Cruise Specialists Provides Exclusive Amenities on 2017 World Cruises

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Cruise Specialists has announced the agency will offer exclusive amenities and a voyage host on several 2017 World Cruises.

Cruise Specialists’ Tom Mullen – a well-known voyage host – will accompany clients onboard Holland America Line’s ms Amsterdam for its 111-day journey. 

2017 World Cruise options also include cruise lines such as Crystal Cruises, Cunard Line, Oceania Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises and Silversea Cruises

The ms Amsterdam's World Cruise will depart from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, visiting 36 ports of call with overnight stays in 10 port cities. Additionally, exclusively on this World Cruise, clients will enjoy the company and expertise of one of Cruise Specialists’ most experienced cruise hosts, Tom Mullen. Born in Birmingham, England, Mullen has sailed on more than 20 World Cruises and has spent nearly his entire adult life working aboard cruise ships.

Amenities reserved exclusively for Cruise Specialists’ guests for the 2017 Holland America Line World Cruise include:

  • One night pre-cruise Fort Lauderdale hotel stay and Bon Voyage party
  • Exclusive shore excursion program
  • Shore tour spending dollars
  • Festive and private cocktail parties
  • Commemorative gifts

In addition to Holland America Line’s 2017 World Cruise, Cruise Specialists is partnering with other cruise lines to offer clients a variety of World Cruise voyage options departing in January 2017: 

Crystal Cruises: Guests can take part in the 2017 Southern Celebración World Cruise, which will circumnavigate the world’s fourth-largest continent to the Galápagos Islands, Machu Picchu, Patagonia, the Chilean Fjords, the Amazon, the Panama Canal and Antarctica. This voyage departs January 10, 2017, aboard Crystal Serenity.

Cunard Line: Available beginning September 10, 2015, Cunard Line will offer three 2017 World and Exotic Cruises aboard the Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mary 2, and Queen Victoria. The sailings will call at 80 ports in 42 countries and 15 ship maiden calls, five of which are new to the fleet. The Queen Mary 2 itinerary will sail roundtrip from New York.

Oceania Cruises: Oceania will offer a six month around the world voyage onboard the Insignia departing January 26, 2017, from Miami. 

Regent Seven Seas Cruises: Regent Seven Seas Cruises is hosting its first World Cruise in more than six years. The journey includes 31 countries, 62 ports of call and 29 UNESCO World Heritage Sites – all on board the Seven Seas Navigator. Cruise Specialists clients will enjoy all-inclusive amenities as well as a $1,000 per person shipboard credit for full world cruise guests.

Silversea Cruises: In addition to a 116-day voyage aboard the Silver Whisper that will visit five continents and 25 countries, clients on the full World Cruise ending in Nice will be treated to a bonus cruise. They will be transferred to the Silver Muse for a complimentary three-night inaugural voyage from Nice to Rome. The new ship will accommodate 596 guests and offers all-suite accommodations.


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