Seabourn has added enhanced web content aimed at prospective charter, incentive, meeting and group travel clients, providing information on why a Seabourn ship can be a competitive choice versus a traditional land-based hotel or resort.
The new Seabourn digital content makes a case for how the small ship environment offers an opportunity to “wow” any guest list with multiple destinations in one trip, as well as an all-inclusive environment and high space-to-guest ratios.
“There are probably a fair number of brokers and travel advisors who don’t even know they can consider an ultra-luxury ship for a corporate meeting, an incentive trip for top performers, or even for private clients who might want the ultimate in memorable vacations all the way up to chartering the ship for their private use,” said Pierre Van Breda, deputy director for Global Charter, Incentive and Group Sales at Seabourn, in a press release statement. “Now prospective clients can gather up a lot of useful information on our site to help them in their decision-making process before coming to us for a bespoke quotation crafted specifically to their needs.”
Seabourn Digital Content
The updated Seabourn digital content also outlines included amenities such as the availability of dedicated meeting space and the use of audio-visual equipment included in a client’s quotation. Site visitors will also find links to specific ships, details about public and private spaces, and a photo gallery. Seabourn digital content related to the brand’s new expedition ships, which will also be available for MICE groups and charters, will be added in the coming weeks.
Unique experiences at Seabourn include ‘An Evening with Tim Rice’, a new evening entertainment experience created for the line; ‘Seabourn Conversations’ with special guest speaker including knowledgeable historians, naturalists, marine biologists, destination experts and more; and Spa and Wellness with Dr. Andrew Weil, offering guests a holistic spa and wellness experience that integrates physical, social, environmental and spiritual well-being.
For more information visit seabourn.com.