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Voyages by U.S. Tours presents its 20-page inaugural guide to cruise opportunities on the oceans and rivers of the world. This new division of respected operator U.S. Tours aims to become “group cruise central” for professional tour planners. In the guide, profiles of 10 partner lines provide highlights of each cruise company and suggested voyages. These partners include Celebrity, Costa, Cunard, Holland America, Princess and Royal Caribbean, plus small-ship lines AmaWaterways, American Queen Steamboat, Seabourn and Victory. From beginning to end, Voyages by U.S. Tours handles all the details of planning a cruise, including collecting deposits and final payments, coordinating schedules, getting documents, arranging for special side trips and just going to bat for you should a problem arise. Its dedicated group department also can offer complimentary meeting space on the ship if needed and coordinate any special events you might wish to include.
Seabourn Cruise Line is a small-ship, ultra-luxury cruise line focused on premier service and unique destinations.
Five all-suite ships carrying between 458 and 600 passengers.
Throughout the world, including Europe, Asia, the South Pacific, Australia and New Zealand, the Americas and Antarctica, with cruises generally from seven to 14 days, along with longer voyages up to 146 days.
Seabourn offers an inclusive luxury product with complimentary premium spirits and fine wines in all dining venues onboard, plus a stocked in-suite bar. Tipping is neither required nor expected. The ships feature personalized service, and all suites are oceanfront, many with private balconies.
Accommodates groups with a minimum of five to seven suites and a maximum of 40 to 50 suites. Larger groups and charters are available. Organizers can choose shipboard credits or bonus commissions and earn tour conductor credits to a maximum of eight berths.
Seabourn replaced its original fleet with five new ships between 2009 and 2018 and now plans to build two 264-passenger expedition ships arriving in 2021 and 2022 for cruises to Antarctica and the Arctic. In 2019, Seabourn will be adding more unique cruises and destinations, including Cuba, to its schedule.
Voted Best Small-Ship Cruise Line for 2018 by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler, its eighth such award in the last 10 years. Recognized as the Best Small-Ship Cruise Line by readers of Travel + Leisure (seven times between 2007 and 2015) and as the Best for Luxury by Cruise Critic.
Seabourn cruises the world in style. We especially like Seabourn’s seven-day Caribbean itineraries and think this is the ideal way to discover the difference. We believe that once you sail Seabourn close to home, you will soon try the exotic.