Seabourn’s Global Partner Appreciation Event Gets Underway

Seabourn Sojourn
Seabourn Sojourn

Last Monday Seabourn began its second annual Global Partner Appreciation Event. The four-week event, running from March 4 to 31, will consist of a series of seminars, webinars, conferences, events and in-person meetings and will introduce new trade tools, itineraries and promotions.

The company’s sales teams in North America, the United Kingdom, Europe and Australia will conduct a variety of events throughout the month. The cruise line hopes to use these meetings as an opportunity to network with key travel advisors and talk with them about the latest at Seabourn. In the United States events include a hosted lunch in Scottsdale, Arizona, a cocktail reception in Chicago and a wine reception in Atlanta.

As part of the event, Seabourn will offer an assortment of ways for travelers to save on sailings through spring 2020. Travelers can receive a complimentary stay in a Veranda for Ocean View or two or three Veranda Suite category upgrades. Those booking a Penthouse or Premium Suite will earn a bonus commission of $250 or $500. Passengers on these bookings receive $1,000 in shipboard credit per suite.

During the event, travel advisors can also enter to win a luxury cruise for two. For every booking made, advisors will win one chance to win. At the end of the event, Seabourn will draw two winners, who will receive a cruise of up to 14 days.

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