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August 12, 2009

Save 60% on All 2010 Silversea Cruises

Silversea
Next year, Silversea is offering 60% off every sailing, including ports of call such as Portofino.

by Kathryn Maier on Travel Deals

Daily deals Here's a deal for the record books: Silversea has slashed prices for every single cabin on all of its 2010 sailings. The first guest in a cabin gets 20% off, and the second guest sails for free, which averages out to a 60% discount. In addition, a majority of these sailings include free round-trip economy airfare from 22 cities in the United States and Canada.

"This has never been done before by any luxury cruise line," says Richard Turen, one of the cruise specialists on Wendy's annual list of top travel planners. "This is the largest discount in the entire luxury cruise sector in my memory, because it's for every sailing and all categories."

Condé Nast Traveler approved: Readers have voted Silversea one of the top five small-ship cruise lines for the past several years.

Book by: December 31, 2009. This deal is capacity-controlled, which means that the cruise line may revoke the discount once a certain capacity is reached on a given sailing.

Book through: Richard Turen, who informed us of this deal and who Wendy swears by. Not only does he negotiate extra perks for his clients from the cruise lines, but Perrin Post readers also receive the favored-client benefits of his "Royal Cruising Society."

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