Mark Conroy to Host Silversea Webinar for Travel Agents

Silversea Cruises has announced that the line's managing director for the Americas, Mark Conroy, will host a live webinar for travel agents Wednesday, March 30, 2016 at 3 p.m. EDT (12 p.m. PDT).

The webinar will explore the latest developments at Silversea, including the company's recently launched incentive opportunities and new marketing tools that soon will be available. 

The webinar caps off Silversea's Travel Agent Appreciation Month. During March, agents can receive such rewards as a $250 Visa Gift Card available on select voyages when booked before March 31, 2016. And a new Sell Three, Sail Free program enables agents to earn their own complimentary familiarization cruise when they book three new suites in March on any 2016 voyage. Both benefits are available to travel agents based in the Americas.


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Complementing the agent incentives are special value-added programs for their clients. Dozens of Mediterranean, Asia, and Africa itineraries offer Silversea's Most Exclusive All-inclusive packages, which include a two-night pre-cruise stay at a deluxe hotel (or three-night safari for Africa sailings), all transfers between the airport, the hotel and the ship, and roundtrip international airfare from over 50 gateways in the U.S. and Canada. Additionally, all guests can pick from a wide choice of free shore excursions, offered in every port of call.

To register for the webinar, agents who have not yet received an email invitation from Silversea should contact the Silversea sales support team at 1-800-722-9955.

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