Free Vancouver add-on with Regent’s Alaska cruises

New 2022 offer for Seven Seas Mariner guests valid on positioning cruises too

Regent Seven Seas Cruises (RSSC) is offering a free three-night land program in conjunction with new bookings on its Inside Passage cruise in Alaska.

The ‘Ultimate Alaska’ four-day/three-night promo can be taken as either a pre- or post-cruise land add-on in Vancouver on 17 of Regent Seven Seas’ seven-night itineraries between Vancouver and Seward, Alaska, from May to September 2022, or the 13-night sailing from San Francisco to Vancouver, or the end of season 12-night voyage from Vancouver to Los Angeles. All the sailings are aboard Seven Seas Mariner.

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“We are delighted to share Ultimate Alaska with our valued travel partners for their clients – an incredible value-added land program, consisting of a free 3-night luxury sojourn in the vibrant city of Vancouver, the perfect start or end to a memorable Alaskan cruise,” said Steve Odell, Senior Vice President, RSSC.

“There are 19 extraordinary sailings to choose from, but I encourage our valued travel partners to act quickly to ensure they reserve their clients’ preferred itinerary and suite.”

Hubbard Glacier, Alaska

Ultimate Alaska also offers 50% reduced deposits and applies to new reservations made between 1 July and 31 August 2021.

A dedicated Ultimate Alaska toolkit has been created to help travel partners sell this offer to clients. Digital assets included in the toolkit range from banners, social media tiles, to campaign images and customisable flyers, which can all be found at RSSC.com/Ultimate-Alaska-Tool-Kit.

Complimentary 3-Night Land Program Highlights

The Ultimate Alaska Vancouver program includes the opportunity to discover the Gastown neighbourhood, the Capilano Suspension Bridge and a visit to Queen Elizabeth Park.

Additional highlights include indulgent discoveries for shoppers and foodies alike at the arty Granville Island and the harbour-front Stanley Park, where guests can hire a bike and cycle through an old-growth forest. Travellers will also ascend Grouse Mountain on the Skyride aerial tramway to Grouse Mountain.

Seven Seas Mariner in Alaska

To learn more about this exciting offer, Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ authentic experiences and the brand’s all-inclusive offering, travellers are invited to take part in a webinar taking place on Thursday 8 July 2:00pm-2:30pm AEST. Guests can join Lisa Pile, Vice President Australia and New Zealand at Regent Seven Seas Cruises and Gillian Seller, Director of Sales Australia and New Zealand at Regent Seven Seas Cruises, to explore new horizons and gain access to in-depth information. Click here to register.

More information at RSSC.com/agent

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