Holidaymakers tempted by a cruise are invited to jump aboard Saga’s new ship Spirit of Discovery for a four-night taster sailing – and if they do not love their first Saga cruise their money will be refunded*.
Former Fleet Street journalist Louise Robinson has been appointed Editor of Saga Magazine. Her appointment comes as the brand is evolving its editorial strategy by developing a multi-channel approach to content and its hugely successful Possibilities membership programme.
Saga has released two new fly-cruise options to tempt guests to explore Canada’s natural beauty this spring. The all-inclusive fly-cruises, with a choice of 15 or 17 nights, sailing on 720-passenger Saga Sapphire, feature an outward or return journey by air via Montreal.
World plant hunter Tom Hart Dyke has made a confession – he has never been to Holland, a country which exports two-thirds of the planet’s flowers and bulbs. Now all that is about to change when Tom joins Saga’s Tulips and Delights of North Holland river cruise on 154-guest Filia Rheni II this spring.
Attention all Shipping at 00.00hrs July 5, 2019: The iconic names broadcast on BBC Radio 4’s British Isles Shipping Forecast will ring out on Saga’s new ship Spirit of Discovery with eight suites named after the areas Bailey, Fair Isle, FitzRoy, Hebrides, Humber, Lundy, Thames and Trafalgar.
Saga has today launched a new advertising creative approach that celebrates the ageless nature of its members and the passions and charisma that define their lives. The new creatives are supported by primetime advertising for the first time.
Cruise along the coast of Alaska, which celebrates 60th anniversary as a US state in 2019, and take a rail journey through the spectacular Canadian Rockies in one thrilling holiday to explore the natural beauty and wildlife of North America.
Saga have today announced the launch of their biggest ever trade incentive, featuring over 80 prizes, including VIP concert tickets such as Spice Girls and Rita Ora, designer handbags, an Apple iPad and iPhone and experience days. They are also giving away spaces on the much anticipated 2-night sailing on Spirit of Discovery in July 2019.
Winemaker Owen Elias, who has won multiple United Kingdom Vineyards Association awards, worked with Saga Cruises’ executive chefs and Britannia Club members* to create the dedicated own label Spirit of Discovery sparkling wine. Elias says it is a ‘delicious sweeter wine with balanced acidity and a delicate mousse’.
The Canary Islands’ extraordinary scenery is not restricted to the landscape – the dramatic rock formations and ancient forests lie beneath clear night skies where the stars complement the lunar-like terrain of the surrounding earth.