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ALHI Launches Ocean Line Specialty Segment

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Associated Luxury Hotels International (ALHI) has added seven luxury cruise ships to its portfolio of four- and five-diamond hotels and resorts worldwide. The ships are available for programs originating from US gateways and global ports for “complete and private ‘custom voyages’, and for integrated meeting and incentive programs of all types.”

Drawn from Prestige Cruise Holdings, parent company of  Oceania Cruise Lines and Regent Seven Seas Line, ALHI’s “Ocean Line” consists of:

  • Oceania’s award-winning Regatta and Nautica ships, which each feature 335 suites and staterooms and can accommodate up to 670 guests
  • Oceania’s  new Marina and Riviera ships, which each feature 625 suites and staterooms, and can accommodate up to 1,250 guests
  • Regent Seven Seas’ Voyager, featuring 349 balcony suites and able to accommodate up to 698 guests
  • Regent Seven Seas’ Mariner, also offering 349 balcony suites (698 guests)
  • Regent Seven Seas’ Navigator, which has 246 ocean-view suites and can accommodate 496 guests

ALHI’s sales force will provide authorized and dedicated GSO services and sales support to organizations interested in conducting meetings and/or incentive/recognition programs on the ships, all of which have ample meeting and function spaces.

Options available include:

  • Full buyout (groups that charter a ship for a “custom voyage” 18 to 24 months in advance, may have ability to choose their port of departure, duration and desired destinations)
  • Groups of 10 or more

“We’re adding this new ‘Ocean Line’ specialty segment,” said David Gabri, president and CEO of ALHI, “to respond to demand by the accounts we serve and to provide yet greater global options to accommodate planners’ inquiries and needs. This new specialty segment can best be described as ‘Luxury Meetings & Incentives with Distinctive Ports of Call’.”

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