MONTREAL — Transat has announced several additions to its 2018-2019 cruise package program, including over 10 new ships, the cruise line Princess Cruises, and Cartagena as a port of embarkation.
“With the growing popularity of our all-in-one cruise package program, we’re always seeking new partners and specific itineraries to fine-tune our program and please all of our customers, from families with young children to millennials looking for an adventure at sea,” said Annick Guérard, Chief Operating Officer at Transat.
New and popular itineraries:
- There are 46 itineraries included in the program and 16 different ships that sail from seven ports of embarkation.
- With Pullmantur Cruises, Transat has added an all-new itinerary that sails out of Cartagena and visits Costa Rica and Panama.
- Transat will once again offer cruises sailing out of San Juan
- NEW: Guests can now add alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to Transat cruise packages offered by Costa in the Caribbean and Mediterranean, as well as with Pullmantur Cruises.
- Transat will sail the Mediterranean with 16 itineraries and 13 ships.
- In Europe, Transat offers 11 river cruise itineraries with CroisiEurope.
- New European river cruises are ideal for making a cross-Atlantic trip even better, much like an excursion. For example, in Andalusia, Spain and Venice, Italy, clients can extend any itinerary with a cruise lasting from a few days to more than a week.
- With Flight Protection, clients are sure to get to their port in the event of a flight or ship delay.
- Clients can also add a hotel stay to their cruise.
- Under certain conditions, clients can move up their departure date up to 14 days before their cruise, or postpone their return up to 14 days after, at no extra cost.
- Passengers who book a Caribbean or European cruise package also receive additional baggage allowance (an extra 5kg for a total of 28kg).