CroisiEurope, OASIS Travel Network Ink Preferred Supplier Agreement

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CroisiEurope has announced that the company is now a preferred supplier of OASIS Travel Network, a division of Palm Coast Travel. Through this partnership, OASIS’ 600+ independent contractor members will receive top commission status on CroisiEurope’s catalog of river, canal and coastal cruises in Europe, Asia, Russia, South America and – coming this December – an African cruise and land safari.

Over the course of 2017, CroisiEurope will add five new ships to its fleet, including the Miguel Torga on the Douro River; the Symphonie II and France Douce II both on the Rhine & Danube Rivers; and the Indochine II on the Mekong. At the end of the year, CroisiEurope will unveil its first ship on Africa’s Chobe and Zambezi Rivers, the African Dream. The nine-day itinerary in Africa will be a combined land and water itinerary, giving guests three nights on board the African Dream, a three-night stay in the company’s first ever ground accommodations, plus time in Johannesburg and an overnight excursion to Victoria Falls.  

CroisiEurope’s cruise itineraries are available to OASIS members through the company's intranet site and on Freedom, OASIS’ proprietary technology platform.

Established in 2009, OASIS Travel Network is a division of Palm Coast Travel in Boca Raton, Florida, which includes and Palm Coast Travel, which was founded in 1987 by Lee Smolinski, CTC. has grown from a two-person, full-service travel agency in Lake Worth, Florida., to a global travel business covering leisure, corporate, online, hosting services, meetings, and travel technology with over 70 full-time employees and 600+ independent contractor members.

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