Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Discerning luxury travelers with their sights set on the ultimate travel deal (not to mention the world’s hottest destinations and most exotic locales) will find incomparable value and exceptional savings opportunities now offered on over 75 Silversea voyages in 2009.
For a limited time, savvy travelers can take advantage of unprecedented booking incentives on diverse itineraries exploring virtually every nook and corner of the globe . from the Arctic to the Antarctic . from Australia to Zanzibar.
The ultra-luxury cruise company has expanded its popular Silver Sailing program to itineraries that encompass all seven continents — and also boosted the savings available on many of these voyages to 50%, with 39 worldwide voyages offering 50% savings in all suite categories. Plus, an array of Silver Sailing voyages offer additional perks such as free or reduced air programs . and $1,000 Onboard Spending Credits.
For example, the $1,000 Onboard Spending Credit is available on Silver Shadow’s July 20, 12-day Alaska cruise (#3917) sailing roundtrip from San Francisco to explore Sawyer Glacier and port cities of Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, Wrangell and Victoria (British Columbia). Silver Sailing cruise fares start at $4,747 per person — a savings of 50% in all categories — plus free roundtrip economy air transportation is also available from over 70 U.S. and Canadian gateway cities.
“Luxury consumers always want to get the most for their dollar,” said David Morris, Silversea’s executive vice president of worldwide sales and marketing. “With Silversea, virtually every shipboard amenity is included in the fare — from cocktails, fine wines and bottled water to room service and all gratuities — so guests already enjoy exceptional value. But when you combine half-off savings with free or discounted air, plus an Onboard Spending Credit that can be used for spa treatments, shore excursions and even dinner in our Relais & Châteaux Wine Restaurant — then the value proposition is one the luxury traveler cannot afford to pass up.”