nearly 100 departures and range in length from seven to 36 days.

They include Seabourn’s first return to Egypt since 2014 aboard Seabourn Ovation during the spring of 2022, as well as a number of new destinations such as Marigot in Saint Martin, Saint Pierre in Martinique, Cozumel and Manzanillo in Mexico and Quepos in Costa Rica.

The e-brochure also showcases Seabourn’s all-inclusive policy and ‘early bonus savings’ promotion, as well as other amenities and offerings including shoreside experiences, pre- and post-cruise land-based excursions and Seabourn’s private jet service. 

“People are dreaming about their next great luxury holiday and our new e-brochure is a superb source of inspiration for luxury travellers to plan their next adventure,” said Chris Austin, Seabourn’s senior vice president of global marketing and sales.

“We encourage travel advisors to share this brochure with their clients and help them rediscover extraordinary worlds with the best ultra-luxury resort at sea.”

Josh Leibowitz, president of Seabourn, added: “While we are certainly living in uncertain times, this is the best moment to look 12 to 18 months into the future and book a Seabourn voyage to have something to look forward to in the future.

“Our flexible cancellation policies allow you to feel incredibly confident to hold a spot on one of these amazing Seabourn journeys. We look forward to welcoming guests back again soon.”

Travel agents can download a copy of the Extraordinary Destinations E-Brochure here.

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