SMITHS FALLS, ON — Le Boat has launched its 2023 and 2024 early booking offer with savings worth up to 10% for all bookings made before Nov. 30, 2022.
The houseboat rental company, with operations in Canada and Europe, is seeing soaring demand, says Le Boat marketing manager Lisa McLean.
“We know that 2023 travel is going to be busier than past years,” says McLean.“Le Boat’s website search traffic, sales inquiries and recent increase in advanced bookings for 2023 indicate that people are no longer putting off their dream vacation. They’re booking vacations that are both longer in duration or back-to-back in multiple cruising regions.”
Le Boat continues to invest in future growth, in order to meet the higher demand for international travel in 2023, she adds. The company is expanding its fleet with 11 new Horizon Cruisers, which means more luxury and more availability in Canada, as well as the Canal du Midi, Burgundy, Alsace and Brittany in Europe.
Le Boat is also launching new detailed itineraries for each cruising region, to help clients customize their boating vacations.
For all bookings made before Nov, 30, 2022, Le Boat is offering EBBs with savings up to 10% on private boat rentals in Europe (France, UK, Ireland, Scotland, Germany, Belgium & Amsterdam) and Canada (Rideau Canal in Ontario).
Early booking clients can also save an additional 3% if they pay in full at time of booking, and families can save an additional 5% if travelling with children aged 16 or under.
Le Boat has also launched a new fixed fuel price with its new Extras bundles, to help offset the rising cost of fuel.
Boat rental vacations start at $998 for a one-week cruise in Europe. More information on all Le Boat product is at leboat.com.
To read Travelweek’s May 2022 interview with Le Boat’s Global Sales and Marketing Director, Andrew Le Duc and Lisa McLean, click here.