The line is celebrating this milestone at a time when cruise lines worldwide grapple with a global pandemic, but for Cunard making it through periods of uncertainty is nothing new.
TMR and MMGY Myriad's first Travel Advisor COVID-19 Sentiment Barometer is now live.
The Singapore-based luxury hotel group will gradually reopen properties globally.
Advisors who complete the course can qualify for Uniworld River Cruise Specialist benefits, including discounted rates up to 60%.
The luxury cruise line will roll commission tiers from 2020 over to 2021 to give advisors “a certain level of reassurance” and to show support.
Cunard, as it has with all canceled sailing during this time, will be offering those on impacted voyages a 125% future cruise credit.
Torunn Tronsvang, CEO and Founder of Up Norway, discuss why sustainable luxury travel will be in high demand.
Seabourn is launching a 4% bonus commission for travel advisors on new bookings made on 2021 sailings to Alaska, Europe and Canada/New England.
For bookings made by July 31, 2020 on sailings departing by Dec. 31, 2021, guests may cancel up to 30 days prior to departure and receive a 100% future cruise credit of any payment already made to Seabourn.
Windstar will restart first with Wind Spirit, its 148-guest ship, in Tahiti on Sept. 3.