In association with: Virgin Voyages
Sailors can also benefit from 20% off and $100 towards a pre-paid bar tab during wave
Virgin Voyages has been making waves since its first ship, Scarlet Lady, set sail on its inaugural season last summer. And with its second ship Valiant Lady making its debut this spring, there are even more voyages to book for Sailors (your customers). Now you have the opportunity to earn more commission, and see Sailors benefit from money off their sailing.
Virgin Voyages is offering all agents, or First Mates, a whopping 22% commission for wave 2022 up until February 16 when you book Sailors on to any cruise. Throughout this period, Sailors will also get 20% off their voyage, plus $100 to go towards a pre-paid bar tab.
And if Sailors wish to pay in full, they’ll benefit from a further 10% off. Terms and conditions apply.
Each sailing comes with $600 in extras, such as dining at more than 20 restaurants, bars and kiosks, Wi-Fi, essential drinks, group fitness classes and all gratuities.
Sail Europe on board Valiant Lady
Virgin Voyages’ second ship Valiant Lady will be taking to the seas in the spring to sail around Europe, stopping at some of the most exciting cities on the Continent. Here are some of the voyages Sailors can look forward to between March and May this year.
Coast the Canary Islands, Spain & Portugal (11 nights)
Setting sail from Portsmouth, Valiant Lady will stop in La Coruña in Spain, before calling at Madeira, Tenerife and Gran Canaria. The ship will then call at Lisbon, departing late at night to return to the UK.
Long Weekender in Zeebrugge (3 nights)
This short voyage will see Valiant Lady depart Portsmouth for a day at sea before arriving in the Belgian city of Bruges. Sailors have a full day here, to explore Bruges or other nearby Belgian cities, before the voyage back to Portsmouth.
French Daze & Ibiza Nights (7 nights)
Valiant Lady will set sail out of Barcelona and call into Marseille before making an overnight stay in Cannes. The ship will also stop at Olbia in Sardinia and sail onto Ibiza for another overnight stay, before returning to Barcelona.
PICTURES: Virgin Voyages; Melanie Acevedo