Norwegian Cruise Line Offers Travel Agents Bonus Commission for San Juan Sailings

by Daniel McCarthy
Norwegian Cruise Line Offers Travel Agents Bonus Commission for San Juan Sailings

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Norwegian Cruise Lines is giving travel agents $50 bonus commission on all new bookings on select San Juan departures.

Norwegian originally offered agents commission on all NCFs, but has changed the offer "As part of our core Partners First philosophy."

Norwegian has altered all Dawn sailings going forward to remove “the most impacted ports of call,” it said. Its first San Juan itinerary will sail on Nov. 12, followed by scheduled itineraries departing Nov. 19, Nov. 26, and Dec. 10

Along with those sailings, any travel agent making a booking on the Dec. 3 seven-day sailing, the Dec. 17 11-day sailing, the Dec. 28 10-day sailing, and the Jan. 7, 2018, 10-day sailing will also get an extra $50.

"We ask for your support in reaffirming San Juan as a beautiful point of embarkation for Norwegian Dawn and the role our guests will play in supporting the local economy," senior vice president of sales Camille Olivere said in a statement.

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