Seabourn Cruise Line Now Bookable For Travel Agents On Sabre

by Daniel McCarthy
Seabourn Cruise Line Now Bookable For Travel Agents On Sabre

Seabourn Encore.


Travel agents now can book all Seabourn Cruise Line itineraries, including sailings on the new Seabourn Encore, on Sabre Cruises within the Sabre Red Workspace, the company announced on Thursday.

"We value the travel agency community, who have a breadth of knowledge and expertise, and this collaboration will help them grow their business and sales,” senior vice president of global marketing and sales Chris Austin said.

Launched in 2016, Sabre Red now includes booking options from Azamara, Carnival, Costa, Crystal, Cunard, Disney, Holland America, MSC, Norwegian Princess and Royal Caribbean, as well as Seabourn.

In addition to booking, the Sabre workspace allows agents to browse amenities, pricing and offering on each ship. An upgraded interface also allows agents to jump between decks, browse itinerary maps, look at cabin coordinates and explore imagery from inside and outside the ship.

Sabre will continue to try to grow its cruise inventory “and deliver more choice for travel agents in North America,” said senior vice president of lodging, ground and sea Traci Mercer.

Agents can register for Sabre Red on the Sabre website.

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