Monday April 24, 2017
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Win a European river cruise and gift cards with Globus

The Globus family of brands is giving agents an extra push to sell its suite of tours and river cruises with a new agent contest and client discounts.
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Extraordinary Opportunity savings with Seabourn

Seabourn’s Extraordinary Opportunity Event offers savings on select cruises available for booking through June 13, 2017, for departures June 2017 through May 2018.
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NCL kicks off spring with free amenities and tax-free promo

Spring is off to a sweet start thanks to Norwegian Cruise Line’s ‘Free at Sea’ promotion and ‘Tax-Free Spree’ offer.
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All-black exterior design for The A and The B, U by Uniworld’s 2 ships

Uniworld’s river cruise brand for Millennials is now available to book with the first itineraries sailing in spring 2018.
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Win a European cruise with Transat’s newest agent incentive

Every MSC Meraviglia booking agents make during the month of April with Transat comes with a chance to win a sailing for themselves on the new ship.
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Crystal’s ‘Sell 3,Sail Free’ is back with free cruises for agents

Praising travel agents as some of its “greatest ambassadors”, Crystal Cruises is bringing back its ‘Sell 3, Sail Free’ travel agent promotion.
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Crystal Mozart hosts agents ahead of the start of 2017 sailing season

Crystal treated its most valued travel partners to a series of preview sailings of Crystal Mozart ahead of her first voyage of 2017.
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Tully Luxury Travel implements Traveltek’s cruise & packaging platform

Tully Luxury Travel has officially implemented Traveltek’s Cruise & Dynamic Packaging systems, essentially streamlining the booking process for its global clientele.
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TUI, Scenic and Emerald Waterways join CLIA’s member roster

CLIA has added three cruise lines to its list of Global Cruise Line Members: TUI Cruises, Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours, and Emerald Waterways.
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Norway is building the world’s first ship tunnel

Norway plans to build the world's first tunnel for ships, a 1,700-meter passageway burrowed through a piece of rocky peninsula that will allow vessels to avoid a treacherous part of sea.
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