The sale with Seabourn must be booked by Jan. 31.
Luxury cruise line Seabourn wants to help travelers escape the cold in style — and for less — with a big winter sale that has up to 25 percent off fares.
The sale, which must be booked by Jan. 31, has savings on select Caribbean getaways, the company shared with Travel + Leisure. The sale offers travelers the chance to bundle Seabourn’s 15 percent Sail of the Year discount with an extra 10 percent discount for a total of up to 25 percent off.
"Seabourn's new Cold Weather promotion is an extraordinary opportunity for travelers seeking warmth and an escape from the cold weather in the USA,” Karen Thomas, the senior director of brand and external communications at Seabourn Cruise Line, shared with T+L, adding, “A Caribbean getaway with Seabourn is the perfect cure for the winter blues, as we take guests to marquee ports and hidden harbors, where they’ll be delighted by local culture, stunning beaches, and special signature events… It's an ideal time to make unforgettable memories aboard our ultra-luxury ships with a yacht-like atmosphere and leave the cold behind.”
To take advantage of the offer, travelers must live in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, or Canada.
Save big on sailings from Barbados, for example, with a 14-day journey on the Seabourn Ovation in March included in the sale featuring stops in Martinique, Guadeloupe, Antigua and Barbuda, and more.
In addition to savings on the fare, Seabourn’s Sail of the Year promotion includes the chance to score up to a $1,000 per suite shipboard credit, which can be used for things like special shore excursions.
Seabourn, which is one of T+L readers’ favorite luxury cruise lines, offers all-inclusive sailings on small ships complete with complimentary premium spirits and fine wines, complimentary caviar, complimentary Wi-Fi thanks to SpaceX's Starlink, and more.
Beyond the Caribbean, the cruise line will offer new voyages in 2025 to Alaska in the summer and Canada and New England in the fall.
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