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SEABOURN SIGNATURE SA VINGS


yet relaxed; elegant, yet casual; sumptuous, yet understated. Our intimate ships visit the most desirable destinations worldwide. Our crew sail beyond expectation. With nearly one staff member per guest we deliver a more tailored service, from greeting you by name and remembering your favourite cocktail, to complimentary sun cream and cool fl annels by the pool. We strive to provide a remarkable service - personally defi ned. Each ship offers all-suite accommodations, Seabourn’s unique water sports Marina, full-service spa, fully-equipped gym, casino, an open-bar policy serving premium wine, champagne and spirits, and menus created by renowned US celebrity chef, Charlie Palmer. Join us and discover what makes Seabourn the World’s Best Small-Ship Cruise Line*


C *According to readers of both Travel + Leisure and Condé Nast Traveler ruising with Seabourn is unlike any other form of travel. Luxurious,


BOOK BY 18 FEBRUARY 2012 AND RECEIVE • Up to a two category upgrade on selected sailings • Up to 15% savings on combination cruises


• $1000 per suite on-board credit on premium suites (premium suites include PH, CS, SS, OW, WG, GR)


• Complimentary pre or post-cruise hotel on selected sailings


THE SEABOURN DIFFERENCE


• Spacious, all-suite accommodations with sweeping ocean views - many with verandas


• Open bars throughout the ship and fi ne wines poured at lunch and dinner


• Gourmet dining that rivals the fi nest restaurants anywhere


• All dining venues are complimentary - dine where, when and with whom you wish


• Complimentary welcome champagne and in-suite bar stocked with your preferences


• Tipping is neither required nor expected - service simply to delight you


All-inclusive voyages from just £1,849 per person - including return fl ights on selected voyages bookable until 18th February 2012


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