Regent Seven Seas unveils new trade handbook

Refreshed Travel Partner Guide - how to sell luxury cruising

Regent Seven Seas Cruises (RSSC) has rolled out the latest version of its Travel Partner Guide for the trade, packed with invaluable selling tools, supporting channels, a comparison guide and more.

The 24-page guide – available in hardcopy or accessible online here – provides an overview of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ brand pillars, luxury inclusions, fleet profile and an overview of the shore excursions, pre- and post-cruise programs, packages and tours options.

Travel advisors will also find a useful snapshot of the differences between Suites available onboard Seven Seas Grandeur (coming in late 2023), Seven Seas Splendor, Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Voyager, Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Navigator. A double-page spread also provides a brief profile of the cuisine and speciality restaurants on the fleet, including Compass Rose, Prime 7, Chartreuse, Pacific Rim, La Veranda, Sette Mari at La Veranda and the Pool Grill.

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Pages 16-17 of the Travel Partner Guide provide a Value Comparison Guide between the 2024 World Cruises of Seven Seas Mariner and Island Princess.

Other information in the selling guide spotlights the onboard activities, such as RSSC’s Culinary Art Kitchen and Entertainment.

Regent Seven Seas also provides a World Cruise comparison of the “unrivalled space at sea” aboard 732-guest Seven Seas Mariner 132-night sailing versus a 3,046-passenger “Premium Cruise Line”, which although unnamed, is understood to be the 111-night Princess Cruises’ voyage of Island Princess. The actual cost per diem is $45 per person less with RSSC, with more inclusions and shipboard credit.

The guide contains a list of benefits for travel partners, such as “the highest earning potential in the industry”, in-depth product training, assistance with marketing plans and sales strategies; as well as seven tips for Selling Regent, and links to support resources such as the new Regent Forward page and new Regent Appointments (either in person, video-call or phonecall); along with Travel Partner Centre, Marketing Central and Regentrade Hub.

View the Travel Partner Guide here.

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