7 Seas Holidays acts as an agent providing holiday inspiration from our third party travel partners ( e.g. flight, hotel and transfers). For flights we act as your agent in processing your booking with the consolidators. Each element of your holiday booking creates a separate contract between you and the supplier of the product.
7Seas Holidays Limited is a company registered in England & Wales, Company Number: 11148635, VAT Number: 293 0627 95
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