Valencia, CA (PRWEB) January 01, 2013
Delta Travel has a new vendor which will provide even more great opportunities to travel the world with style.
Delta Travel Center, located in the heart of the Santa Clarita Valley, is a private, members only travel club where members can book any and all travel at cost, including all cruises. So commissions paid to Delta, are rebated to the member, instantly reducing the cost of the cruise.
Members will also receive discounts on all other cruise lines, hotels, car rentals and even all inclusive resorts all over the world. Members also have the privilege of staying at various timeshare resorts all over the world at discounted prices.
Many cruise lines have stunning vessels that pay homage to the grand era of the ocean liner, while providing state-of-the-art comforts and engaging, Some even have exclusive activities designed to bring families together, whatever the destination.
Staterooms are configured especially for families, with extra storage and most with split bathrooms for making getting ready easier. Youth clubs promise age-appropriate, toddler-themed fun, whether your child is 3 months or 17 years old. Onboard Dining—from elegant restaurants offering a dash of magic to casual, quick-service fare—is sure to satisfy every taste. Entertainment includes original Broadway-style live shows, Character Greetings and the latest movies, some in digital 3-D. Pools are delightfully themed and designed for specific age groups—even adults. Adults can dance or listen to live music at nightclubs and lounges or rejuvenate and beautify thanks to high-end spa and fitness facilities.
With the addition of new ships during the past year and a half, some cruises will begin sailing to such fantasy places as Barcelona, Athens, Venice, Rome, the Greek Isles, and the French Riviera. The vastly widened list of itineraries and ports for 2013 includes an expanded portfolio of European cruises, with new destinations of Venice and the Greek Isles. In addition, for the first time cruise lines will utilize a second port in Florida, Miami, for Caribbean sailings.