Seabourn unveils details of 2022 Canaries and Med itineraries

Seabourn has unveiled the details of a series of Canary Islands and Mediterranean itineraries starting from February 2022.

The mix of ten and 11-night itineraries on Seabourn Encore from Lisbon will go on sale on October 5.

Prices for the 10-night Canary Islands Retreat cruise departing February 19, start from £2,899 per person. Ports of call include: Funchal, Madeira; Las Palmas, Gran Canaria; and Arrecife, Lanzarote.

Lyricist and author Sir Tim Rice will join the first cruise on February 19. During the sailing he will appear on stage and share his career highlights alongside singers and dancers.

The lead-in price for the 11-night Canary Islands Discovery sailing, departing on March 1, 2022, is £3,199.

Each sailing in the programme includes at least two sea days.

Encore’s season will finish in April with a new 15-night Mediterranean Allure & Greek Islands itinerary from Lisbon to Athens, before the ship’s scheduled Greece and Turkey programme in summer 2022.

White label e-brochures, featuring the itineraries, are available to agents who can personalise them with their agency’s logo, a call to action and then forward on to customers.

UK and Ireland managing director Lynn Narraway said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for agent partners to encourage their clients to experience Seabourn’s ultra-luxury lifestyle this winter.

“As well as visiting some amazing destinations, with enhanced world-heritage content courtesy of Seabourn’s exclusive partnership with Unesco, they’ll benefit from all-inclusive fares which represent excellent value for money.

“We also have a very special treat in store for lovers of musical theatre via our partnership with Sir Tim Rice.”

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