Join us for a fantastic lunch on board the Saga Sapphire

Exclusive invitation for Silver Travellers

Saga SapphireTuesday 18 April 2017, Dover
£26 per person including a four course lunch with wine.

This hosted visit is now fully booked. However, other dates are available with a similar itinerary but will not be hosted by Silver Travel Advisor. Visit this page to register for another date.

Would you like to find out more about what it’s like to cruise aboard a friendly, welcoming small ship, and to be hosted by Alan and other members of the team from Silver Travel Advisor.

Dining - Saga SapphireWe have an exclusive invitation for you and up to three guests – to join us for a guided ship tour on board the Saga Sapphire in Dover on 18 April 2017.

As well as the tour, you can look forward to a fabulous four-course lunch with wine, plus special offers off your first Saga cruise.

Drawing room - Saga SapphireCosting just £26 per person, it’s your chance to enjoy a little taste of life on board, and see why Saga are so proud of their small ships. With friendly staff, great facilities and choice of cabins, we’re sure that the moment you step on board, you’ll discover how wonderful Saga cruises are.

Better still, if you go on to book a cruise within three months of your visit*, you’ll be refunded the £26 you paid for lunch too. So what have you got to lose?

Simply email service@silvertraveladvisor with the names of all guests who wish to travel (maximum of 4 per booking) and a contact phone number.

These tours are designed as a taster for those seriously considering a cruise. Places are limited, and we recommend you book as soon as you can.



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Other Members' Thoughts - 5 Comment(s)

  • watchdog23
    5 months ago
    Long way to go to Dover. What about Newcastle or Rosyth ports as well.
  • june
    8 months ago
    I departed from my last comment too suddenly so I will continue. The cabins are brilliant , lots of space and seating even in the lower cabins. But the decor is not to my taste. Too elaborate and definitely too much mirror glass everywhere. I prefer the scandi -type decor of saga 's other ship the Pearl.
    Do go for the lunch if you can. It will be well worth it.
  • june
    8 months ago
    I was on sapphire the first year. It had good and bad . The bad was very bad but the ship was released int service in a rush aftrr strikes at the boat yards with no time for shake down . I am going again but it will be fine this time.
    The good is always good on saga ships. The crew are lovely and will do their upmost for you at all times.
  • Riversiderouge
    about 1 year ago
    There is a huge market of potential customers in the north of the UK. But I suspect not many will spend £100's on accommodation and rail fares and £10 for a lunch on a ship moored up in Southampton or Dover!! Doh!

    Don't forget Northern Ports please!
  • Geoff
    about 1 year ago
    i think this is an interesting idea and actually makes good sense. I haven't done an ocean cruise before and I'd really like to have a good like around the ship before I do.
    I shall book this!