Seabourn in Travel + Leisure
Publicity Ho! How best to experience the world’s finest ultra-luxury cruise line? Come aboard. Thanks to a late-August trip we arranged for Stephen Drucker, Seabourn was the focus in “Happily Adrift” in the May issue of Travel + Leisure. The three-page love-letter…er, feature story, highlighted the cruise line’s “Route of the Vikings” itinerary, with gorgeous photos of Seabourn Quest and ports of call, plus details of the ship’s “quiet” sense of luxury, Italian styling, and thoughtful crew. Drucker also dedicated space to interesting folks he met onboard and highlighted the line’s new Ventures by Seabourn program of kayak and Zodiac shore excursions offering up close looks at natural and cultural wonders around the world. T+L is a great placement, especially for an article like this, with a circulation of 976,562.
John Hall’s Alaska in Travel Agent
With summer travel season coming up fast, we’re busy spreading word on wonders way up north. As a result of our media relations efforts, John Hall’s Alaska was featured in a three-page round up of Alaska travel options in the April issue of Travel Agent. “Summer in Alaska: As Interest Grows, State Looks to Build on Last Year’s Record-Setting Season,” by Adam Leposa, details how the destination has become more inviting for American travelers due to unfortunate travel incidents abroad. John Hall’s Alaska is featured under “New Land Options,” which notes how the company is expanding certain cruise departures and highlights the National Parks of Alaska tour. The feature also pinpoints a two-day land/seven-day cruise package with Alaskan Dream Cruises. If you’re a travel agent, Travel Agent is the magazine to read, with well-edited coverage of the industry’s most dynamic offerings going out to 50,000 active travel professionals. The article is on pages 22-25 of the digital edition, accessible here.
Chebeague Island Inn on the Real Maine Weddings blog
People get married all the time in Maine, but when the vows go down at Chebeague Island Inn, that’s news. The last-summer nuptials thrown by one very happy couple at the iconic inn on Chebeague Island in Casco Bay were featured in “Maine Wedding – Maggie & Conner – Chebeague Island” on the blog of Real Maine Weddings. The item, posted April 20, included several mentions of the Inn and even more photographs, including one ‘specially nice one of the two love birds relaxing on the porch. Real Maine Weddings is the magazine to read if you’re planning to get hitched in the Pine Tree State, as some 18,400 viewers per month do.