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Paul Gauguin Cruises Introduces New Website

July 22, 2009 By: Brittany Wallace Travel Agent

Paul Gauguin Cruises has revealed an enhanced website, featuring a travel agent center with 24/7 access. The new interface promises to provide more efficient ways for professional travel agents to assist clients in planning a cruise among the islands of Tahiti, French Polynesia and the South Pacific.

“We value travel agents tremendously, and the enhancements to our site are designed to make their jobs easier. We are truly committed to their success,” said David A. Giersdorf, president and CEO of Paul Gauguin Cruises. “The new website is extremely sophisticated and we are confident it will prove to be a quick, easy and convenient tool in handcrafting clients’ dream vacations to one of the most beautiful parts of the globe.”  

Features of the new travel agent center include new online booking where agents can reserve a specific suite/stateroom, and air and/or insurance at any time of day, all without having to pick up the phone. Other enhancements include pre-and post-hotels and excursions and dinner reservations, are forthcoming.

Agents can find marketing tools, availability and pricing and helpful company information on the new website. Travel agents also will be able to see available ongoing promotions, request materials and manage active reservations, all in one location.

Professional travel agents must register to enjoy the benefits of the online travel agent center, and can do so by visiting and registering with an IATA number, at the bottom left-hand corner of the screen.

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