Seaing is Believing

Even in a time of relative austerity, luxury cruising remains a popular incentive reward. “Companies are still using luxury ships for incentive programs,” says Tanya Barnette, director of charter and incentive sales for Seabourn Cruises. Seabourn's ships are like being in 104-cabin yachts. Every cabin is an outside suite, and wine is served with lunch and dinner. A fresh fruit basket in every cabin is replenished daily, and the pressures of a day at sea can be relieved with complimentary neck

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