Usually, when it’s your birthday, you receive the presents, but Creative Cruising is instead giving the industry the most significant gift of all for their 25th birthday.
Put the birthday cake down and take note, Creative Cruising has officially launched their new booking platform where you can book your clients AIR, LAND & SEA all in one place.
If you missed the presentation on our social channels, check it out here and share in our excitement.
This intelligent technology has allowed partners including Celebrity Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Princess Cruises, MSC Cruises, Collette, Oceania Cruises and Qantas to showcase their products and more in one location.
Making it even easier for agents to make the magic happen.
The interactive platform also allows agents to compare different cruises. For example, you can add up to six cruises into the Cruise comparison tool at the same time. How cool is that?
Finally, agents can review cruises, see itinerary maps, durations, start and end ports, pricing by cabin categories and bonus offers.
“We decided to put together this booking engine and it’s incredible and it’s only just begun. When we get into our white labels, this will help you agents so much”.
Peter Forsyth, General Manager at Creative Cruising
“Agents can now log on and access over 30,000 sailings. You can now add wholesale and retail airfares and we look forward to expanding our hotel portfolio with more to come next year”.
Caroline Hitchen, Head of Marketing & Sales at Creative Cruising
There are now over 45 cruise companies in the platform to choose from including river, expedition cruises, high-end luxury and family brands.
The fun and engaging Creative Cruising team have surprised agents by making the platform so easy and user-friendly. Check it out for yourself along with their BIGGEST ever Giveaway.
Find out more: www.creativecruising.com.au
- READ: AGENTS: Book a Celebrity Cruise with Creative Cruising to win
- READ: Book, deposit and enter to WIN with Creative Cruising
Which cruise do you want to WIN?
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