MICE on Se­abourn

Cruise Weekly - - News -

SE­ABOURN Cruises has rolled out new web con­tent for in­cen­tives, meet­ings, group trav­ellers and char­ters.

The ini­tia­tive is de­signed to make it eas­ier for prospec­tive group book­ing clients to un­der­stand why a Se­abourn ship may be the per­fect choice for their next gath­er­ing, adding a range of ded­i­cated in­for­ma­tion for the seg­ment to its web­site.

The in­for­ma­tion out­lines a range of rea­sons why one of Se­abourn’s ul­tra-lux­ury ships can be a com­pet­i­tive choice when com­pared to a tra­di­tional land-based ho­tel or re­sort, with the cruise line’s small ship en­vi­ron­ment aim­ing to “wow” guest lists with mul­ti­ple des­ti­na­tions in one trip, an allinclu­sive on­board en­vi­ron­ment and ser­vice de­liv­ered by a crew ed­u­cated and trained to de­liver the finest in hos­pi­tal­ity ser­vice.

Se­abourn is also spot­light­ing high space-to-guest ra­tios, no long lines and no crowds.

Off the ship, the des­ti­na­tions on many Se­abourn itin­er­ar­ies also in­clude smaller, less-crowded ports of call only ac­ces­si­ble by smaller ships and yachts. CLICK HERE for more. Pic­tured: Se­abourn En­core.

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