INCENTIVE: $14k+ Fabergé pendant up for grabs via Regent Seven Seas Cruises

INCENTIVE: $14k+ Fabergé pendant up for grabs via Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Edited by Travel Weekly

    To celebrate the recent launch of Seven Seas Grandeur in November 2023, Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced a new booking trade incentive.

    Embracing the luxury cruise line’s ongoing partnership with the renowned jewellery house, Maison Fabergé, Regent is offering one travel partner in Australia or New Zealand the magnificent opportunity to win a stunning Fabergé pendant, worth more than $14,000.

    “We are incredibly excited to launch our richest incentive yet to celebrate the recent launch of Seven Seas Grandeur. A small taste of the undeniable opulence that guests can expect on board, this Fabergé pendant also showcases our longstanding relationship with the luxury jewellery Maison,” said Lisa Pile, VP sales and GM, Asia Pacific, Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

    “A perfect complement to Journey in Jewels, the Fabergé pendant will be the ultimate keepsake representing our Heritage of Perfection for more than three glorious decades.”

    Pendant on offer via Regent Seven Seas’ incentive (Supplied)

    To win this pendant, Australian and New Zealand travel advisors need to make the most new deposited bookings on applicable Upgrade Your Horizon sailings, from 3 January to 29 February, 2024. There are over 400 eligible sailings, including Seven Seas Grandeur’s maiden season of voyages, Seven Seas Explorer’s adventures through Alaska and Asia, and more.

    The winner will be notified by phone by 14 March, 2024, and will be announced in Regent’s trade e-newsletter shortly after.

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