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How to sell a dream

As many agents would know, selling a dream is key to sales success, and sometimes it can be much harder than you think.

But there is one thing we know will work in your favour every time.

In the wise words of Mariah Carey – you’ve got me feelin’ emotions… deeper than I’ve ever dreamed of.

But we’re here to give you more than just handy hints and tips. That’s why we have found the perfect sale that will tickle anyones emotive side. All you have to do is pitch it.

Oh, and we’ve done that for you too.

Voila!

Imagine…owning your own yacht.

Nearly everyone dreams of making it big, becoming rich and living in luxury. But in reality, private yachts, tropical getaways and personal service is only a reality for the the 1%.

Until now.

Windstar Cruises is different from other major cruise liners. They are pioneers of the casually elegant small ship world, where their luxury yachts carry fewer than 300 privileged guests. This means no lines and no waiting.

Unlike major cruise ships, Windstar’s yachts can anchor in hidden harbours, dock in tiny ports and in the heart of charming cities.

It is your private space where the warm and intimate environment which make you feel like that captain of your own ship.

And the best part? It comes at a fraction of the price.

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Imagine…someone remembering your coffee order on the second day.

This must be a dream, because we don’t think this has every happened to anyone – ever.

On every Windstar cruise, enjoy undivided attention from a crew that delights in remembering your name and preferences. Both gracious hosts and ambassadors, they delight in surprising you in discrete ways – satisfying your sweet tooth with an extra chocolate on your pillow or sharing the location of a favourite seaside café.

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Imagine…having a real adventure.

Tourism v.s. true travel. There’s a difference.

Only on Windstar’s small ships can you rub shoulders with the glitterati in Monte Carlo, dive among coral cliffs in Tahiti, nestle into picturesque ports in Capri, and trace your way through Iceland’s enchanting fjords.

Travelling is an adventure and Windstar Cruises can show you the way.

Oh, and call Windstar Cruises Australian Representative Travel the World on 1300 857 037.



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