‘Why Use a Travel Advisor’ parties give advisors face-to-face time with the line’s sales team and help them reinforce their value with consumers.
The iconic ships will now carry guests in grand style on new voyages to Iceland, the Baltics, and the North Cape.
Accommodating 930 guests, Viking Venus will set sail in Scandinavia and Northern Europe in 2021.
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The vessel takes inspiration from luxury yachts with adventure capabilities, and is designed to broaden ocean cruising for travelers seeking a six-star trip-of-a-lifetime experience.
The cruise line is offering travel agents 20% commission on the Tampa debut sailings.
Odyssey of the Seas, which will debut as the line’s 27th ship, will homeport in Fort Lauderdale starting in November 2020.
All travel advisors can benefit from adding events to their trip-planning services, further expanding their ability to help their clients have unforgettable travel experiences - the kind that they’ll tell their grandkids about some day.
"Most people do want to experience new things. There is a small percentage, maybe 10%-15%, who always want to do the same thing: Either return to the same all-inclusive or take the same cruise line to the same Caribbean islands."
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