Swan Hellenic announces massive Arctic season sale to celebrate early launch of SH Vega

Swan Hellenic's SH Minerva (Courtesy Helsinki Shipyard & Swan Hellenic - December 2021)Today, Thursday the 5th of May 2022, Swan Hellenic announced that its new 5-star ship SH Vega will launch ahead of schedule in July, departing Helsinki Shipyard immediately to carry the cultural expedition cruise pioneer’s Arctic Summer Season.

Celebrating the elegant ice-class ship’s maiden cruises, Swan Hellenic has launched a special Arctic Summer Season ’22 Sale that makes this remote wilderness more accessible than ever, with reductions of up to 70% off its brochure fares for guests booking before the 20th of June.

Solitary adventurers haven’t been forgotten either, with the iconic company recognising their single-minded desire to explore by waiving the customary single supplement for bookings in the sale period.

Taken together, these substantial savings bring Swan Hellenic’s trade partners outstanding opportunities to boost their business.

The Arctic Summer Season ‘22 Sale prices all already feature on the Swan Hellenic website to heighten interest in this special occasion and support sales. And of course the website also provides full information on the elegant new SH Vega, enabling guests to explore her refined comfort and exceptional amenities together with the wide choice of extraordinary Arctic cultural expedition cruises created.

Ranging from 9 to 20 days, these deeply discounted maiden season cruises are a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore the magic of the Arctic, from the Svalbard Peninsula to Iceland’s landscapes of ice and fire, Greenland’s dramatic majesty, the Northwest Passage and the wilds of Northern Canada.

“We’re excited to launch this special celebration of our new purpose-built ice-class ship, which makes her extraordinary maiden cruises uniquely accessible and irresistible,” explained Swan Hellenic CEO Andrea Zito. “We look forward to boosting our sales partners revenues and spirits in a challenging period, attracting new curious-minded adventurers to experience the Swan Hellenic difference.”

(Swan Hellenic)