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Princess Cruises updates Down Under agent hub for seamless navigation

Princess Cruises has refreshed its OneSource agent website for Aussie and Kiwi travel professionals with a raft of new features to make it easier for local advisors to find info and manage cruise bookings on the go.

Princess Cruises has refreshed its OneSource agent website for Aussie and Kiwi travel professionals with a raft of new features to make it easier for local advisors to find info and manage cruise bookings on the go.

OneSource has been redesigned to make navigation more seamless with new updates, including the all-new homepage where advisors can see current Princess Cruises campaigns with one-click access to associated marketing collateral, digital assets and fare tables. 

There’s also new learning modules aimed at new-to-industry advisors as part of the certified Training Academy.

In addition, new Princess Plus flyers outline how agents can double their commission with the latest cruise news and information displayed on an easy-to-read banner.

Princess Cruises OneSource agent website homepage.
The all-new OneSource homepage.

Travel advisors can also expect current features, including the ‘Ask Isaac’ chat function that allows agents to speak directly to the reservation team via the home page, along with the POLAR Online booking tool and sales program options.

Princess Cruises Senior Director Sales, Marketing & Customer Service Nick Ferguson said the improved OneSource website is part of the cruise line’s commitment to building and enhancing its relationships with Australian and New Zealand advisors.  

“Our new and refreshed website was thoughtfully designed to make it even easier for Aussie and Kiwi travel agents to engage with Princess Cruises,” he said.

“We have spent many hours developing new features and improving the site’s functionality, and we are excited for our travel agents to experience it.”

Find out about Princess Cruises’ newest ship here.

For more info, head to onesourcecruises.com.au