The variety of products offered by Tauck allows travel agents to shuffle clients between river, land, and sea adventures, to give them the exact vacations they want.
The cruise operator is taking steps to open up the market to lure in the ocean cruiser who has not yet considered river cruising.
Major cruise operators talk about the 'why' behind their brands and the opportunities for travel agents to grow their cruise business over the next five years.
Along with sailing again to Turkey, the line is upgrading Mariner of the Seas for Millennials and bolstering its Espresso agent reservation system.
Originally designed exclusively for the Millennial market, the new ship has a broader age limit, although the company expects it will still welcome a younger demographic of river cruise passengers.
Video is here to stay and travel agents who embrace it are reaping the rewards.
With down-to-the-studs renovations, the updated vessels will carry fewer passengers along the Rhine, Main, and Danube.
Royal hopes the new feature will help save agents time and give them more control over their bookings.
TMR reports from a 10-day river cruise journey through the remote and historic cities of Eastern Europe aboard the luxuriously appointed S.S. Beatrice.
Offering 10 to 16 percent travel agent commissions, the newest entry into the world of luxury cruising will sail to almost all corners of the world beginning in 2020.