February 29, 2020

Wave Season Deals are underway for 2020

Seabourn Sojourn in Prince Rupert, British Columbia.


Wave season is underway with most cruise lines offering special deals for the next few weeks. This is a great time to decide on a destination and pick a ship for an exciting vacation at sea. Here are a few we’ve seen:

Small ship cruise line Windstar Cruises has “Pick Your Perk” savings for wave season, beginning January 7, includes a choice of the following:
$1,000 of onboard spending (for things like shore excursions or spa treatments)
Up to $300 airfare credit
Unlimited WiFi (up to $70/day)
Guests booking a Premium Suite have an additional perk option: Windstar’s popular All-In Package, which includes unlimited Wi-Fi access, unlimited laundry service, hotel and beverage gratuities, and the top shelf Captain’s Exclusive Beverage Package featuring all wines by the glass, all beer selections, all mini-bar beverages, and a broad assortment of cocktails (a value of $89 per person, per day).

Plus, guests also receive complimentary wine (up to two bottles per cabin); up to 20 percent savings on Star Collector Voyages (cruises that are 14 days or more); reduced rates for solo travelers; and reduced deposits from $50 per guest. Guests must book by February 28, 2020 to qualify for the Pick Your Perk savings.

Seabourn Cruises also has several great cruise packages which are very enticing. Their Signature Savings Event offers veranda upgrades, air and shipboard credits and in Alaska a free ventures by the Seabourn Zodiac Shore Excursions per guest. This is an excellent offering. They are also offering a 50 percent reduced deposit and for many cabins up to a $1,000 shipboard credit.

Norwegian Cruise Line has a limited time offer of 30 percent off all cruises – fleetwide. Plus balcony cabins receive five additional free offers while oceanview cabins receive two free offers.NCL also has free or reduced airfare on select Hawaii and Asia cruises.

Anne Vipond About Anne Vipond

Anne Vipond is the author of several guidebooks to cruising destinations around the world. She draws on an extensive sailing background to impart her enthusiasm for cruise travel. From her home port of Vancouver, she travels by cruise ship to a wide range of destinations to keep her books current and useful for her cruise readers. Her cruising articles have been published in magazines and newspapers throughout North America and over seas.