Virtuoso Voyages | Special Sailings With Extra Perks
… and only Virtuoso travel advisors can help you book Virtuoso Voyages.
Virtuoso Voyages is available only to those who book their cruise travel through a Virtuoso-affiliated travel agency – that’s Mary Rossi Travel! The program offers complimentary benefits on the world’s finest cruise ships across hundreds of annual departures.
Virtuoso Voyages offers some fabulous benefits for cruise travellers. These include:
Dedicated Onboard Hosts
The hosts are focused on ensuring you enjoy your cruise. They’re available throughout the journey to answer any questions you may have and generally help everything go smoothly. In addition, they facilitate introductions between you and other cruisers at events such as:
A private welcome-aboard cocktail reception
This is a private event planned specifically for you and your fellow Virtuoso Voyages travellers. The onboard host moves about making introductions, and this helps you ease into the overall cruise socially.
The camaraderie of fellow cruisers
Chances are that you’re traveling with family or friends. Building memories with like-minded travelers you meet along the way though can add an unexpected extra to your cruise. Share a few great meals and a terrific shore excursion, and you just might have some friends for life.
An exclusive shore excursion
You can immerse yourself in the local culture, or you can enjoy VIP access to venues. These exclusive shore events are specifically for Virtuoso Voyages cruisers. Your Virtuoso travel advisor will know about this, and any additional options such as a gifts or shipboard credits on select dates.
Virtuoso Voyages benefits are available on select luxury cruise itineraries. Included cruise lines are Crystal, Oceania Cruises, Paul Gauguin Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Silversea, Seabourn, Ritz Carlton Yacht Club, Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection, Windstar Cruises. Ask us about upcoming Virtuoso Voyages itineraries.
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