New 2024 APT & Travelmarvel cruises set sail

New 2024 APT & Travelmarvel cruises set sail

APT & Travelmarvel have launched a 2024 European river cruising programme online with the return of a printed brochure that showcases 17 expert-led itineraries.

These include a new Travelmarvel ‘limited edition’ spring cruise through the Netherlands and Belgium.

Savings of up to £1,500pp on selected cruises will help agents to close sales made before November 30 2023. Best selling itineraries, including Croatian yacht cruising and the Travelmarvel Contemporary Ship cruises on the Rhine, Main and Danube, are included.

2024 packages include:

– Travelmarvel’s new 15-day Springtime in Netherlands and Belgium cruise, a one-off sailing on April 12 2024 and part of the operator’s ‘limited edition’ series of exclusive departures. Including flights, 14-nights of accommodation, sightseeing, 41 meals with drinks, transfers, and the services of a Cruise Director, costing from £3,295pp. 

– Travelmarvel’s best selling eight-day Adriatic Coastal Cruise, from Split to Dubrovnik, aboard the recently refurbished, 19-cabin Princess Eleganza motor yacht. Starting from £2,795pp, the cruise includes return flights, seven-nights of onboard accommodation, 17 meals with drinks, sightseeing, the services of a Cruise Director, and transfers. Departures operate from April until September 2024. 

Brad Bennetts, APT & Travelmarvel’s Head of Sales & Business Development, said: “Like all our ‘limited edition’ cruises, this brand-new itinerary will sell out fast. 

“Our most successful agent partners use this sense of urgency to their advantage – it presents a topical reason to contact their databases of prospective river cruise clients, and a hook to introduce the wider European programme of holidays available in 2024. After they’ve provided the inspiration, our early booking discount of up to £1,500 per person will help savvy agents to close their sales.”

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