The price is right

Archer, Jane
August 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);8/7/2009, p33
Trade Publication
The article offers information for travel agents to consider on what to offer clients with different budgets and tastes. P&O Cruises' Ventura from Southampton is ideal for a couple with young children who are not keen on flying. For a honeymoon couple looking for a romantic Caribbean getaway, agents should suggest Windstar's Wind Surf sailing yacht. Swan Helleni'c ship Minerva is ideal for older couple who are more interested in discovering new places than sailing on a swanky ship.


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