Avalon launches preview brochure
River specialist Avalon Waterways has launched its 2015 preview brochure, which includes details of its new ships: Avalon Tapestry II and Avalon Tranquillity II – to be delivered in 2015.
The new additions will see the Avalon fleet reach ten ships, with both new vessels operating in France.
It will be the first time the company has used its new ‘Suite Ships’ in the country where it will be conducting voyages on the Seine, Rhone and Saone Rivers.
We believe our combination of great value savings and low deposit offers will ensure our agent partners are able to secure early sales
General Manager UK, Avalon
The new ships have two decks of Avalon’s specially designed Panorama suites – with floor to window ceilings and ‘open air’ balconies.
There will be opportunities for agents to secure early booking offers that could potentially reach as much as £1,400 per couple on bookings made before 23 April 2014, the company says.
There are also £50 Love2shop vouchers available on all bookings made before 16 March 2014 by emailing the booking reference over to: email@example.com.
David Binns Avalon’s UK general manager commented: “Since the UK launch of Avalon almost five years ago, we have seen tremendous growth for our deluxe river cruises with demand particularly strong for the Avalon Suite ships which provide the highest level of service as well as spacious suites with panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows.
“We are delighted to introduce this exclusive concept to the river cruises we offer in France as well as doubling capacity for 2015 to meet demand for both our ‘Paris to Normandy Beaches’ cruise as well as the ‘Burgundy & Provence cruise’.”
He added: “Our packaged cruises with all travel arrangements including flights or train travel and a private door-to-door home pick up service make it an easy product for agents to sell.
“We believe our combination of great value savings and low deposit offers will ensure our agent partners are able to secure early sales.”
To view the preview brochure click here.