Your customers can discover a friendlier way to cruise aboard Saga Sapphire and Saga Pearl II, two small ships offering all the luxuries of classic cruising, but with a modern twist. Exclusively for guests aged 50 and over, they offer a choice of restaurants with flexible dining, grand public rooms and spacious cabins, and a calendar of cruises to Norway, the Baltic, Mediterranean, Canary Islands, Canada and even our own British Isles.
The smaller size of the ships means a more welcoming cruise experience, and with a high 2:3 ratio of crew to passengers, service is first class every step of the way. All cruises begin and end in Dover or Southampton, and a chauffeur to the port is included as standard, for the ultimate in convenience.
And while the ships may be small, the package of inclusions is large. In fact, as well as the chauffeur, every Saga cruise includes all meals and entertainment including speciality dining, wine with lunch and dinner, on-board gratuities, free Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service, optional travel insurance and additional cancellation rights, and more. It’s easy to see why Saga is proving more popular than ever – winning a host of industry awards for best cruise line and value for money.
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The larger of Saga’s two ships has space for 748 guests, and is spacious and contemporary, with a host of fun and quirky features such as a Beach Club and learning Academy. World-class dining is served in the Pole to Pole and Grill restaurants plus a free-to-dine Asian-fusion restaurant, East to West. And with an average size of 220 square feet, the standard cabins are some of the biggest at sea! All Saga cruises include wine with lunch and dinner, transport to the port, gratuities and optional insurance.
Saga’s smaller ship offers a more intimate, yacht-like ambience, with a choice of two fantastic restaurants, relaxed bars, an impressive library and more, for 449 guests. Unlike the superliners offered by many cruise lines, every inch of Saga Pearl II looks like a ‘real’ ship, with a nautical theme throughout and a great selection of cabins, outside deck space and a friendly, sociable atmosphere. All Saga cruises include wine with lunch and dinner, transport to the port, gratuities and optional insurance.