At $6,000 a month, you can see the world onboard the first of four Oceania ships that have been lightened and brightened.
The ship, on order from Fincantieri shipbuilders, will be delivered in 2023.
Despite the current shutdown disruptions, the time for travel to these natural wonders will soon be upon us once more. Tour operators are at the ready, which means now is the time for travel advisors to think ahead.
The concept combines a steakhouse menu that includes New York strip steak, Main lobster, Alaska king crab, and more alongside a new selection of craft cocktails and wine.
Industry cruise experts told Travel Market Report that the following destinations are all a buzz, so be sure to share the wonder when your clients ask what epic places should be on their travel list for the coming year.
Whether partnering with fellow agents or preferred suppliers, travel advisors have realized the worth of exhibiting at these events — and more importantly, they have identified where they can add their own value.
River cruising and ocean cruising continue to be perennial favorites, while guided vacation experiences are growing in popularity.
The refurbishment will include the addition of a fleet of Zodiacs and kayaks for guest exploration, a revamped theater, a completely refurbished spa and salon, and new additions to its suites and staterooms.
Wall Street said the deal, which closed for $3.2 billion, underscores the growth of the luxury travel market.
Travel advisors are seizing the opportunity to encourage clients to give the gift that can be enjoyed any time of the year.