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Saga Cruises launches first winter 2025 sailings, extends chauffeur service

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Saga has introduced a new 49-night Caribbean and Central America itinerary
Saga launched its first nine all-inclusive winter 2025 ocean cruises, and will extend its chauffeur service.

Saga revised its return chauffeur service earlier this year, extending it from 250 mi to 300 mi from the departure port. The cruise line has now extended the service further, from 300 mi to nationwide for 2025.

New itineraries

A brand-new 49-night Caribbean and Central America sailing is among the new itineraries. There are three Canary Island cruises – with one going as far as Casablanca – and other itineraries to the Western and Eastern Mediterranean, Norway for the Northern Lights, Portugal and the Azores, and Croatia and the Adriatic. 

‘Like our guests, we’re looking forward to winter 2025 and the opportunity for some warm weather and Northern Lights,’ said Nigel Blanks, CEO of Saga Cruises. 

‘These first nine all-inclusive cruises will visit some of our most popular cruise destinations…we’re also excited to launch one of our longest itineraries to date at 49-nights to the Caribbean islands and Central America, which we believe will prove incredibly popular.’ 

Early booking  

Blanks said the line is offering early bookers the best deals, ‘When we first launch a cruise, we offer up to 35% off so it’s really worth booking early, both for the discounts and to secure any preferred cabins.’ 

The voyages are all-inclusive, comprising the nationwide chauffeur service from home to the ship and back again, Wi-Fi, dining and drinks, and a range of excursions.