Regent Launches New Agent Seminars

Regent Seven Seas is reaching out to the agent community across the U.S. to discuss the rebirth of the line (from its previous Radisson Seven Seas positioning), its fleet-wide enhancements, shipboard upgrades and new programming options, which more closely align the cruise line with its luxury brand sister, Regent Hotels. Through June 23, Regent Seven Seas sales directors are conducting 95 or more seminars across the country, speaking with over 4,000 travel professionals. The presentation outlines new products and developments, which will roll out over the next 18 months, including the upgrading of suite designs, décor, amenities and an enhanced ship-to-shore Regent Experience. Agents will also learn about Circles of Interest, a series of new themed enrichment programs tailored to guests' individual interests, and the multi-tiered Regent Travel Concierge service designed to give guests and their travel consultants the opportunity to personalize their luxury travel experiences. Attractive incentive opportunities for agents through the end of the year and into 2007 will also be identified. For more information on cities and dates where seminars are held; agents should call their sales representative or Regent Seven Seas reservations at 800-285-1835.

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